REDEFINING HOMEOPATHY

Chandran K C Explains Homeopathy As Molecular Imprints Therapeutics (MIT)

Similimum Means Matching Of Functional Group Conformations- Not Matching Of ‘Personalities’


If you ask different homeopaths to prescribe for a SINGLE patient, they will make DIFFERENT prescriptions, and in most cases, they get desired results also. How would we explain this common experience?

Most people consider this as showing the weakness of homeopathy. Once you understand the molecular mechanism involved in pathology, ‘similia similibus curentur and potentization as explained by MIT, you would realize that it expresses the strength of homeopathy.

We have been taught to believe that finding similimum is a process of matching ‘personality of patients’ with ‘personality of drugs’, and that a patient will have only ONE similimum that exactly fits to his ‘personality’. The concept of ‘constitutional prescriptions’ is based on this idea. As per this concept, if the ‘personality’ of a patient is CALC, any disease he suffer from will be cured by CALC. Any drug, other than CALC will be an WRONG prescription.

MIT teaches us to perceive drug substances in terms of constituent molecules and their functional groups. Crude drug substances act up on our organism not by their ‘drug personality’, but by binding their INDIVIDUAL constituent molecules to different biological molecules so as to produce molecular inhibitions, which amount to pathology. Exactly, it is the FUNCTIONAL GROUPS or MOIETIES of individual drug molecules that binds to specific functional sites of biological molecules.

During potentization, it is not the ‘drug personality’ that is ‘imprinted’, but the INDIVIDUAL drug molecules. Potentized drugs contains MOLECULAR IMPRINTS, which are three-dimensional negative copies of drug molecules or functional groups formed as ‘depressions’ in water-alcohol matrix. A molecular imprint act as ARTIFICIAL BINDING SITE for ANY molecule that has functional groups similar to the drug molecule imprinted to it, due to complementary conformation. A sample of potentized drug will be containing diverse types of molecular imprints representing diverse types of consituent molecules and functional groups, each of which can INDIVIDUALLY act as therapeutic agents. That means, potentized drug is not SINGLE, but a mixture of many different molecular imprints that act independently.

DISEASE also should be understood as MOLECULAR ERRORS happened in one or biochemical pathways, due to binding of exogenous or endogenous pathogenic molecules on essential biological molecules which result in PROTEIN DEFORMATIONS. CURE is the removal of these molecular inhibitions by using appropriate means.

Once we perceive diseases in terms of molecular level errors and biomolecular inhibitions, we would realize that a patient coming to us will be suffering from diverse types of entirely different molecular inhibitions, caused by entirely different pathogenic molecules. Such different molecular errors will be expressed through DIFFERENT groups of subjective and objective symptoms. Each different molecular inhibition may need different molecular imprints that fits well to the specific molecular conformation of particular pathogenic molecule.

It is obvious that DISEASE is not SINGLE, DRUGS are not SINGLE.

Since it is the SIMILARITY of conformation of pathogenic molecules and conformation of functional groups of individual drug molecules that decide SIMILIMUM, a SINGLE patient could be cured by entirely DIFFERENT DRUGS, if they contain molecular imprints of similar functional groups.

That means, ALL symptoms of a DRUG substance NEED NOT necessarily match to ALL symptoms of a particular patient to cure a particular disease. If the selected drug contains the particular molecular imprint required for removing a particular molecular inhibition by conformational similarity, it will cure. No need of worrying about MATCHING of the entire DRUG PERSONALITY and PATIENT PERSONALITY.

According to my view, this FLEXIBILITY of prescriptions shows the STRENGTH of homeopathy.

I hope this explanation will resolve the confusions over the experience that different homeopaths prescribe different drugs for a single patient, all of them getting desired positive result.

3 Comments

  1. Kamran Jalali

    Dear Chandran, I admire your attempts to explain the therapeutic effect of homeopathic remedy at molecular level. It is necessary point that we need to know, but I think there is a common misconception for interpretation of the fundamental law in homeopathy. If somebody asks that are different homeopathic remedies effective for a single individual disease? our answer would be yes and your explanation is entirely helpful and logical. But when we asked to answer the question from philosophical and logical concepts and also when we have to consider the results of interaction of similar and dissimilar diseases when meet together in one patient (I mean natural disease and artificial disease) our answer is not satisfying. I mean the answer should cover the philosophical and logical aspects of the law of similarity. In this case, when we talk about ideal medicine, ideal remedy, ideal therapeutic answer the remarkable controversy take place, otherwise I agree that  in comparison with conventional medicine this fact that a patient finally will be treated by different remedies, different approaches and diagnostic manners should not be considered as a weak point of homeopathy. For instance, if  we have at most 5 effective drug groups for managing of PSORIASIS in conventional medicine,  we have at least 50 effective remedies in homeopathy that finally will manage a PSORIATIC case even better than allopathic drugs.

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  2. Kamran Jalali

    Dear Chandran, I’m bringing up a new website under the title of SUPRAMOLECULAR MEDICINE that in which homeopathy is the core and I’d like to cite your articles as  scientific explanation on mechanism of homeopathy. I hope your magnanimous work in homeopathy upgrade the reputation of homeopathy all around the world. Let me know your comment. Regards, Kamran Jalali, M.D., Ph.D.

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    • Chandran K C

      Sir, you can use any of my articles as you wish. I consider it as an honor

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