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Homeopathy

 

Some homeopaths also use techniques that are regarded by other practitioners as controversial. These include paper remedies, where the substance and dilution are written on a piece of paper and either pinned to the patient's clothing, put in their pocket, or placed under a glass of water that is then given to the patient, as well as the use of radionics to prepare remedies.
 
"Homeopathy for Farm and Garden"
Kaviraj has discovered that plants respond to homeopathy just like people.  This is the cutting edge of new agriculture, and is likely to be our only means of assuring a clean, organic food supply in the future

 

Homeopathy From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Homeopathy

 

X Scale, D Scale
C Scale
Ratio
Note
Ø
Ø
1:1
mother tincture[67] (undiluted)
1X, D1
1:10
described as low potency
2X, D2
1C
1:100
called higher potency than 1X by homeopaths
6X, D6
3C
10−6
8X, D8
4C
10−8
allowable concentration of arsenic in U.S. drinking water[68]
12X, D12
6C
10−12
24X, D24
12C
10−24
60X, D60
30C
10−60
Dilution advocated by Hahnemann for most purposes;[63] patient would need to consume 1041 pills (a billion times the mass of the Earth), or 1034 gallons of liquid remedy (10 billion times the volume of the Earth) to consume a single molecule of the original substance[69] Moreover, since even in a 15C solution there would very likely be no molecules of the original substance left, the 30C solution would probably contain no molecules of water that had come into contact with the original substance.
400X, D400
200C
10−400
Dilution of popular homeopathic flu remedy Oscillococcinum
Note: the "X scale" is also called "D scale". 1X = D1, 2X = D2, etc.