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Further Biological Effects Induced by Ultra High Dilutions. Inhibition by a Magnetic Field

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Summary

Several studies on biological effects of agitated highly diluted substances 1. on cell-lines, 2. on isolated hearts and 3. on mice in vivo are presented. In these studies, statistically significant differences have been observed between the effects of the respective test substances and those of their controls, that is, the dilution buffer in analogous preparation.

It was shown that treatment with a magnetic field suppressed the effect of an agitated high dilution. A mechanism is discussed for the transmission of information from the molecular mother substance, including intermolecular communication by oscillating electromagnetic fields and perimolecular coherent water separated from the substance molecule during the process of agitation.

Keywords

Coronary Flow High Dilution Mouse Peritoneal Macrophage Basophil Degranulation Analogous Preparation 
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Zusammenfassung

Es werden verschiedene Studien zur Wirkung verschüttelter hochverdünnter Substanzen auf 1. Zellkulturen, 2. isolierte Herzen und 3. Mäuse in vivo vorgestellt. In diesen Studien wurden signifikante Unterschiede zwischen den Wirkungen der einzelnen Testsubstanzen und der Wirkung ihrer Kontrollen, nämlich Verdünnungsbuffer in analoger Zubereitung, festgestellt. Es wurde gezeigt, daß die Behandlung mit einem Magnetfeld die Wirkung einer verschüttelten Hochverdünnung aufhob. Ein Mechanismus der Informationsübertragung von der molekularen Ausgangssubstanz wird diskutiert, der intermolekulare Kommunikation durch elektromagnetische Felder und perimolekulares kohärentes Wasser, das während des Verschüttelungsprozesses von dem Substanzmolekül getrennt wird, einschließt.

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