Homeopathy was more prominent flourished in the 19th century than the consecutive years. Although nowadays the contemporary treatment seems to have taken homeopathy’s popularity, there many people who still believe in the power of homeopathy, particularly in Netherlands, France, Germany as well as England. In fact, quite a significant number of physicians in France and England integrate some homeopathic elements their healthcare service delivery or even ask their patients to seek further treatment from homeopaths. In addition to England and France, some other world countries also incorporate homeopathy into their health care systems.
Homeopathic medicine preparation process
A homeopathic drug normally comes as a tiny lactose or sucrose pill or tablet. The drug can also be in the form of a formulation. Any substance, for instance a plant, animal, or mineral, can turn out to be an effective homeopathic medicine. Only small amounts of substances are used in the preparation of the medicines, which is done under strict specialist laboratory conditions. Here’s a basic procedure that is normally used to prepare homeopathic drugs:
- A mixture of one unit of the original substance and 99 units of the neutral substance is made.
- In addition to dilution, the mixture of the original substance and the neutral substance is shaken vigorously.
- The mixture derived from step two is labeled ‘first centesimal potency’ or (1C)
- A mixture of a single part of the IC mixture and 99 units of a neutral substance is made and shaken vigorously ( a process referred to as succussion). This mixture is labeled ‘second centesimal potency’ or ‘(2C)’
- The serial dilution and succussion are done again and again until the desired potency is achieved. 6C, 12C, 30C, 200C, and 1000C are the most desired potencies.