Trituration plays a part in the development of physicochemical properties specific to homoeopathic m...

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SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH: Trituration plays a part in the development of physicochemical properties specific to homoeopathic medicines. The higher the level of trituration, the more pronounced is the alteration of the physical structure of the active ingredient. The study concludes that 4cH potencies are physicochemically distinct from 3cH-derived potencies (as currently employed)

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