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Title: The efficacy of different methods of preparation of ultra high dilutions of gibberellic acid on the synthesis of alpha-amylase in de- embryonated endosperm halves of barley seed
Authors: Balding, Tamara Jane
Issue Date: 2002
The mode of action of homoeopathic remedies is not well understood and is questioned by the scientific community due to the high degree of dilution of such remedies. The method by which remedies are produced is thought to instill the efficacy into these remedies. This research examines whether effective homoeopathic remedies may be prepared by electromagnetic induction, by serial dilution alone, or by conventional Hahnemannian production, which includes succussion. These methods were investigated in terms of the ability of dilutions of gibberellic acid, prepared by the above methods, to induce production of a-amylase by de-embryonated endosperm halves of barley seed.
Dissertation submitted in partial compliance with the requirements for the Master's Degree in Technology: Homoeopathy, Technikon Natal, Durban, South Africa, 2002.
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