Homeopathy 2005; 94(01): 44-48
DOI: 10.1016/j.homp.2004.10.001
Education and Debate
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Models for explaining the homeopathic healing process: a historical and critical account of principles central to homeopathy

G. Guajardo
1  Av. Larroque 1709, Col Nueva, Mexicali BC. Mexico cp 21100
J. Wilson
2  536 Brotherton Road, Escondido, CA 92025-6454, USA
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Publication History

Received09 July 2003
revised30 June 2004

accepted11 October 2004

Publication Date:
13 December 2017 (online)


The success of Homeopathy in curing many diseases has been a serious challenge to science. Nineteenth century explanations for the healing process of Homeopathy cannot withstand the scrutiny of modern science and need to be abandoned or modified. The surviving propositions are discussed. A biocybernetic model with multilevels of electromagnetic feedback loops offers a hope of explaining the healing process. This model, its explanation of the healing process and experimental support are elaborated.