26 May 2019 (online)
Will ‘Released-Activity Phenomenon’ Explain Homoeopathic Dilutions?
21 February 2019: An international conference was held in European Parliament on ‘Released-activity phenomenon: application prospective in medicine and technology’. Russian scientist, Prof. Epstein Oleg (Institute of General Pathology and Pathophysiology, Russia), and scientists from France, UK, USA, Norway and Russia together investigated the phenomenon of ‘released-activity’ and discussed its application at the conference. The released-activity phenomenon is an example of effective international cooperation and effective interaction of scientists from Europe and Russia.
Released-activity is a combination of new properties formed in the solvent during its technological processing, that is, successive dilutions of the original substance accompanied by an external effect. This modifying effect on the physical and chemical characteristics of original substance (spatial structure) has a practical application for enhancing the properties of various materials or to modify the biological activity of regulatory molecules. Apart from pharmaceuticals, this phenomenon can also be applied in agriculture, energy industry, bionics and materials engineering.
The mechanisms of action, pharmacological activity and safety of new ‘released-active’ drugs have been investigated in the studies involving animal experiments as well. The proposed approach can expand the list of indications for use of drugs.
The other scientists involved were Prof. Epstein Oleg (Institute of General Pathology and Pathophysiology, Russia), Prof. Portha Bernard (University Paris Diderot, France), Prof. Klein-Seetharaman Judith (Colorado School of Mines, USA), Prof. Agmo Anders (University of Tromsø—The Arctic University of Norway, Norway), Prof. Chermann Jean-Claude (France), Prof. Johnston Sebastian (Imperial College, UK), Prof. Geppe Natalia (First Moscow State Medical University of the Ministry of Health of Russia, Russia), Prof. Pushkar Dmitry (Moscow State University of Medicine and Dentistry, Russia), Prof. Mkrtumyan Ashot (Moscow State University of Medicine and Dentistry, Russia).