One of the most challenging concepts in integrative healthcare is the principle of potentization that is central to homeopathic dilution. This principle, first suggested by Hahnemann, was an effort to explain why different dilutions of a remedy elicit such different responses in people who use them.
The best way to understand how dilute remedies can have novel effects is to think in terms of vibrational information stored in the complex structures created by water clusters. With every dilution, lower concentrations of solutes alter the interference patterns created by these water clusters, while preserving the information contained in their structures.
While our vials cannot be reliably assigned a specific homeopathic potency, the multiplier kit can be paired with any other kit to deliver a more frequency-specific treatment. Each stressor is likely to resonate best at a specific frequency, so it makes sense to use one or more multiplier vials with each individual stressor vial.
This Thanksgiving weekend, we wish you and your loved ones health and happiness, multiplied over many years.
The Ergo Team
The early work in psychoneuroimmunology by American molecular biologist Candace Pert (1946-2013) brought specific attention to the role of neuropeptides, created by brain neurons, and their receptors throughout the body. As a graduate student, Pert discovered opiate receptors in the brain. She completed a PhD in Pharmacology in 1974.
In her 1997 book, Molecules of Emotion: Why you feel the way you feel, Pert posited that neuropeptides like endorphins actually connect emotions in a constant and flowing brain-mind-body bidirectional information network.
Water is universal to life. Not just as a liquid needed for hydration, but as an essential player in every interaction between molecules and a carrier of information. As one of the fundamental principles of vibrational medicine, water’s ability to form complex structures explains many of these phenomena, many of which are still new to science. We hope that our structured water series will help practitioners to better understand the science and magic of water.
Biochemist Albert Szent-Györgyi (1893-1986) explored the bioenergetic role of water in the human body with a special interest in the working of muscles. In “Water Structure and Bioenergetics” written in the 1950s, Szent-Györgyi explains some of these cellular mechanics including the relationship of ions and ATP in the contraction of muscle fibers ...