potentize

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potentize

(ˈpəʊtənˌtaɪz) or

potentise

vb (tr)
to make more potent, esp. a drug
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The patients were randomly divided into two groups to receive homoeopathically potentised Ignatia 30C or placebo.
Malaria officinalis/Malaria Co Nosode is not a discharge but is called vegetable nosode as it is swamp mire that has been potentised.
On a visit to Oman, as part of his tour to the Middle East and European countries to familiarise people with the products he has developed, Dr Waris explained that the potentised homoeopathic medicines are used as active ingredients in these natural pesticides.
This University of Texas study was done to determine the in-vitro cytotoxic effects of homeopathically potentised Carcinosin 30C, Conium 3C, Phytolacca 200C, Thuja 30C, and succussed and unsuccussed negative solvent controls on MCF-7 and MDA-MB-231 human breast adenocarcinoma cell lines in tissue culture and a normal human cell line in tissue culture.
is the most commonly prescribed potentised medicine for patients by all natural medicine practitioners.
Epub ahead of print] This blinded Italian study was designed to determine what effects, if any, homeopathically potentised (5C, 7C and 30C) Gelsemium sempervirens has on certain behavioral parameters in mice.
The Faculty of Medicine at the University of Helsinki was the setting for this trial, which involved an investigation of the anti-osteoarthritic capacity of Zeel, a combination of homoepathically potentised ingredients.
Reduction of alcohol induced sleep time in Albino mice by potentised Nux Vomica prepared with 90% ethanol.
Researchers working in Austria conducted this study to determine the effects of thyroxine, homoeopathically potentised to 11X and 21X, on the metamorphosis rates of highland frogs (Rana temporaria) when compared to controls.
The ability of the homoeopathic remedies to ameliorate the cancers was compared to the effects of potentised alcohol over the same period.