Does homeopathy falls under the ambit of nanomedicine?
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For any medicine to be called a nanomedicine, the quantity of medicine should be measurable.
The presence of an active ingredient upto 200c potency can be tested using Transmission Electron Microscopy, electron diffraction and Inductively-coupled Plasma-atomic Emission Spectroscopy as shown in the 2010 paper.
While testing, nanograms of fine nano-particles (5-15 nanometer size) were found in 200c potency. That means potencies upto 200c can be measured for its active ingredients including nanoparticles. But what about potencies greater than 200c. Do they fall under the ambit of nanomedicine?
My book 'MY ORGANON OF NONO MEDICINE' has already published at Delhi in 2010. It was a practical salute to the Master on the occasion of completion of 200 year of his 1st edition of organon.