potentization


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potentization

/po·ten·ti·za·tion/ (po-ten″tĭ-za´shun) in homeopathy, the process of making a remedy more potent by serial dilution (even to extent that it is unlikely to contain a single molecule of the original substance) and succussion.

Potentization

The process of increasing the power of homeopathic preparations by successive dilutions and succussions of a mother tincture.

potentization,

n in homeopathy, the progressive process of diluting and succusing the remedy.
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A scientific approach to homeopathy with special reference to potentization.