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Homeopathic complex inhibits melanoma growth in vivo
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January 23, 2014
11:27 am
Thierry Clerc
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Another positive medical research for homeopathy was reported by the Complementary Medical Association.
They used a combination of homeopathic remedies, which they call ultra-dilution and low-dilution (the fancy name in medical research for homeopathically-prepared remedies).

M-1 composition is based on the following natural matrixes in Hahnemann decimal dilutions (dH) [4]: Aconitum napellus (20dH), Arsenicum album (18dH), Asa foetida (20dH), Calcarea carbonica (16dH), Chelidonium majus (20dH), Cinnamon (20dH), Conium maculatum (17dH), Echinacea purpurea (20dH), Gelsemium sempervirens (20dH), Ipecacuanha (13dH), Phosphorus (20dH), Rhus toxicodendron (17dH), Silicea (20dH), Sulphur (24dH), and Thuja occidentalis (19dH).

B16-F10 cells were subcutaneously injected on dorsal flank of C57BL/6 mice. After 24 hours of B16-F10 injection, M-1 treatment was administered for a period of 10 minutes with a modified inhalation chamber. Subsequent treatments occurred twice a day for 14 days.

In summary, treatment with the highly diluted natural complex M-1 resulted in decrease in tumor size and weight. It is important to notice M-1 in vivo anticancer action, but more interesting is the first demonstration of a non-invasive route of therapy for cancer: the inhalation. Despite the promise of these series of experiments, further investigation on M-1 mechanism of action and its biochemical properties is necessary to develop more efficient therapies.


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January 8, 2015
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very informative post! thank you for sharing this and for the link you provided for :)

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