Comment: The memory effect of water has long been established in medical practice. Two hundred years ago, the German scientist Samuel Hahnemann developed a method of treatment, which he called homeopathy. By dissolving or diluting drugs in ever smaller concentrations in a neutral solution, Hahnemann discovered that not only did the effects remain, they were actually increased.
My Response: But this does not only apply to water because dilution can also be done in alcohol and in other liquids. The main thing is the dilution, which brings it to a number higher than the Avogadro number, a state when there is practically no atomic state of matter left and only some information remains. This information is introduced into the body and heals it. This is the principle on which homeopathy is based.
All homeopathic remedies are built on the similarity of the property that exists in other living objects. From inanimate, vegetative, or animal nature, it is precisely internal information that is extracted, introduced into a sick organism, and helps to heal it.
But this is not water. Water, like the Hahnemann effect, is a carrier of information.
From KabTV’s “Close-Up. The Secret of Life” 7/13/11