Many friends were repeatedly asking me to explain LM potencies from Molecular Imprints perspective. I wanted to do some experiments on it myself, and watch the clinical outcomes, before answering those queries. Now, I am ready with my tentative explanations.
The LM potency is first made from the 3c trituration (1:100x100x100). Next 1 grain of this trituration is placed into 500 drops to make the LM/0 solution (1 to 501 ratio). Then 1 drop is taken from the LM/0 solution and added to 100 drops of dilute and succussed 100 times. This makes the LM 0/1 potency, the first degree of the LM pharmacy (100x100x100x500x100x500 = LM 0/1). LM potencies are succussed more, where as thee C’s of the 5th Organon (1833) were made with 10 succussions by hand although many modern potencies are made with 10 to 40 or more succussions by machine.
Normally, the LM pharmaceutical solution is then used to moisten 500 tiny poppy seed size pellets. One pellet of the LM 0/1 is further diluted in a minimum of 3 & 1/2 oz to make the medicinal solution. After succussions 1, 2 or 3 teaspoons are taken from the medicinal solution and further diluted in a dilution glass of water. From this dilution glass 1, 2, 3 teaspoons are given to the patient as a dose. The final liquid dose has been diluted through two more stages than the dry dose. The final amount of original substance given to the patient is more diluted than the dry pill since it has been dissolved in the medicinal solution and stirred into a dilution glass. This final amount of original substance in the teaspoon of solution given to the patient has yet to be calculated in the equation.
According to MIT perspective, active principles of potentized drugs are Molecular Imprints of drug molecules. As such, medicinal quality of a potentized preparation is determined by concentration of molecular imprints, as well as absence of original drug molecules. It happens once the dilution just crosses avogadro number.
Centesimal potencies are made by serially diluting and succussing at a ratio of 1: 100. It will cross Avogadro limit by 12c. When considered in terms of exact dilution and the amount of original medicinal substances, LM 0/1 is almost equivalent to 6c. DILUTION WILL CROSS AVOGADRO LIMIT BETWEEN LM 0/5 AND LM 0/6, which is approximately EQUIVALENT TO 12 C.
That means, LM potencies 0/5 and 0/6 we normally use actually come around 12c, which is just above Avogadro limit. LM potencies belonging to this range will not contain any drug molecules, but will be saturated with Molecular Imprints.
From MIT perspective, LM potencies if prepared correctly and used without further diluting, will be therapeutically more useful than 30c, 200c or higher, since LM potencies will be having more concentration of Molecular Imprints. High centesimal potencies will have very low concentration of Molecular Imprints, which are the active principles of potentized drugs.
In my opinion, it will be ideal to use LM 0/5 or 0/6 as liquid added to some water, or added to sugar pills, without diluting further as done by most LM users. In my experiments with LM, I have found this method more effective. In centesimal scale, ideal potency is 12c.