Can We Protect Ourselves Against Diseases Using Molecular Imprints Of Biological Molecules?

It would be a great breakthrough in healthcare sciences, if molecular imprints of native biological molecules could be used to protect our organism against the attacks of pathogenic molecules.

Since most of the diseases are caused by pathological inhibitions of complex biological molecules by binding of exogenous or endogenous foreign molecules, it should be possible to protect our organism from damages if we could find a way to prevent such molecular inhibitions.

We should remember, molecular imprints can act as ‘artificial binding sites’ for molecules having complementary configuration. That means, molecular imprints of biological molecules can act as ‘artificial binding sites’ for those biological molecules which were used as templates for preparing molecular imprints. Molecular imprints will there by act as a protective barrier against the pathogenic molecules trying to bind to biological molecules. Same time, since molecular imprints cannot prevent the normal biochemical interactions between biological molecules and their natural ligands, there will not be any hindrance to normal biological processes.

We can prepare molecular imprints ff DNA, RNA, PROTEINS and other biological molecules by potentizing them, and these molecular imprints could be used to protect the organism from a wide range of diseases. Using his technology, we can prevent cancers, age-related diseases, oxidative damages etc etc.

I think this idea has to be worked up on in more details. It will lead us to a new world of homeo-prophylaxis and overall health management.

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