On Posology of Molecular Imprinted Drugs

Some friends ask me to explain my views on posology of molecular imprinted drugs.

While trying to answer this question, we have to remember that the issue of posology has to consider three aspects:

1. Minimum quantity of drug needed to be given per dose to produce a therapeutic action,

2. Maximum quantity of the drug that could be administered as a dose to ensure that there is no bad effects,

3. Most appropriate frequency of administration or repetition of doses.

Regarding the first question, it is difficult to define exactly what is the minimum quantity of molecular imprinted drug to produce therapeutic effect. To do that, we have to know the exact number of biological molecules affected, as well as the exact number of molecular imprints contained in a given measure molecular imprinted drugs. Both are impossible in the present stage of technology available to us.

Size of a molecular imprint will vary depending upon the size of drug molecule used for molecular imprinting, which in turn determine the number of molecular imprints contained. It is not practical to count these numbers. On the other side, it is also not practical to determine the biological molecules inhibited. Only thing we can do is to determine the minimum dose of drugs through experimenting in real situations.

We should remember, according to avogadro, number of water molecules in 18ml of water will be 6.022140857 × 1023. From this, we can calculate the number of water molecules in 1ml. 1ml contains 15 drops. It is not difficult to understand that the number of water molecules contained in even 1 drop of water so huge for calculation. Same way we can calculate the number of alcohol molecules in 1 drop of alcohol.

Overall, it is obvious that one drop or even a fraction of molecular imprinted drugs will contain millions of molecular imprints. As such, we need not worry much about the minimum quantity of molecular imprinted drugs to be used for therapeutic purpose. It may be as small as we can handle. Normally I prefer one drop for one dose.

Regarding the second question, MIT says that molecular imprints cannot do any harm upon biological system. As such, we need not worry at all about the maximum quantity administered as a dose.

Regarding third question, we have to be aware of the possible changes molecular imprints may undergo once introduced in the body.

Molecular imprints could be antidoted by any chemical molecule having conformations affinity. As such, the drugs we consume may get easily antidoted and deactivated by various chemical molecules entering our body through food, inhalation, drinks and many other ways.

Hence we have to repeat the doses in frequent intervals to ensure adequate quantity of molecular imprints to ensure full and lasting therapeutic effect.

Author: Chandran Nambiar K C

I started practicing homeopathy in 1970, when I was 20 years old and studying for final year of BSc (Zoology) course. My interest in homeopathy happened very accidentally, through a constant relationship with a local practitioner who happened to be father of my classmate. I was a regular visitor in his clinic, where from I started reading BOERICKE MATERIA MEDICA and other homeopathic books, which helped me to cure myself my troublesome asthma that have been haunting me since my childhood days. I became a voracious reader of homeopathy. I was also deeply involved in studying marxism and dialectical materialism during my college days, which attracted me to political activities. MARXISM and HOMEOPATHY became two essential parts of my intellectual and practical life, which still continues so. Even though I joined DHMS course in a karnataka homeopathic college, I could not continue it due to my intense involvement in revolutionary political activities that resulted in jail life and a lot of criminal cases. Once that phase was over, I took a diploma in veterinary science and became a livestock inspector in animal husbandry department under govt of kerala. I have been continuing my study and practice of homeopathy all through these years. Since CCH act came into force only in 1976, and it contained provisions allowing existing practitioners to continue, my homeopathic practice went smoothly in parallel with my government job. In 1987, co-operating with some local homeopaths and social activists, I started Kannur District Homeopathic Hospital Sociey, which established a chain of hospitals and homeopathic clinics in different parts of Kannur district. After a few years I had to leave the society for some political reasons, and I established a 100 bedded well equipped homeopathic hospital in Taliparamba, employing a number of prominent homeopaths. That was ended up as a financial disaster for me due to many reasons, including my lack of skills as a money manager, and I was compelled to close down my dream project with in a short period. I lost huge money I invested, lost my reputation, and it pulled me into a debt trap. I learned a lot of valuabl lessons from this failure- about life, human psychology, relationships, and above all, about myself. I realized failure is the greatest teacher, if you are prepared learn from it. I learned how will power and determination to win will help us come back into life as a phoenix from our own ashes. I learned, one does not fail unless he stops fighting and accepts failure. My failure and the hardships that followed has moulded my personality in such a way that I can now withstand any disaster and fight back. I tell you, you will not know what life really is, unless you miserably fail at least once in your life. By this time, I left my government job also, and settled as a full time homeopathic practitioner. By this practice, I could repair my earlier financial losses, and establish well in life. It was during this period that I felt the need of developing a simple and user-friendly homeopathic software, that resulted in the evolution of SIMILIMUM, which was later upgraded into SIMILIMUM ULTRA. Similimum Ultra was well accepted by the profession, and it collected good revenues which continues even today. I stopped my practice a few years back , and concentrated in the study and research activities to evolve scientifically viable explanations to the so-called riddles of homeopathy. This unrelenting study resulted in MIT or Molecular Imprints Therapeutics, which provides a scientific and rational explanation for homeopathy. I started a homeopathic discussion group on facebook called HOMEOPATHY FOR TOTAL CURE, which has more than 35000 homeopaths as members. By this work on facebook, I could establish close relationship with many homeopaths around the world. It goes on. I could successfully convert facebook as my office and work place, from where I propagate my MIT ideas, co-ordinate my works for homeopathic community, and sell my Similimum Ultra Software. My years of hardwork in search of HOW HOMEOPATHY WORKS ultimately resulted in the publication of a book titled REDEFINING HOMEOPATHY (3000 pages, 3 volumes, hard bound, Rs 6000), in which I have compiled my articles regarding my scientific explanations of basic principles of homeopathy. These ideas are called MIT or MOLECULAR IMPRINTS THERAPEUTICS. MIT is now included in the syllabus of MD (HOM) course of prestigious DY PATIL DEEMED UNIVERSITY, PUNE, INDIA. Research department of SARADA KRISHNA HOMEOPATHIC COLLEGE, Kulashekharam, Tamilnadu, India, the only NAC accredited homeopathy college in India, has recently taken up certain reserch projects for proving the scientific explanations proposed by MIT. Based on MIT perspective of homeopathy, I had developed an MIT PROTOCOL for scientific homeopathy, and initiated a project for establishing a chain of MIT NETWORK CLINICS all over India, where MIT PROTOCOL will be practiced. More over, I have developed a whole range of 351 MIT FORMULATIONS, which are disease-specific combinations of post-avogadro diluted homeopathy drugs. NOW I AM IN 71st YEAR OF MY LIFE, AND STILL LOOKING FOR NEW HORRIZONS!

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