Memory of water (cont'd...)
Application in pharmacy
Water memory is not yet a proven theory, however if it is proven then it could be a very much effective tool for the treatment of complement disease including other disease depending on the dilution theory, which explain that dilution of a solution does not only contain the history of previous solution rather it amplify the effect of solution.
There are a number of mechanisms for water to possess a 'memory'. The specific mechanisms for the theory are remaining material on surfaces Silicates, aerosol material reintroduced, bacterial material introduced, imprinted silicates and remaining particle clusters. There are few non specific mechanisms which also can clarify the theory include silicates, dissolved and particular nanobubbles and their material surfaces redox molecules produced from water, natural water clustering, stabilized water clustering ions, including from glassware, ethanol solution complexity and others. But some challenging opinions also exist. The instability of hydrogen bonding of clusters is incapable to prove the theory. Further it can not give the justification of lock and key theory of action of ligands. Therefore, from 1980 to date the memory of water is a contentious topic and further researches necessitate to be performed to determine a strong logic. If the certainty is reveled then it will be helpful as a basis of therapeutic effect of homeopathic medicine and for the cure of critical diseases.