This proves that homeopathy acts on in-vivo models in the laboratory
A weight dose of aspirin is known to thin the blood. Researchers observed the effect of a homeopathic solution of aspirin on blood circulation in rodents.
The rodents are separated into two separate groups:
- the first group is treated with a neutral solution (control group)
- the second group is treated with a homeopathic solution, namely a diluted and succussed solution that is prepared using aspirin
The researchers then analyse the blood clotting in the two groups of rodents.
The homeopathic solution of aspirin 15 CH has a prothrombotic effect that promotes blood clotting as compared to the neutral solution.
- These experiments have led to about twenty publications since 1987 in international and medical scientific journals.
- These results are obtained for high dilution levels (for which, in theory, there are no more molecules).
Aguejouf O, Eizayaga F, Desplat V, Belon P, Doutremepuich C. Prothrombotic and hemorrhagic effects of aspirin. Clin Appl Thromb Hemost. 2009;15(5):523-528
Doutremepuich C, Aguejouf O, Belon P. Effects of ultra-low-dose aspirin on embolization in a model of laser-induced thrombus formation. Seminars in Thrombosis and Hemostasis. 1996 ;22 Suppl 1:67-70
The presented data can, under no circumstances, be extrapolated to any property or clinical use in humans that would require additional studies.