Homeopathic Dilution | N.P Dutt & Son

A careful and controlled procedure of stepwise homeopathic dilution is used to create the majority of homeopathic medicines. They are typically created by crushing a plant, animal, or mineral and then dissolving it in an alcohol-based solvent. The extract is next diluted in an alcohol and water solution. The extract is next diluted in an alcohol and water solution. (Lactose can be used to dilute solid items.) To reach a therapeutic dilution, the procedure is repeated numerous times. The mixture is violently shaken in a machine or by hand to achieve the specified level of shaking after each dilution. It is known as succession. According to homeopaths, the succession process is crucial to ensuring that any drug has the intended therapeutic effect.