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|Title:||Principles of complementary medicine in terms of a suggested scientific basis|
|Abstract:||In order to create a scientific basis of complementary medicine it is certainly necessary to add a more non-local approach to the molecular substance of orthodox “life-sciences”. It should be able to explain strange phenomena like healing by homeopathy or acupuncture. A possible frame concerns oscillatory electromagnetic interactions as regulatory and – in case of disease – deregulatory impulses of the organisms. These couplings are found, for instance, in biological rhythms, external rhythmical influences (sun exposure, atmospheric disturbances), and vibrations of the body over a huge range of frequencies. One basic example is biophotons and “delayed luminescence”.|
|Appears in Collections:||IJEB Vol.46(05) [May 2008]|
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