Western science has been trying to discover increasingly smaller particles of matter for the past centuries from molecules and atoms to sub-atomic particles and quarks.
The evolution of technology has achieved miniaturization of devices along with their increased capabilities. "Nanotechnology" has become the popular term that refers to the study and manufacture of devices of molecular dimension that is of the range of nanometers or one-billionth of a meter.
Nanopharmacology – Nanotechnology medicine
Homeopathic medicines are so small active component in the dosage that it is appropriate to refer it as a newly defined field of nanopharmacology. To understand the nature and the degree of homeopathy’s nanopharmacology, Western science has been trying to discover increasingly smaller particles of matter for the past centuries; from molecules and atoms to sub-atomic particles and quarks.
Nano-medicine involves the use of Nano-scale particles to deliver small quantities of drugs to specific sites within the body.
How can you compare homeopathy remedy to Nano-medicine, how homeopathic dilution can turn into Nano-medicine?
Research using refined spectroscopy revealed homeopathic ultra-molecular preparations actually contains nanoparticles of the original medical substances in colloidal suspensions.
"Size matters: why nanomaterial’s are different" by Emil Roduner published in Chemical Society Reviews Issue 7, 2006. We all well aware that gold is shiny, yellow noble metal, which is non-magnetic and melts at 1336 deg. K. However, this same gold nanoparticles possesses entirely different property; it absorb green light thus appear red, exhibits magnetism, smaller ones turn into insulators, and even melting temperature drops considerably.
"Why extreme dilutions reach non-zero asymptotes: a Nano particulate hypothesis based on froth flotation" by Chikramane PS, Kalita D, Suresh AK, Kane SG, Bellare JR published in Langmuir 2012; 28: 15864-15875. The serial process of succussion and dilution generates numerous large air bubbles aided nanoparticle levitation to the liquid surface, forming a monolayer preserved at the top in the serial dilutions. This dominant population at the air–liquid interface is preserved and carried to the subsequent step, thereby forming an asymptotic concentration.