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- n. A hypothetical increase of medicinal effectiveness by dilution and trituration.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- The act of setting free the dynamic powers of a medicine, as by shaking the bottle containing it.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Dynamic development; increase of power in anything; dynamogeny: as, dynamization of nerve-force.
- n. In homeopathy, the extreme trituration of medicines with a view to increase their efficiency or strength.
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Homoeopathic Medical Society of Northern New York, in which Hahnemann's theory of "dynamization" is characterized in a formal resolve as
The most characteristic - and controversial - principle of homeopathy is that the efficacy of a remedy can be enhanced and its side-effects reduced by a process known as "dynamization" or "potentization".
Much has been made of "dynamization" of water by Rudolph Steiner and his biodynamic followers.
The most characteristic - and controversial - principle of homeopathy is that the efficacy of a remedy can be enhanced and its side-effects reduced by a process known as 'dynamization' or 'potentization', whereby liquids are diluted (with water or ethanol) and shaken by ten hard strikes against an elastic body ( 'succussion'), to get the next, succeeding higher potency.
The most characteristic - and controversial - principle of homeopathy is that the efficacy of a remedy can be enhanced and its side-effects reduced by diluting it, in a process known as 'dynamization' or 'potentization'.
But because this stirring can make the person irritable, some practitioners, such as Momtazi, have chosen to perform the dynamization with a contraption such as the cascading tower that I stood under.
Its basic substance is a Unitarian sense of being with a powerful multiple dynamization capable of the formation of a multitude of aspects of knowledge, ways of action, forms and significances of becoming, of all of which there is a spontaneous inherent knowledge.
A realization of spiritual unity, a dynamization of the intimate consciousness of one-being, of one self in all beings, can alone found and govern by its truth the action of the divine life.
It is the dynamization of society at the hands of a noncapitalist elite!
It is far more correct to speak of the dynamization of space rather than of the spatialization of time; the relativization of simultaneity means that “instanta - neous space,” that is, the class of simultaneously exist - ing events, cannot be unambiguously carved out of the four-dimensional world-process.