The phenomenon of interdependent states of animals and humans: tactics and treatment strategy using ultra-high dilutions of substances, 20-year research
AbstractBefore the start of our research, there already was empirically developed experience on the appearance of similar conditions in animals and humans in close contact. However, there was no scientific explanation for this phenomenon, or scientifically grounded recommendations for its application in medical practice. Since 1995 we have been systematically studied cases of humans and animals in close contact exhibited a same pathological condition. The aim of the present study was to establish the features of these interdependent states and the factors that influence them. The experimental and clinical studies described here were performed based on spontaneous procurement by the animalsâ€™ owners at Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology, St. Petersburg State Academy of Veterinary Medicine and at Research Center of â€œPOLEVETâ€ Veterinary Clinic. Clinical, hematological, biochemical and immunologic parameters describing the condition of the animals during homeopathic treatment preparations were recorded. To assess the reliability of differences at 0.05 significance level was used. Statistical analysis was made of 8,061 episodes of addresses of animals and their owners. Based on these materials and using modern achievements in biology, genetics, physiology and neurophysiology, the main theses providing theoretical substantiation for this phenomenon were formulated, and the mechanisms of development of one and the same disease in both humans and animals according to modern scientific conceptions were revealed. Also a tactic and strategy for treatment of sick animals and humans in close contact are suggested. To correct interdependent conditions, a method of application of the effects of ultra-high dilutions of drugs was developed and proposed for practical use, which might enable veterinary specialists - based on the knowledge of the phenomenon of interdependent conditions - to significantly improve the recovery of their patients. The effectiveness of this approach was confirmed in practice by many specialists who made use of our results. The work performed and the attention paid by specialists to these studies, as well as the possibility to correct the phenomenon of interdependent conditions of animals and humans using ultra-high dilutions of substances, demonstrate the potential for further scientific developments in this field of medical practice.