Dilutions, in the context of homeopathic medicine, refer to a specific method of preparing remedies. Homeopathy operates on the principle that “like cures like,” meaning that substances that cause symptoms in healthy individuals can be used in highly diluted form to treat similar symptoms in sick patients. Dilutions involve repeatedly diluting the original substance in water or alcohol and then vigorously shaking it, a process known as succussion. This is believed to enhance the therapeutic properties of the remedy while minimizing any potential side effects. The strength or potency of a dilution is denoted by a number or letter, such as 6x or 30C. Despite the controversial nature of homeopathy and the skepticism from the scientific community, dilutions are widely used by practitioners and consumers who believe in the effectiveness of these highly diluted remedies for various ailments.

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