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(Note : if you want more information on this subject, you will find some on the very good book written by Alan V.Schmukler “A complete guide to homeopathy”).

Homeopathy is a cure by the “similar” (homeo=similar in Greek). Isotherapy is a cure by the “identical” (iso=identical in Greek).

Homeopathy classifies the different effects of various mineral, vegetal or animal substances and make a remedy out of these substances by diluting them many times. Isotherapy uses the same method as homeopathy but starts with a little piece of material (infected skin, pus, urine, spit…) linked to the disease we want to cure. A preparation is made out of this infected or sick material and is then diluted many times (like in homeopathy).

The same process can also be made with any polluting or toxic external substance (chemical, poison, infected water or food…) that could have been the cause of any poisoning or side effects.


1) interesting if you can collect some infected or sick material.

2) can be made easily at home.

3) can replace homeopathic remedies if you don’t have the correct homeopathic substance with you.


1) cannot be made with all types of diseases or pains. Headaches or painful backs cannot be cured by this method because you cannot make a link with any material that could be collected.

2) you need a little bit of utensils to make the remedy.

3) you need some time to prepare the remedy and you must add the time for the remedy to bring positive results so it cannot be used when the problem is really urgent.

We will now present the steps to realize an isotherapic remedy.


1) First, you have to collect (in a clean way) some infected or sick material from your body or from the body of the person you want to cure.

2) Put that material in a little flask (with a tap on top so that you can close easily this flask) and add a mix of alcohol and pure distilled or filtered water. The alcohol should be as pure and white as possible (like vodka for example) and should be at least at 20% of the total volume (the exact alcoholic concentration varies from one method to another).

3) During all this process avoid the proximity of strong odours because isotherapic remedies, like homeopathic ones, don’t like strong odours.

4) wash carefully your hands and your instruments (like a small plucker for instance).

5) Let the mix of distilled water, alcohol and sick material rest for a period of two hours up to two days. This is what is called in homeopathy a “mother tincture”. It is from this “mother tincture” that the homeopathic remedies are made after many dilutions.

Note : you can do the same process with an external substance that might have a negative effect on the body (poison, chemicals…). You just have to replace in the process the scratch of sick or infected material by a little piece of the outside substance that might be harmful (if it is a solid, you can crush it before).


For this you will need a small plastic or glass jar or flask (with a cap on it). This jar should be as clean as possible.

1) Mix a little bit of the mother tincture with pure distilled or filtered water until the jar is nearly full. This is the first dilution.

2) Shake vigorously the jar around thirty times. Open the cap and throw the content of the jar. Quickly turn upside the jar and you will see that one or two drops of the liquid will still be in the jar. This remaining liquid will be used for the second dilution.

3) Fill with pure distilled or filtered water the jar which still have a few drops of the previous mix in it. This is the second dilution.

4) Shake the jar thirty times, throw the content and quickly put the jar upside.

5) Add pure water nearly up to the top, this is the third dilution. Shake, empty the jar and keep the few remaining drops.

Notes : a) what is important in the process is the successive dilutions and succussions.

b) you can repeat this process 20, 30 or 200 times. The more dilutions you make, the more powerful the homeopathic remedy will be. Usually between 30 and 50 dilutions is a good number.

c) you should not make less than 20 dilutions (especially if the scratch of sick material is infectious or poisonous) to ensure that no remaining physical elements of the initial material is left.


After having completed the number of dilutions that you had programmed (for more details read homeopathic books about the notions of “dilution”or “potency”), rather than throwing the content of the jar, you keep half of the content of the jar and you fill up the jar with white alcohol (like vodka). You can keep this remedy safely two or three weeks if you have enough alcohol in it. When you want to use it, you just have to pour a few drops of the isotherapic medecine in a glass or a bottle of water.

Another solution is to keep only a few drops of the liquid after the last dilution and add two or three drops of white alcohol. After mixing, you just have to add special plain pellets (which have not received any homeopathic medicine on them : you can find them in a chemist’s shop). You will, with this method, have your isotherapic medicine on the form of pellets that you will use as a classic homeopathic remedy.


This isotherapic healing method can be interesting if you live far away from civilization (if doctors or remedies are not available, for example in case of humanitarian crisis. Homeopathic and isotherapic medicines can have very good results in serious epidemic outbreaks) or in case of disease difficult to cure with other methods. It can also be used as preventive medicine.

So, do not think that you will cure all the diseases and all the problems with this method, but I think that it can be worth trying, for small or big health problems, especially if other methods are not very efficient. I had some interesting healing results with this method for me and other persons. It can also be applied in the veterinary and phyto-sanitary fields.


About buddhananda
independent spiritual researcher, I find inspiration mainly into the buddhist, hindu and new age fields. I try to find connections between religions, philosophy, economy and technology. My aim is to contribute to the emergence of a better world. I also practice reiki.

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