I am very curious about whether or not one can "imprint" a homeopathic remedy into water electronically. Further the question is this as well, can en electronic device "read" the "vibrational signature" of a plant or other source of a remedy and "transfer" that imprint to alter the structure of water?
This is a very curious thing. There is a company in the United States that sells electronic "balancing" equipment for this very thing. Clearly I am skeptical, however, I must remind myself to not have the kind of skepticism against this idea or method that non-homeopaths have against homeopathy. In essence, I don't want to throw this baby out with the proverbial bathwater.
The company I am referring to is Eagle Research, LLC. They manufacture a variety of machines with its most popular being the Guardian.
The Guardian allows you to "make" your own personal remedies and imprint these remedies in small water filled vials which you are then instructed to carry around your neck or in your pocket.
A friend of mine gave me a Guardian as a gift. I used it for a while to see if there were any effects that I could see differently from traditional remedies. I was not convinced of its efficacy.
I find that I prefer HIGH TOUCH/LOW TECH homeopathy to LOW TOUCH/HIGH TECH homeopathy. However, I am still interested in your opinions in this matter.
Dr. Andrew S. Bonci
Reference: Eagle Research, LLC