The French physician and homeopath Jacques Benveniste in 1988 published the disconcerting results of his research concerning the "memory of water". These results seemed to validate Samuel Hahnemann's principles of homeopathic medicine for the first time on a scientific basis. The research conducted by Benveniste, summarized in the results published in Nature, aroused strong reactions in the scientific environment; the conclusion of his work, if confirmed, would have in fact denied consolidated knowledge of physics, chemistry and medicine. The perplexities of the scientific world led to the establishment of a control commission, with the aim of verifying the statements made and repeating the experiments in a controlled environment.
WATER MEMORY DISCOVERY
The Memory of Water derives from the property of water to maintain a "memory" of the substances it has come into contact with, such as the frequency (in symbols, words, sounds, etc.).
Currently for Science there are no valid scientific evidence to support this thesis because the studies that seem to prove that this phenomenon has not passed the "double blind" test, therefore, lacks the repeatability necessary to give reliability to the results. Several doctors, immunologists, biologists, scientists, pseudoscientists have done various studies and research on the potential of water and its memory including: Masaru Emoto, Jacques Benveniste, Viktor Schauberger, Lui Montagnier, Sandra Ingerman, Émile Benveniste, Françoise Barré-Sinoussi , Jürgen Fliege, etc.