Department of MIT
Department of MIT is our new initiative in fulfilling the commitment of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Institute of Homoeopathic Medical Sciences to the scientific advancement of homeopathy.
MIT or Molecular Imprints Therapeutics is nothing but a new advanced stage of homeopathy. It is REDEFINED HOMEOPATHY. Homeopathy explained and redefined in terms of modern scientific ideas, paradigms and methods.
This scientific redefining of homoeopathy as MIT or Molecular Imprints Therapeutics is the contribution of Chandran K C, a man hailing from Kerala, India, who dedicated his whole life in learning, researching, experimenting and updating homeopathy so as to make it fitting to the modern advanced scientific knowledge system.
Samuel Hahnemann, the great founder of Homeopathy, was born on 10th April 1755 in Germany. He died on 2nd July 1843. ‘Similia Similibus Curentur’ or ‘Likes Cures Like’ is the expression of a universally applicable natural therapeutic law revealed to him as a result of his extraordinary observational skills and ardent study. Based on this fundamental observation of natural curative process hitherto unknown to humanity, Hahnemann laid the foundation for a new therapeutic system called homeopathy. A detailed theoretical frame work and practical tools for this new system of therapeutics were also developed during his later years.
The epoch-making observation of Hahnemann regarding the fundamental law of cure was of so much relevance and implications that it really deserved to be recognized in the history of human knowledge along with Newton’s Theory of Motion, Theory of Gravitation, or Darwin’s Theory of Evolution. It was a grave unpardonable historical blunder on the part of the contemporary scientific world that such a recognition did not happen. Had it been possible for them to imbibe Hahnemann’s findings into the existing scientific knowledge system, the fate and course of modern medicine would have been entirely different. Scientific knowledge of 18th Century Germany was in its early infancy, and obviously, could not recognize the importance of the new therapeutic law discovered by Samuel Hahnemann. The toolbox of contemporary science and technology was not sufficiently equipped to address this task. Naturally, they could not take up the task of assimilating Hahnemann’s findings and propositions, which presented much more complicated theoretical and practical issues that were beyond the boundaries of their mechanistic methodologies. This situation resulted in some sort of willful neglect and apathy from the part of the mainstream scientific community towards Hahnen’ann and his discoveries.
contemporary science and technology was not sufficiently equipped to address this task. Naturally, they could not take up the task of assimilating Hahnemann’s findings and propositions, which presented much more complicated theoretical and practical issues that were beyond the boundaries of their mechanistic methodologies. This situation resulted in some sort of willful neglect and apathy from the part of the mainstream scientific community towards Hahnemann and his discoverics.
As a simple and effective therapeutic system, free of any fear of urnvanted side effects, homoeopathy has ‘already gained acceptability to ‘a great extent during the bygone two centuries. The principle of ‘Similia Similibus Curenter’ has sufficiently proved its ‘right of existence’ through thousands and thousands of wonderful cures by homoeopaths all over the world. Homeopathy shall be duly recognized and respected as an advanced branch of modern molecular medicine, only when a scientific recreation of its basic principles is attained. Until that happens, acceptance of our claim that homeopathy is a science will remain confined to the dream worlds of homeopaths only!
Time has come for a serious dialogue regarding a scientific REDEFINING and rational rebuilding of the fundamental principles and methods of Homeopathy. Rebuilding of the whole system is essential, to emancipate this powerful therapeutic art from the clutches of unscientific, metaphysical and vitalistic ideologies. Modern scientific knowledge and its technologies have evolved into such a state of maturity that we can now at least attempt with their help to provide a scientific and satisfactory explanation for the centuries-old mysteries and riddles associated with this wonderful therapeutic system. Such a fundamental re-building shall obviously result in finally enthroning homeopathy on its rightful status as the most advanced branch of modern medical science, unfairly denied for more than last two hundred years. To begin, with, it has to attain acceptability among the modern scientific community, at least in terms of methodology, and paradigms.
FEDARIN MIALBS PRIVATE LIMITED, established in Kerala with Chandran K C as its Chairman and CEO, is an organization envisaged to conduct fundamental research works in homeopathy as well as Molecular Imprinted Drugs based on the concept of MIT or MOLECULAR IMPRINTS THERAPEUTICS. They have compiled all articles written by Chandran K C, and published in the form of a book titled REDEFINING HOMEOPATHY, which forms the basis of MIT ideas. Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Institute of Homcopathic Medical Sciences has signed an MoU with FMPL to establish an INTERNATIONAL CENTER FOR LEARNING AND REASEARCH IN MOLECULAR IMPRINTED DRUGS (ICLRMID) at Amravati, Maharashtra, India, with Dr. Shrirang Dhole as its head.
ICLRMID has started an MIT awareness course for medical and paramedical professionals and students. Our dream is to establish a full fledged international open university of MIT at Amravathi as early as possible to conduct research and learning programs in Molecular Imprints Therapeutics.