The process involves the preparation and administration of potentized substances with the patient's own infected natural fluids like blood, as a basic substance making use of certain potentials available in the market.
The potentized substance, so obtained, is a real dynamic equivalent to all the components of blood, the basic substance, but upon therapeutic administration, the living organism, responds favorably and finally to only that part of the curative vital reaction that relates to the pathogenetic constituent of foreign origin present in the basic substance.
The concept has been disclosed to all concerned through news media, through my presentations in scientific seminars in the year 2000, and through articles carried by homeopathic magazines in the year 2002.
The results are good in diseases in which the causal factor is a foreign chemical or a tiny organism like a virus. The approach is specific to the extent of neutralization/inactivation of the main causative element of foreign origin but man as a whole is not taken into account in the study of disease and its management. One has to manage the case homeopathically for symptoms remaining after DAHT.
Indian Systems of Medicine and Homoeopathy (Ministry of Health & Family Welfare) was approached for evaluation of DAHT in the year 2003. Delhi researchers (one of them employed in ISM&H ) have treated Dengue fever on similar lines in 2004 –a news copy is enclosed.
Presently, there is no satisfactory treatment for many viral diseases in any recognized system of medicine. We are confident that the process of application of “virus and strain-specific nosodes in the treatment of
"viral diseases” as a sole/adjuvant treatment is of great use in the treatment and prevention of many viral diseases/epidemics (including SARS, Bird flu) both among human beings and animals. It is safe, easy, fast, highly useful, and practicable and saves the lives of a majority of sick individuals and animals, and helps in avoiding huge expenditures. The medicine is not a direct derivative of the basic material, hence there is no risk of spreading the infection.
In some chronic viral diseases like HIV/AIDS and some cases of Hepatitis B, the eradication of the virus is not complete because of the virus getting integrated into the DNA of the host cell, thus misleading the host’s immune system for some time.