That's 'potentized' for some. Most are familiar with this process from homoeopathy - or 'homeopathy' to some.
In this process a material (plant, mineral etc) is made soluble ('triturated') if it is not already and then one part of this is added to 9 (for a decimal potency, 99 for a centesimal potency, 999 for a millecimal potency, 49,999 for an LM potency) of the solvent (usually water or a mix of water and alcohol) and shaken ('sucussed') for a set period of time. One part of the resultant liquid is added to 9 of fresh solvent (or 99 ....) and shaken again to make the second potency. this process is repeated as required to give a range of potencies.
The process is also called dynamisation - 'dynamization' to some. Because it is only really known within homoeopathy is is also sometimes known as homoeopathic potentisation. However, for the purposes of the land, this label is not really so helpful because Hahnemann, when he developed homoeopathy, gave more than one principle which make up homoeopathy. The principle of the potentised medicine is just one and this is appropriate to the work of Considera. The other is the law of similars which says that a problem can be cured by something else which mimics that problem in the host. Peppers are stricty speaking within a idiopathic or isopathic principle in that the same thing deals with the probelm as causes it, not a similar thing.
A further twist is that biodynamic preparations 500 annd 501 are stirred into alternating left and right hand vortices for an hour before spreading and this is widely known as potentising. It is not a method familiar in homoeopathy.
And radionics sets the potency with a dial on the same box which sets the original material analogue.