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nosode

(nŏs′ōd) [″]
A homeopathic vaccination. A very dilute pathological tissue sample, taken from the blood, feces, mucus, pus, or tissue of an infected or diseased organism, administered to a human to promote immunity against disease.

nosode (nō·sōd),

n homeopathic remedy created from some element of the disease itself, such as a discharge or diseased tissue. See also autoisopathy; therapy, autohemic; autonosode; bowel nosode; and isopathy.

nosode

homeopathic remedies prepared from a product of disease such as infected tissues or causal organisms.
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Evaluation of antiplasmodial activity of Nosode (Nd 30 and Nd 200)
These medicines were then combined in a 200c potency with a locally produced malarial nosode in a 30c potency.
The daily reduction rate of total activity (Figure 3) and foraging activity (Figure 4) indicate that most of the homeopathic preparations had a positive effect after 5-6 days of applications, except with the Leucoagaricus triturate nosode application.
On day 6, start MalariX, which contains malaria nosode,
Desensitization is further facilitated by specific nosodes and the use of kinesiology or bioresonance devices, which work similarly to immunization.
Another session on drug validation and drug development explored the therapeutic potential of nosodes (homoeopathic drugs prepared from disease material) and discussed the idea of reinventing nosodes, by way of their preparation and application in clinical field.
The AAHP notes that HPCUS restricts most nosodes to prescription-only sales to ensure diagnosis or monitoring under a trained medical professional.
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Even today, the use of zoo-therapeutics is in currency as sarcodes, nosodes and isodes in Chinese, Ayurvedic, Unani, Allopathic and Homeopathic medical systems.
Otras alternativas incluyen el uso de vacunas con antigenos potenciales como el glutathione-S-transferase y cathepsin-L1 (Spithill y Dalton, 1998), y el uso de nosodes (Laverde, 2007).
We are also interested in the development of bowel nosodes of particular fecal groups as another method for administering fecal material.
Medicamentos antihomotoxicos especificos, en particular nosodes, para eliminar el factor etiopatogenico.