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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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2010) note that homeopathic preparations of nosodes, obtained from the pest organisms or diseased plants, can provide farmers with a simple and efficient tool to quickly overcome a local problem in a cheap and readily available way.
Each dynamisation of ant and fungus nosodes, Belladonna homeopathy, and water were applied with an individualised garden sprayer (Brudden[R]).
Further studies are needed to establish Malaria Co Nosode 30 (Nd 30) as potent antimalarial in monotherapy or in combination therapy with other homeopathic formulations.
Bowel nosodes are prepared from cultures of non-lactose-fermenting flora of the intestinal tract.
Also when I looked in the computer for dental nosodes, chronic bacterial ostitis appeared.
As happens, typically, when we have not yet fully understood our patients or discovered that simillimum, we prescribed medicines from all three kingdoms (animal, plant, and mineral), as well as nosodes.
There are other groups of medicines, such as those made from nosodes (the products of disease), rarely imponderables (such as sun, magnetic poles, electricity), or particular drugs made into homeopathic medicines (also very infrequently).
OCTOBER 14-16: INTRODUCING MIASMS AND NOSODES with Louis Klein FSHom in Nashville, Tennessee.
The homeopathic medicines for psychospiritual children are derived from the three kingdoms in nature, animal, plant, and mineral, and the nosodes (medicines made from the products of disease).