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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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It is important to note that the reduction of leaf-cutting ant activity, near the nests and along the primary foraging trails, was maintained for a period of 20 days after the last application of nosodes of macerated and triturated Acromyrmex spp.
A significant reduction in ant activity was observed after five daily applications of macerated or triturated Acromyrmex nosodes.
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.
Nosodes tend to be even more effective when combined with other homeopathic and nutritional preparations.
During late summer in 2007, Finlay Institute began producing a Leptospira homeopathic nosode using four circulating strains in accordance with international manufacturing standards.
The naturopathic approaches to Lyme disease and associated tick-borne illness include herbal medicines, homeopathic remedies and nosodes, nutritional support, immune support, detoxification protocols, and other natural antimicrobial approaches.
Nosode--a nosode must be obtainable from the miasmatic disease.