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nosode

(ˈnəʊsəʊd)
n
(Complementary Medicine) a homeopathic remedy for a given illness composed from the infected discharges etc of that illness
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Almeida, Galvao, Casali, Lima, and Miranda (2003), reduced the attacks of the fall armyworm (Spodoptera frugiperda) on corn plants with an application of nosode homeopathic preparations of Euchlaena 6 CH and Spodoptera 30 CH.
La agrohomeopatia utiliza a las mismas plantas enfermas, e incluso al mismo agente que las enferma para preparar el Nosode (vacuna homeopatica), o Fitonosode, segun la via de dilucion y dinamizacion.
Two of these groups were given pre-treatment with placebo and two were given different pre-treatment with preparations of a homoeopathic nosode made from an antibiotic-resistant strain of Salmonella enterica (Enteritidis) at a 30X potency, over a 10 day period.
Malaria officinalis/Malaria Co Nosode is not a discharge but is called vegetable nosode as it is swamp mire that has been potentised.
It should also be borne in mind that the same group consider homeopathic nosode vaccination to be effective despite a wealth of scientific trials showing no evidence that they provide protection.
Take 20 drops in a little water twice daily along with the homoeopathic remedy Glandular Fever Nosode 30c.
A Brazilian study showed a homeopathic nosode prevented 96% of children from developing meningitis during a 1974 epidemic, though treated children may have been from a healthier sub-group.
Fallek recommends that those who wish to use the nosode to protect a dog who will be in a high-risk environment start dosing the dog several days before the expected risk, giving the remedy once or twice a day with a 30C potency for a maximum of five days.
In a repeat of a controlled meningococcal trial in 1974 with 25 000 children that indicated high levels of protection offered by a single dose of the homoeopathic nosode, (18) two professors of medicine from the University Foundation in Blumenau, together with the City Health Secretary, conducted a field trial that lasted for a full year and included 89 000 participants.
The macerated and triturated ant nosode preparations were obtained from 50 worker ants randomly collected from the primary forage trails.
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