Homeopathic remedies that are made from diseased tissues are termed ‘nosodes'. An example is Tuberculinum,, which is made from a minute sample of tissue affected with the tubercular bacteria.
homeopathic remedy made from diseased tissue or bodily secretions rather than from a plant or animal. A nosode is a homeopathic immunization, taken to build up an immune response against a specific disease.
a disease product obtained for any affected part of the system in a case of illness and thereafter potentised
a homeopathically prepared remedy, made from a disease or a pathological product
a homeopathic remedy in which the "active" ingredient is diseased tissue or a disease-causing entity (virus, bacteria, parasite, etc
a homeopathic remedy made from diseased tissue, blood, saliva or the like
a homeopathic remedy made from diseased tissue or discharge
a homeopathic remedy prepared from a pathological specimen
a homeopathic remedy prepared from diseased tissue such as bacteria, fungi, ova, parasites, virus particles and yeast disease products, excretions or secretions
a remedy made from a sample which is placed in the SAMPLE well instead of using a card
A homeopathic remedy made from diseased tissue or bodily secretions rather than from a plant or animal. Taken like a homeopathic immunization to build up an immune response against a specific disease. Nosodes are often named for the disease present in the material they were made from - for example, the flu nosode and the infectious mononucleosis nosode.
a nosode is a potentialized homeopathic remedy prepared from diseased tissue, such as bacteria, viruses, or pus, to treat the associated disease of the tissue material.
A nosode is a homeopathic preparation made from a disease or pathological product. Substances such as fecal, urinary, respiratory discharges, as well as tissue and blood products are used in the fabrication of nosodes.