Homeopathic Immunization Schedule 2019

Homeopathic Immunization Schedule 2019

The following list of available homeopathic nosodes for use is much larger than what is actually administered to your child. Those recommended are marked with an asterisk (*). Unlike the conventional medicine vaccines, reactions to homeopathic immunizations are rare. Often, if one occurs, it is because of an underlying familial miasm to which the person is reacting. If a reaction does occur, it is generally mild and lasts for a few days. Symptoms can be fever, fatigue, restlessness, irritability and mild skin rash. Occasionally the patient will develop mild flu-like symptoms for a few days. Convulsions, more commonly encountered with conventional vaccinations, are almost never seen. If a reaction does occur, your physician should be notified as additional prescriptions may be needed to complete the healing reaction.

Reactions to nosodes are considered to be good because it means that the person had a susceptibility or previous exposure to the disease that the corresponding nosode has now corrected. The next time the nosode is given, the person generally will not experience the same reaction.

Between dosing seasons, administering the appropriate nosode remedy immediately following exposure to the corresponding disease will often help to stop the development of the disease. As an example, if your child is exposed to measles or chicken pox, even though they have had the corresponding nosode administration, giving it again will act as a reminder to the immune system.

HOMEOPATHIC NOSODES

DiseaseImmunization
AnthraxAnthrocyanum
BotulismBotulinum
Chicken pox *Varicella
CholeraCholera nosode
Cytomegalic virusCMV nosode
Dengue FeverDengue Fever nosode
Diptheria *Diptherinum
Herpes ZosterHerpes Zoster nosode
Human Papilloma VirusHPV nosode
InfluenzaInfluenzinum
Measles *Morbillinum
MeningitisMeningiococcus
Mumps *Parotidinum
Parainfluenza A & BParainfluenza A & B nosode
Pertussis*Pertussin
PolioPolio nosode/Lathyrus sativa
Rubella *Rubeola
TuberculosisTuberculinum
PneumoniaPneumococcinum
RabiesLyssin
Roto VirusRoto Virus nosode
Small PoxVariolinum
StreptococcusStreptococcinum
Swine FluSwine Flu nosode
SyphilisSyphilinum
TetanusTetanus nosode/Ledum
Typhoid FeverTyphodinum
Yellow FeverYellow Fever nosode

The following list of available homeopathic nosodes for use is much larger than what is actually administered to your child. Those recommended are marked with an asterisk (*). Unlike the conventional medicine vaccines, reactions to homeopathic immunizations are rare. Often, if one occurs, it is because of an underlying familial miasm to which the person is reacting. If a reaction does occur, it is generally mild and lasts for a few days. Symptoms can be fever, fatigue, restlessness, irritability and mild skin rash. Occasionally the patient will develop mild flu-like symptoms for a few days. Convulsions, more commonly encountered with conventional vaccinations, are almost never seen. If a reaction does occur, your physician should be notified as additional prescriptions may be needed to complete the healing reaction.

Reactions to nosodes are considered to be good because it means that the person had a susceptibility or previous exposure to the disease that the corresponding nosode has now corrected. The next time the nosode is given, the person generally will not experience the same reaction.

Between dosing seasons, administering the appropriate nosode remedy immediately following exposure to the corresponding disease will often help to stop the development of the disease. As an example, if your child is exposed to measles or chicken pox, even though they have had the corresponding nosode administration, giving it again will act as a reminder to the immune system.