BOWEL PATHOGEN NOSODE
Provides homeopathic aid in support of
enhancement of immune response to common
bowel pathogens and parasites.
- Acanthocephala worms
- Annelida worms
- Clostridium perfringens
- Diphtheria coccinum
- Escherichia coli
- Giardia lamblia
- Nemathelminthes worms
- Platyhelminthes worms
- Blastocystis hominis
The Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia Convention of the United States defines a nosode as "homeopathic attenuations of: pathological organs or tissues; causative agents such as bacteria, fungi, ova, parasites, virus particles, and yeast; disease products; excretions or secretions. Nosodes are prepared according to homeopathic specifications, provided the basic substance is not altered and the final product is not adulterated by pathogens or other deleterious substances. The first attenuation must be rendered sterile".
Homeopathic nosodes are thought to stimulate the body to recognize a disease-causing entity, provide a level of protection, and assist in the elimination of the pathogens naturally. Nosodes may provide a template to the immune system and the cell walls, thus making an indirect attack on diseases by stimulating the immune system and white blood cell production.
There is a lot of controversy about if and how homeopathic remedies work. You must make up your own mind. Please review the very interesting article on the website of the FDA:
Real Medicine or Empty Promises?
by Isadora Stehlin