Nosodes/Homeopathic Prophylactics

Homeopathy Immunization Kits for Cats & Dogs

Nosodes are completely safe, easy to administer, and can be given to puppies much earlier than vaccines. Pregnant females can be given nosodes prior to birthing.

The difference between a nosode and a conventional vaccine is that there are no dangerous chemicals and additives in the homeopathic remedy. Nosodes are also given orally whereas core vaccines are injected.

A Puppy/Kitten Kit contains three (3) 1-oz. dropper bottles at 3 different potencies to administer for a specific pathogen (parvo, distemper, etc.). The kit fee includes S&H charges (USPS Priority Mail) and written instructions for use. Nosodes for adult animals are given a little differently than for youngsters. Therefore, prices and instructions may differ. Contact me for price.

The cost is $60 for the first kit; $75 for two kits. Or, $90 for three kits (a 15% discount if combined with a consultation).

Email me for more information.

NOTE: Read more about nosodes HERE.

Tausodes:

While homeopathic nosodes are made using the pathogen itself in order to protect or treat the disease, a tausode uses the vaccine to make a homeopathic remedy nosode to help “buffer” the effects of the vaccine in the hope of preventing vaccinosis (an adverse reaction to a vaccine).

I have available:

Canine Rabies Vaccine Nosode
Canine DHPPI Vaccine Nosode
Canine DHLPPI Vaccine Nosode

 

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