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Living Nosodes for Infectious Diseases

All these Remedies have been prepared by Dr. Roberto Costa, and also the descriptions here shown, which were first presented on the book "Nosódios Vivos".

Acne nosode

Prepared from aspiration of 10 pimples in face, chest and back.

Isopathically indicated for acneic diseases, especially in face.

Actinomyces griseus

Prepared from living cultures imported from Rocal Laboratories of Paris, France.

Isopathically indicated for cutaneous infections caused by this fungus.

Actinomyces luteus

Prepared from living cultures imported from Rocal Laboratories of Paris, France.

Isopathically indicated for infections caused by this fungus.

Aerobacter aerogenes

It's a gram-negative aerobic bacteria, a normal inhabitant from the intestinal flora; may cause urinary infections, or pelvic inflamatory disease. The noodle was made from a living culture isolated from faeces.

Isopathically indicated for intestinal and urinary infections or pelvic inflamatory disease, caused by this microorganism; especially when recurrent or chronic.

Alcaligenes faecalis

It's a gram-negative aerobic bacteria, present in faeces and residual waters. The noodle was made from a living culture isolated from faeces of a patient.

Isopathically indicated for gastroenteritis in children when it's present in stools. Eventually for urinary tract infections and infected wounds.

Ancylostoma duodenale

Made from the worm recollected from the stools of two patients.

Isopathically indicated for Ancylostomiasis especially when it is recurrent.

Australia Antigen

Prepared from a pool of blood donators infected with Hepatitis B virus.

Isopathically indicated for Hepatitis B.

Ascaris lumbricoides

The worm is macerated in glicerine, then dynamized in isotonic saline solution.

Isopathically indicated for repeated infestations of this nematode.

Aspergillus fumigatus

Living cultures acquired from Laboratories Boiron, Dolisos and Rocal, in France.

Isopathically indicated against pulmonary aspergilosis.

Koch Bacillus

Obtained from sputum of a patient with tuberculosis, cultivated in special means.

Isopathically indicated as adjuvant in the treatment of Tuberculosis (pulmonary and extra-pulmonary).

Bacillus diphteriae

Culture of the bacilli.

Isopathically indicated for the late manifestations of diphteria, caused by the exotoxin.

Mycobacterium leprae

Obtained from a biopsy of an ulcer in a patient with lepromatous hanseniasis.

Isopathically indicated for hanseniasis, in its form lepromatous, tuberous and intermediate.

Pseudomonas aeruginosa

Obtained from a wound infected with this bacteria.

Isopathically indicated for infections caused by this germ. Specially indicated for prophylactic use by patients with Cystic Fybrosis or immunodeficiencies, such as AIDS.

Brucella abortus

Obtained from a culture.

Isopathically indicated for brucellosis, human and animal.

Candida albicans

Obtained from a children's mouth with oral candidiasis.

Isopathically indicated for candidiasis, whatever its location, oral or vaginal, or somewhere else. Specially for chronic or repetitive candidiasis.

Chlamydia tracomatis

Obtained from abundant vaginal secretion.

Isopathically indicated for infections caused by this germ in the urinary tract or genital system.

Pertussinum

Obtained from the mucous secretion or vomiting from children with whooping cough.

Isopathically indicated for whooping cough, or sequelae caused by this disease.

Entamoeba histolytica

Obtained from rectum and stools of patients with amebiasis.

Isopathically indicated for amebiasis in all its manifestations: intestinal, extra-intestinal (hepatic or pulmonar abscess).

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Last update: July 10, 1998.