Vaccination Alternative
So in my past Happybottomus newsletters I talked about Nosodes. At first I introduced them and mentioned a book that we sell in the store, The Parent’s Concise Guide to Vaccinations. In the newsletter I stated that Nosodes were a safer and natural alternative to vaccinations. I explained that Nosodes were the homeopathic version of a vaccine. And that was about all I said. I received many emails after that with moms asking for more information and asking where they could get them locally. And of course I received an email with someone upset that I was informing my mailing list that there are alternatives to allopathic vaccinations. I actually found that very interesting. Because there are very few things that I do in my life that are not alternatives to mainstream society. Educating parents about natural alternatives is what I do. Of course I’m going to share information on something that can improve the quality of life for millions of children.

Nosodes are natural and healthy alternative to conventional vaccinations. Andy from Obrien Pharmacy and KC Holistic Centre was very kind and spent several minutes talking with us about Nosodes. Below are just a few that are available without a prescription:

Vaccinosis Nosode Drops $14/ 2oz. Measels, Mumps, DpT, DtT, Rubella, Serum Anguillae, Tetanus, Serum Equine
H1N1 Nosode Drops $18/ 2oz for prevention or cure.
Virus Nosode Drops $15 Common childhood viruses.
Flu Nosode Pellets based on this years strain $8 (80 pellets, 5 in the mouth 3x a day)

Local Kansas City Naturlopathic Doctors who know about Nosodes
Alicia Johnson, NMD website
Farhand Khosh, ND website
(Talk to your doctor about it. I asked Dr. Brooks about them and he said he’d research them. I’m thrilled. Ask your doctor, at your next visit, to research Nosodes.)
Don’t take our word for it. Do your own research. Here’s some information to help you get started. Remember, past 5pm, you are the one taking care of your child, not your doctor. Knowledge is power.

Doctors in Mexico City Cured 2009 Swine Flu with Homeopathy
Doctor’s in Mexico used similar homeopathic treatments that worked in the 1918 flu epidemic with great results.
Cuba uses Homeopathy- makes history, Nosodes 2008
(2 Million treated, 10 infected, 0 deaths!)

“Cuba goes through a yearly cycle of Leptospirosis epidemic, especially after the hurricanes flood the countryside…..The usual expectancy of infection even with allopathic vaccination would have been around a few thousand, with some deaths included.”
In 2008, 2 million Cubans were given the homeopathic nosode vaccination treatment for Leptospirosis, only 10 were infected, no one


Nosodes — 4 Comments

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  2. Problem is….nosodes, like all homeopathic remedies, are placebos. Homeopathic preparations do not contain any substance other than lactose and water; they depend on the ancient belief that the spiritual qualities of certain substances can be passed on to the water they are in, thus potentially preventing or reversing disease.

    And it’s been demonstrated over and over again that homeopathic preparations show no effects beyond placebo in clinical trials. It’s really a shame that any physicians would entertain this quackery.

      • Without seeing the actual statistics, it’s impossible to know exactly what happened. I did notice one red flag: that the number of people receiving the typical vaccination was very low, whereas the homeopathic “vaccination” was distributed much more widely; thus it is a very poor comparison at best (we don’t know what general preventative advice was given along with the homeopathic preparations). In any case, it certainly wasn’t double-blind, so loose correlation is the only thing that could conceivably be shown.

        And, of course, the larger issue remains: homeopathy has no known mode of function.