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Canine Prophylactic Nosodes Include:- 
  • Canine Distemper
  • Hard Pad
  • Parvovirus (CPE )
  • Leptospirosis Canine
  • Hepatitis Canine
  • Bordetella bronchiseptica
  • Bordetalla pertussis ( Kennel Cough)
  • Leishmaniasis cani 
  • Leishmaniasis tropicali   (sand fly disease)
Feline Prophylactic Nosodes Include:- 
  • Feline Rhinotracheitis
  • Calici virus FCP
  • FIPV
  • Feline Peritonitis   
  • Feline Enteritis   
  • Feline Leukaemia
  • Feline Infectious Anaemia
  • Feline Infectious Peritonitis
  • Feline Panleucopenia
  • Request the potency you require
Equine Prophylactic Nosodes Include:- 
  • Equine Influenza
  • Equid Herpesvirus1
  • Actinomicosis:
  • Lymphangitis:
  • Laminitis:
  • Mud Fever:
  • Navicular Disease:
  • Tetanus:  
  • Thrush:
  • Coccidia: Sweet Itch
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Strep:
  • Staph:
There are several regimes for giving Homoeopathic Prophylaxis. Stated here is the most commonly used system though variations on this are just as effective, it's all down to preference, experience and what suits your particular requirements and environment.



Prophylactics are homoeopathic remedies used for disease prevention.

 "Prevention is better than cure"

Just as the law of similars can be used to choose remedies for treatment, it can also be applied for prevention – remedies can prevent the symptoms they produce.


This principle is already used in vaccination. Vaccines made from infectious organisms are used to prevent the very diseases they’re made from. The big difference between homoeopathic prophylaxis and vaccination is that vaccines contain numerous additives that are harmful for health, work at a chemical level, and bypass the body’s early detection and defence mechanisms when injected directly into a muscle.


In contrast, a homoeopathic remedy has no dangerous additives and is prepared so that there are no remaining molecules of the infecting organism or virus. While the method of action is not yet fully understood, the remedy (prophylactic) appears to carry an energetic imprint of the original substance into the body that in turn stimulates resistance to the targeted disease.


While prophylactics are commonly prepared, just like vaccines, from the infecting organism or virus, this is not always necessary. Any remedy that produces symptoms similar to the disease will also have a protective effect against the disease. For this reason, many common homoeopathic remedies that are used for a range of day-to-day complaints also have protective effects against many serious epidemic diseases.


Prophylactic remedies can be used for all the common childhood & adult diseases such as whooping cough, measles, mumps and chickenpox, flu, commom cold as well as more serious ones such as meningococcal disease, diphtheria, and typhus.


Homoeopathic prophylactics are also available for  pets and farm animals. There are even prophylactic remedies for many plant diseases and pests.


  • Please read the page on Homoeopathic Prevention for Animals when you are considering using Prophylactic Nosodes to protect your animals.

It is now widely agreed that many conventional vaccinations are harmful to both humans and animals as they contain organisms and also because they tend to alter the immunity of the human or animal it is given to.

The use of homeopathic nosodes as alternatives to conventional vaccines is therefore indeed preferable and has been on the rise.There is no need to inject toxic substances into your child’s bloodstream to induce temporary immunity for an illness for which there is no current epidemic and for which nontoxic alternatives such as nosodes exist should an epidemic ever materialize!

Homoeopathic Nosodes may be used as a prophylactic and as a medicine should the disease be acquired.

The very best way to use Nosodes is to give just prior to or when contact has been made with infection risk, ie your childs freineds have gone down with measles or chickenpox, or a case or 2 of menigiuntis has been recorded at your teenagers college or university. 

To use as a prophylactic the indicated nosode may be given as follows.




The general consensus amongst Homoeopaths for a course of prophylactic nosodes is to give the following :


1 pill twice per day (morning and night) for three days then 1 pill per week for 6 weeks.  This can be backed up with 1 pill per month for 6 months.  The ‘booster for this is 1 pill twice per day for 3 days as and when needed or every  6-12 months. This rate is for uninfected situations.

An alternative to this dose rate is 1 pill  3 times a day on 1 day per week - same day each week.  This rate is used for uninfected situations and when exposed to environments that are deemed high risk or when travelling in effected environments (or countries )while there is a risk eg local outbreak etc.

When there is a higher risk of infection ie when starting nursery or school when the occasion may increase the risk eg for Measles, Mumps, Chicken pox or Whooping cough or when warnings of Swine or Avian flu are given when going to university for the first time when risk of meningitis may be highgr or by the general environment the recommended dose rate is 1 tablet every day while the risk remains high, then reduce to the above dosage rate.

For infected cases the dose rate will be 1 tablet twice per day for at least three weeks.

If you are in any doubt please contact a qualified practitioner to clarify your needs.


* * All Nosodes are avaialable as Sucrose pillules, drops, powders or granules. See Price List


There are often other remedies that can help with particular disease symptoms and these should  be discussed with your supplier or qualified practitioner.


The choice of using Nosodes over conventional vaccine is becomming more widely taken by concerned parents not wishing to introduce toxins into the body of their healthy children, likewise more and more adults are choosing not to use conventional vaccines where there is a viable nosode available.  However this is a very complicated and emotive choice and some feel coersed or guilty if theyir childrensMany people use the nosode alone but they can also be used alongside conventional vaccine and help reduce possible side effects. *Should any harmful effects of conventional vaccine be experienced, the relevant nosodes (as above) should be given (along with Thuja 30c and 200c) or appropriate constitutional remedy. On occasions the adjuvant portion of a killed vaccine can cause trouble (eg Aluminium Hydroxide) when the potentised (homoeopathic) form of this can be given with great effect, reducing local pain, general symptoms and risk of abscessation.


" Please email with specific symptoms and case history if side effects from conventional vaccine are suspected so the best suited remedy can be suggested.  Dosage rate will be advised at the time of ordering as this will be dependant upon individual symptoms though Thuja is generally always recommened in cases of vacininosis.( sude effects from ovaccination or over vaccination) If side effects from vaccination is suspected then please ensure you complete the nescessary forms at your vets surgery to notify the manufacturer of the symptoms and record the reaction.


Below are some of the other veterinary nosodes supplied in standard bottle sizes (140 pillule doses) in your requested potency. 


Please ask about availability if you do not see the remedy you require.


Nosodes are generally supplied in 30c potency but others available, please ask for potency required eg. 200c, 1M etc.



Veterinary Nosodes prepared against specific diseases
  • Brucella Abortus
  • Bordetella pertussis
  • Calicivirus ( Hep E Virus)
  • Canine Distemper
  • Colibaciiosis
  • Equine Influenza
  • Equid Herpesvirus 1
  • Feline Infectious Anaemia
  • Feline Infectious Perotonitis
  • Feline Panleucopenia
  • Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis
  • Feline Leukaemia
  • Fowl Pest
  • Foot rot
  • Hepatitis ( Canine)
  • Husk (Lung Worm)
  • Leptospirosis (Canine)
  • Marek’s Disease
  • Mastitis
  • Mucosal Disease
  • Parvovirus ( Canine Parvovirus Enteritis)
  • Scrapie
  • Swine dysentery
  • Swine fever
Additional Veterinary Nosodes
  • Ambra grisea
  • Anthracinum
  • Bacillinum
  • Carcinosin
  • Cholesterinum
  • Corticotrophin (A.C.T.H.)
  • CortisoneBrucella Abortus
  • Canine Distemper
  • D.N.A.
  • Epihysterninum
  • Equine Influenza
  • Feline Infectious Anaemia
  •  Feline Infectious Peritonitis
  • Fowl Pest
  • Hippomanes
  • Hippozaeninum
  • Hirudin
  • Histamin
  • Hydrophobinum (Lyssin)
  • Hypophysis
  • Hypothalmus
  • Influenzinum
  • Kennel Cough Nosode  ( InfectiousTracheobronchitis ) 
  • Lac Caninum
  • Leptospirosis


  • Malandrinum
  • Mastitis
  • Medorrhinum
  • Morbillinum
  • Oopherinum
  • Ochitinum
  • Osteo –Arthritic Nosode
  • Pancreatinum
  • Parathyroidinum
  • Paratidinum
  • Parvovirus
  • Pepsinum
  • Pertussin
  • Psorinum
  • pyrogenium
  • R.N.A.
  • Scarlatinuni
  • Staphylococcus
  • Streptococcus
  • Swine Dysentery
  • Thalmus
  • Thyreotrophic Hormone
  • Thyroidinum
  • Trypsinum
  • Tuberculinum Aviare
  • Tuberculinum Bovinum
  • Vaccininum
  • Variolinum