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tetnus vaccination

My daughter needs a tetnus shot but I was wondering if I could do this homeopathically instead of the usual vaccine. Is this possible?
  mary jo on 2004-05-28
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no not the same.tetanus once contrated or chance of being contracted can be treatd homoeopathically--but need to be on top of what you are doing--or associated with homoeopath that is reputable---if destine give vaccination --then give 1 dose sulpur 30c i hour after --this ought take care of nay ill effect due to mecury in vaccine (used as envelope)--this seems to be where most complications occur anyway---as for side effects from virus itself --usually minor and too can be treated but need know particular symptomology at that point-----some will sware by using hypericum in potency as prophylactic.
but again this chancy --need to know when exposed ...again experienced in homoeopathy is best when comes to vaccinations or not....
John Stanton last decade
Ledum Pal is the homeopathic equivalent of (and acts as)an anti-tetnus shot.

Following is the "copy and paste" from ABC Homeopathy list of symptoms pertaining to LEDUM PAL:

"......tetnus rigidity;injured parts become cold and swollen........"

However, make sure the treatment begins quickly after the injury has taken place.

Pankaj Varma
PANKAJ VARMA last decade
There are a few different remedies for tetanus though -you should prescribe by your unique symptoms.
maria last decade

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