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Thuja & Silicea dosage for pre/post pet vaccination?

I have a 16 week old puppy that has had zero vaccinations so far. I wish to follow Shultz's minimalistic protocol and vaccinate against Parvo and then Distemper/Adeno once only with a booster in one year.

After doing some homework I purchased Thuja 30c and Silicea 200ck tablets.

I am uncertain what dosage I should give my pup prior to and after he is vaccinated.

Thank you
[message edited by Brianosaur on Sat, 02 May 2015 19:37:12 BST]
  Brianosaur on 2015-05-02
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
You wait and see how the puppy is after the vaccination.

Remedies are based on symptoms. He may have no issues at
all or if he does then the remedy is chosen for what
those are.
simone717 8 years ago
Several articles I read mentioned giving both pre and post vaccination.. I assume the idea is not to treat any issues that arise but to prevent them in the first place.
Brianosaur 8 years ago
Homeopathy does not work that way.

Remedies when they match symptoms are a second
disease- introduced because the body will not
accept a close similar. The body reacts by
raising the life force to clear everything out
of balance.

Homeopathy is not a preventative- it is always
based on symptoms. When you don't need a remedy
then the medicine has nothing to do but cause
new symptoms or it does nothing.

So you wait, and if there is a problem, then
you address that specific problem and use the
medicines in the correct way. A lot of people
have wrong ideas about how this works, and think
homeopathy can be a preventative for certain
diseases, or a supplement. There is no valid reason
to do this.
simone717 8 years ago

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