Tetanus and Homeoprophylaxis (Clostridium Tetani Bacteria)
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Homeoprophylaxis for tetanus is a safe and proven effective method. Homeopathic remedies will also help a person with the chicken pox to relieve their symptoms, effectively and naturally.
- Tetanus Toxic Nosode (supervision required)
The Tetanus Toxic Nosode available through the Homeoprophylaxis Program (HP) under supervision by certified Homeopath in HP.
- The Tetanus Toxic Nosode is used to build the immune system before exposure to the Tetanus and during any epidemic as a prevention.
What Is Tetanus?
Tetanus lives in soil, and therefore patients with dog or cat bites need a tetanus shot because the animals have dirt in their mouths. The microorganism is causing the tetanus disease is the bacteria Clostridium Tetani. The bacteria itself is harmless on its own, but releases toxin in the body and affects the nervous system.
Homeopathic Remedies For Tetanus
This can be a very serious disease – contact your doctor or medical clinic immediately if tetanus symptoms develop.
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- Ledum – the #1 Homeopathic Remedy Used In Acute Tetanus
Ledum is always the first choice to give to help prevent tetanus (also for Lyme Disease from tic bites). It has been used for many yeas as an immediate prophylactic (prevention) for getting the disease after any puncture wound or deep insect bite or sting. We recommend 3 doses either 2 pills dry dissolved under the tongue or doses given in water. We suggest using a 30C or 200C potency of Ledum with dry dosing or water dosing immediately at the time of the injury, scrape, bite, etc. Ledum doses should be given 3 times a day for 3 days.
- Arsenicum Album
Tetanus with attempt to commit suicide by hanging. Spasms with frightful contortions of the limbs. Pronounced septicemia – severe blood infection.
Fear, anxiety, tension of muscles, tingling and numbness.
- Angustura Vera
In tetanus, traumatic or otherwise, when there is spasmodic twitching or jerking of muscles – catalepsy, with body bent backward. Convulsions. Twitching and jerking along the back, like electric shocks.
Tetanus of infants. Twitching. Sudden startling. Dilated pupils. Staring eyes. Severe convulsions. Rigidity of throat muscles. Jerking of the limbs and severe tension of the muscles.
Is indicated in tetanic convulsions with showing of the teeth from drawing up of the corner of the mouth. Deathly coldness.
- Cicuta Virosa
In sudden rigidity with jerking; violent distortion, followed by utter prostration, tonic spasms renewed by touch. Great oppression of breathing, lock-jaw, face dark red, froth at the mouth, severe tension of the muscles , loss of consciousness. In suppurating wounds or when the discharge of pus is stopped.
- Cuprum Metallicum
Spasms with loss of consciousness which may be due to trauma or to injury from sharp weapons. Paleness of face, contraction of the jaw, frothing of the mouth, jerking of the limbs and severe tension of the muscles (opisthotonos).
- Hydrocyanic Acid
In persistent tonic spasms, especially of the muscles of face, jaws and back, embarrassed respiration with bruising and frothing of the mouth. Firm rigidity of the limbs and body and is bent backward.
With excruciating pains in the wounds. It should be given as a prophylactic in newly born children whose navels present unhealthiness.
In lock jaw and spasms of the larynx with blueness from asphyxia and the patient sleeps into the paroxysm.
- Nux Vomica
Sudden, violent, involuntary contraction of the muscles of the body, can be accompanied by loss of consciousness. Distortion of eyes, of face, with shortness of breath. Renewal of spasms by slightest touch, light or noise. It should be especially thought of when the consciousness is retained.
- Passiflora Inc
Specific for tetanus. It should be given in ten drop doses of mother tincture. It has extreme rigidity of the muscles of the neck and shoulders with difficulty in swallowing. Peculiar sardonic smile and cry.
Sudden, violent, involuntary contraction of the muscles of the body. Inability to precisely control bodily movements. Numbness in paralyzed parts, cramping pains in limbs. Fibrillary tremors.
In suppurating wound or when discharge of pus has ceased.
Sudden, violent, involuntary contraction of the muscles of the body. Convulsions worse from touch and light. Mind confused with mania.
Convulsion with constriction of the chest. It may be tried when Nux Vomica fails.
- Veratrum Album
Lock jaw with spasms of the glottis, constriction of the chest amounting almost to suffocation. The hands and feet are drawn inwards and the pupils are contracted. Here convulsions are secondary to an exhausting disease whereas in Strychnium they are primary.