Nosodes are obtained from: 

Microbial cultures, 


Antitoxic-serums or Vaccines, 

Pathological secretions of a specific disease.  

They are sterilised and potentized. 
      Auto Nosodes come from the same sick person to whom it is applied.  Nosodes came into Homoeopathic Materia Medica during HAHNEMANN’s time itself.  HAHNEMANN reported the proving of Psorinum in STAPF’s Archiv 13 (1833) 3, 163-187.  Subsequently HERING (1800-1880) introduced many Nosodes.  Samuel SWAN (1814 - 1893) made much contribution in this regard. 
      Nosodes are used as iso- or homoeo- therapeutically on the basis of their symptom-similarity corresponding to the Law of Similars (as far as they have been proved and the remedy pictures thus obtained); also on their actual ætiology (e.g. Pertussinum in a patient who had suffered from Whooping Cough); their anamnestic history (e.g. Pertussinum in an asthmatic whose sufferings date back to a suppressed, apparently healed Whooping Cough). 
      Nosodes generally are applied in treatment of the chronically ill only in infrequent doses (as a rule, only once or twice during a treatment), only in (different) high potencies (30, 200, M) and only in combination with the appropriate homoeo-therapeutic medicine. 
      According to the French School a Tuberculin should never be employed without an earlier  (three weeks) drainage so as to avoid an abrupt preliminary aggravation (toxin elimination crisis‌). 
      The “drainage” remedies used by the French School are: Berberis (Kidney function remedy: T.residuum), Bryonia (Rheumatism: T. residuum), Crataegus (sudden, abrupt weakness: T Denys), Ignatia (Depression: Tuberculinum), Nux vomica, (Neurasthenia, sudden affections: Tuberculinum, T. Denys), Pulsatilla (variability: Tuberculinum, T .Denys, T. Marmorek) Rhus tox (Fibrosis, rheumatic complaints: T. Residuum) Solidago (Kidney function remedy: T. Marmorek, T. residuum); where one of these remedies or homoeopsoric like Arsenicum, Calcarea phosphoricum, Iodum, Kali carbonicum, Natrum muriaticum, Phosphorus, Sepia, Silicea seem indicated, it points to, not seldom, a tuberculinic disease. 
The most important Nosodes in “psoric”, “syphilitic” or “sycotic” diseases are: 

Anthracinum                          From the secretion of Anthrax Carbuncle

Botulinum                               Toxin of Clostridium Botulinum from spoiled Pork

Brucella Melitensis                  Extract from cultures of different microbial stocks

Carcinosinum                          Believed to be from Carcinoma of breast. 
Colibacillinum                         Lysates from different microbial stocks 
Diphtherinum                          Diphtheria toxin 
Diphtherotoxinum                   Filtered toxin of a di-bacilli culture 
Eberthinum                             Bacteriolysate from cultures of many stocks of Typhoid 
Enterococcinum                      Bacteriolysate cultured from different stocks of Enterococcinum 
Bacillus Morgan                           

Bacillus Proteus                     

Bacillus No.7                          Intestinal Nosodes of Paterson

Bacillus Gaertner                    They are dilutions of bacterial cultures obtained from faeces    

Bacillus Dysenteriae               inoculated with common cultures 
Bacillus Sycoccus                   
Bacillus No.10                                                                        
Bacillus Faecalis            
Gonotoxinum                          Isotonic common salt suspension of Gonococci cultures 
Influenzinum                           From virus stocks (Singapore A.5 and A.P.R.8) without adding Alumen 
Influenzinum-nosodes (6)       by Dr. NEBEL, combination of many; but not available anymore 
Leptospira                               Lysate of Leptospira ictero -hemorragiae 
Luesinum                                From serous fluid of a Syphilitic Chancre 
Lyssinum                                 From Saliva of a Rabid dog 
Malandrinum                           From the exudates of Malandra of horses untreated by antiseptics 
Malaria officinalis                   Vegetable Nosode from decomposed marsh-peat 
Malleinum                               Bacteriolysate from the nasal secretion of Glanders of horse 
Medorrhinum                          From purulent urethral secretion of different gonorrhoeal patients 
Meningococcinum                   Bacteriolysate from Meningococcal culture 
Monilia Albicans                     Bacteriolysate of a culture of Monilia albicans 
Morbillinum                            From buccopharyngeal exudate of an untreated Measles patient 

Mucor Mucedo                       Bacteriolysate obtained through isolation and transplanting the mushroom Mucor Mucedo from the culture medium in temperature of 25° C 

Paratyphoidinum B                 Bacteriolysate from Paratyphoid - B culture 
Penicillinum                            From the Na. Salt of Benzylpenicillin 
Pertussinum                             Bacteriolysate from the Sputum of an untreated Whooping Cough patient 
Psorinum                                 From the purulent serum of an Itch vesicle of a patient suffering from Scabies 
Pyrogenium                             Fluid extract from putrified Beef rectified by alcohol precipitate 
Scarlatinum                             From desquamated Scabs of a Scarlet Fever patient 
Staphylococcinum                   Bacteriolysate of cultures of many stocks 

Streptococcinum                     Bacteriolysate of cultures of Streptococcus Pyogenus and                                  Streptococcus Marcy 433, 434.

Strepto-entero-coccinum         Bacteriolysate of cultures of Strepto-entero-coccus or Enterococcus proteiformis (a species of Streptococcus faecalis) obtained from gingiva 
Tuberculinum (Koch)              Glycerin extract of cultures of Human and Bovine sources 
T. Aviaire                                From cultures of Tubercle Bacilli of birds 
T.Bacillinum (Burnett)            From Tuberculous Sputa containing Koch’s bacilli

T. B.C.G.                                Suspension of live microbes from cultures of artificially

                                                attenuated stocks designated under this name by Calmette and 

T. Denys                                  Broth filtrate of Tubercle Bacilli injected into a Porpoise

T. Marmorek                           From Anti-toxic serum

T.Residuum                             Glycerin emulsion containing water-insoluble principles of the Tubercle Bacilli 

T. Spengler                              Immune body obtained from the blood of an immunized Rabbit according to Spengler 

Vaccinotoxinum                      From Anti-variolic Vaccine 
Variolinum                              Microbial lysate from serous fluid of Small Pox pustules.

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