Tetanus and Homeopathy: Learn about Ledum and Hypericum

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 Homeopathy and Tetanus: Learn about Ledum and Hypericum Join Sue as she talks about the dreaded disease of Tetanus.  She shares about the tetanus duo, Hypericum and Ledum, and gives you her protocol for how to use these remedies when a puncture wound happens.

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  1. Awesome teaching!

  2. Now I don’t have to live in fear of tetanus. Thank you so much.

  3. Exciting and empowering to know what to do for tetanus. Love the real life examples and explanations of the remedies Hypericum and Ledum,and tidbits about other situations where these remedies are useful.

  4. How many of each for a child? He’s gonna be 8 50lbs. 30c or 200c

  5. Sally Tutor says

    I was thankful to find this. We have first responders in the family, and there is the constant suggestion to get a tetanus shot.

  6. Thank you!

  7. Thank you so much for this podcast about Tetanus. I just left the Dr. office where I had to sign a release of liability when I refused a tetanus vaccine for my 6yr. old son who sustained a gouge wound today while playing in the yard. Despite my previous research which led me not to vaccinate I left the Dr. office questioning my decision and needing to research all over again. This podcast was so reassuring and was exactly what i needed to to hear. Thank you!

  8. Heather Smallwood says

    Finding this podcast this evening has been a God send!!!!

  9. Is three days past a puncture wound too late to start Ledum and hypericum?

  10. Thank you so much for this! Is there a particular protocol to give as a preventative when a puncture wound occurs? Is there a protocol to follow before any symptoms occur to prevent the tetanus? I know that normally you don’t give homeopathy when there are no symptoms present, but I’d like to know if this is one you might do ahead of time. And how would you give it since you don’t have symptoms present to know when to stop?

    • Joy Rhodes says

      Hi Amanda! Sue recommends alternating a dose of ledum and hypericum after a puncture wound whether there are symptoms or not and observe. Hope this helps! -Joy, Sue’s assistant

      • Hi! My son (4 yes old – 35 lbs) got a deep cut on his feet from metal. It’s been 30 Hours now. No symptoms but I wonder if I should give him the hypericum and how should I give it to him ? Oral? Help please!!

        • Hi Franciane! We can’t give client advice over the internet but the handout has some instructions on the podcast, I recommend downloading it!

  11. Michele Frazier says

    So glad I found you. Have a horse with puncher wound on her chest. New to homeopathy, but do have hypericum, Ledum & Arnica on hand 30c. Have given them to her twice now. I washed the wound with calendula tea. There is a good deal of swelling, don’t known what to do for that.

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