Source Medicine Prophylaxis Programme (Research)
Source Medicine prophylaxis is designed to energetically alert the body’s self-healing mechanisms to a particular pathogen. The intention is not to prevent the disease process but to allow a healthy response to the pathogen, if exposed, and therefore to avoid complications.
Please be advised that these prophylaxis schedules are based on empirical knowledge of the effectiveness of Source Resonances but there is currently no comprehensive research to support the effectiveness of this programme. The childhood schedule has been developed with reference to the U.K. and U.S.A. vaccination schedules.
- Register on our website for First Aid access, if you are not already registered. (Contact us to upgrade your membership if necessary.)
- Check whether the Source Medicine self-help Prophylaxis Programme is suitable for you, using our Screening Questions. Also read through the Self Help Usage Instructions and do contact us with any questions.
- Select the relevant schedule.
- Work through the listed resonances, two per week: listen to each resonance once then watch and wait three days. (To access the audio resonances, go to 'Source Resonances' in the top menu bar and click 'Audio'.)
- Only move on to the next resonance if well.
- If necessary, consult a practitioner.
- Repeat if in high risk situations, if exposed to the infection or if the infection is in the area.
- If you haven’t used the resonance prophylactically and are then exposed to the infection, use the resonance twice, over two days.
|Prophylaxis Booster Schedule||Prophylaxis for Travel||Childbirth Preparation||Infant Schedule||Year 1 Old Schedule||Childhood Boosters, 2 +|
|This schedule is for all adults and for yearly boosters for children and young people.||Use the Booster Schedule plus:||Use the Booster Schedule prior to pregnancy (or following conception).||Start from 4 weeks old||Start from 11 months old.||Use the standard Booster Schedule yearly until leaving school, college or university.|
|For adults under 65 this is recommended every 10 years plus prior to pregnancy (for the whole household), prior to travel or yearly in high risk situations (e.g. health care workers). For over 65’s, see below.||Check which of the following additional resonances are relevant for your destination.||Use the Infant Schedule during the third trimester of pregnancy. This will help to prepare the child prior to birth.||Order can be varied according to what is prevalent locally, but the first four are recommended early for infants.||Repeat the Infant Prophylaxis Schedule then use the following Year 1 Prophylaxis Schedule.||Additional Childhood Boosters, ages 2, 3 and 4 years:|
|This schedule includes some composite resonances with several pathogens addressed at the same time.||SR Releasing Malaria (Plasmodium Parasite)||If infant prophylaxis has not been used during pregnancy, repeat after two months.||SR Releasing Mumps Paramyxovirus||SR Releasing Haemophilus influenzae Type B|
|SR Releasing MMRV: Measles Virus, Mumps Paramyxovirus, Rubella Virus and Varicella zoster Virus (Chickenpox).||SR Releasing Yellow Fever Virus||SR Releasing Corynebacterium diphtheriae (Diphtheria)||SR Releasing Rubella Virus||SR Releasing Poliomyelitis (Poliovirus)|
|SR Releasing DPI: Corynebacterium diphtheriae (Diphtheria), Bordetella pertussis (Whooping Cough) and Influenza Virus.||SR Releasing Salmonella typhi (Typhoid Fever)||SR Releasing Bordetella pertussis (Whooping Cough)||SR Releasing Varicella Zoster (Chickenpox and Shingles)||Childhood Catch-up Schedule:|
|SR Releasing Hepatitis A, B and C Viruses||SR Releasing Cholera (Vibrio cholerae)||SR Releasing Rotavirus||SR Releasing Hepatitis A Virus||Use Infant and Year 1 Prophylaxis Schedules then yearly Boosters as appropriate.|
|SR Releasing Gastroenteritis Pathogens||SR Releasing Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)||SR Releasing Meningitis Pathogens||SR Releasing Hepatitis C Virus|
|SR Releasing Meningitis Pathogens||SR Releasing Salmonella enterica (Paratyphoid Fever)||SR Releasing Poliomyelitis (Poliovirus)||SR Releasing Mycobacterium tuberculosis (TB)|
|SR Releasing Pneumonia Pathogens||SR Releasing Rabies Virus||SR Releasing Haemophilus influenzae Type B|
|SR Releasing Clostridium tetani (Tetanus).||SR Releasing Japanese Encephalitis Virus||SR Releasing Measles Virus|
|SR Releasing Human Papillomavirus (HPV) - particularly for teens and adults.||SR Releasing Pneumonia Pathogens|
|SR Releasing Influenza Virus|
|Other resonances for infections can also be used prophylactically as required, for instance:||SR Releasing Tetanus (Clostridium tetani)|
|SR Releasing Mycobacterium tuberculosis (TB) - particularly if your family comes from an area with TB.||SR Releasing Hepatitis B Virus|
|SR Releasing Epstein-Barr Virus, particularly for teenagers.|
|SR Releasing Lyme Disease - particularly if exposed to ticks. Use regionally appropriate version.|
|Over 65s: Use the Booster Schedule yearly plus:|
|SR Releasing Haemophilus influenzae Type B|