the banerji protocols. are they homeopathic you may ask?
I am a homeopath and I use the Banerji Protocols in my practice every day.
I love them.
They are the most useful tool I have and they are a dear possession for my family as well.
I have a very classical training and this is how I started practising in my own clinic.
I was never taught about the Banerji Protocols, neither had I heard anyone talking about them during my training as a homeopath. I attended two different schools of homeopathy in the UK!
Before meeting Dr Prasanta Banerji in London, I have to say that I did not know much about them.
I was looking to understand more and more, the therapeutic use of remedies as my classical training was not producing the consistent results that I was expecting in my practice.
That is why I started to study further to improve my practice through different methodologies.
MEETING THE BANERJIES
Meeting Dr Prasanta Banerji was an unforgettable experience that transformed my practice and the way that I viewed homeopathy.
Dr Prasanta Banerji was the kindest homeopath and person that I had ever met and despite his success, still he remained a very humble man.
His diagnostic skills were impressive as well as his knowledge of remedies and diseases.
The data collection of all of his cases for research was astonishing and he showed us proof of his success with multiple cases presented with clinical evidence and the progression of his patients, so we could see how his methodology worked.
I have never seen such a detailed account of cases with medical records to contrast the progress of the patients one after another, yet he kept producing them with ease, and this was only a very small sample of the massive amounts of data and cases he held.
Back home, I could not stop thinking about what I have learnt and I was impressed by the success rates. I started to think that this was what I was missing, this was exactly what I was looking for. From that day, the Banerji Protocols were introduced in my practice and I have never looked back.
They deliver case after case, and I could not do without them.
My own family loves the Banerji Protocols including my dog Nico! Who has been helped by them already with only a couple of months into our family.
My patients also love the protocols because they see results.
MYTHS ABOUT THE BANERJI PROTOCOLS
As I scrolled through the internet, I became horrified to see the misinformation that was populating homeopathic groups about the Banerji Protocols and their use.
But most importantly the myths that were formed about them.
So my intention here is to set things straight for those that are looking to improve their health with homeopathy but they are wary of using the Banerji Protocols because of what they may read online.
I would like to dispel some myths that are circulating around about this methodology in homeopathy and encourage everyone to use them.
Nevertheless, the Banerji Protocols are part of a process that needs to be monitored for changes and adjustments like any other homeopathic methodology.
The efficacy of the protocols depends on the correct diagnosis, correct dosing and other factors like constitution, existence of other health problems and other individual conditions of the patient.
The Banerjies themselves, follow up the cases to assess progress.
The Banerji Protocols, is a methodology that needs to be understood to give the best results. Using the Banerji Protocols, are best when used under the supervision of a homeopath for chronic conditions or complex cases.
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Cristina Villacorta is a homeopath dedicated to helping everyone to find better health with homeopathy from her clinic and online worldwide via Zoom. She is also conducting a homeopathic study in chronic recurrent illnesses in children. She writes blogs aimed for people who want to self prescribe homeopathy to improve their health. To keep up with her posts, follow Cristina on Facebook, Pinterest and subscribe to her blog.