Joette Calabrese, HMC, CCH, RSHom(Na)
February 14th, 2016 | 28 Comments
It strikes fear.
It ruins relationships.
It causes pain and suffering.
Most importantly, it’s prevalent; epidemic even.
First, allow me to clarify that I am by no means an expert on the daunting subject of Herpes of any strain. But since I’m privy to having worked closely with the Drs. Banerji and have witnessed the use of their Type 2 Herpes protocols, I would be remiss if I didn’t share what I have learned.
So I’ve decided that despite the forthcoming criticisms I will likely receive regarding my audacity to write on this sensitive subject, I will offer this information anyway.
Some things just need to be said.
Before I begin, however, allow me another caveat. I want to reiterate that Homeopathy is not a word that describes holistic medicine. It is not herbalism, supplement therapy, home remedies nor vitamins.
Within these categories, it is acceptable to give something a try on a whim, in the hopes it will make a difference. This is not so with Homeopathy. Instead, I urge my students and readers to be absolutely certain of what they are treating.
This means that in order to approach a condition such as genital herpes, it is prudent to have an authentic diagnosis. If what someone believed was genital herpes turned out to be jock itch, some other fungal infection or eczema instead, the protocol I’m about to share with you, if used repeatedly, could actually cause the symptoms it was intended to remove. It wouldn’t cause herpes, but could cause symptoms that might resemble it.
Remember, that’s how Homeopathy works: it employs substances that in their gross form cause sufferings, while the homeopathic formula of super dilution and succession cures them.
This means it needs to be used with that in mind, and not as a just-in-case method of treatment.
In an effort to understand how Homeopathy acts in chronic illness, I urge you to go to my Podcast #12 and listen to my explanation, which offers a deeper understanding of the topic. It will help you interpret what and how symptoms are represented.
Having clarified that, here is the Banerji Protocol for Genital Herpes. Promise me you will use it judiciously, and only after receiving a true diagnosis from a qualified practitioner:
1) Camphor 200, one dose for one day only for anyone over the age of 12 months old. (This is used to help clear the case and essentially clear the slate.)
2) Mercurius solubilis (or Mercurius vivus )200c, twice daily.
3) Arsenicum album 200c, twice daily.
In some cases, amelioration is reported within days while in others, there’s simply a lessening of presenting symptoms. Still, others report that the eruptions continue to occur but are less intense, shorter in duration and the episodes are fewer and far between.
Hence, the speed and depth of this protocol is dependent on such factors as the amount of suppression from drug use in the past, the immunity of the person and drugs the sufferer may presently be taking.
So there you have it. A complex subject distilled into a simpler one. Many thanks to the Drs. Banerji and their cumulative practical experience of 150 years.
Now go take care of your family and community and spread the word.
Joette is not a physician and the relationship between Joette and her clients is not of prescriber and patient, but as educator and client. It is fully the client's choice whether or not to take advantage of the information Joette presents. Homeopathy doesn't "treat" an illness; it addresses the entire person as a matter of wholeness that is an educational process, not a medical one. In order to be treated or diagnosed, Joette believes that the advice of a holistic physician is in order.