Joette Calabrese, HMC, CCH, RSHom(Na)
April 10th, 2016 | 64 Comments
**Update: Lately, I’ve been hearing from students and clients from North America and Europe that Molluscum Contagiosum is going around many communities. Molluscum Contagiosum is a viral infection that often affects children, resulting in numerous wart-like bumps.
I am amending this previous post to give you the following protocol specific for this condition. I have used these medicines for years with success, but after having observed the specific potencies and frequencies mentioned below at the Banerji Research Foundation, I amended my method slightly, in order to embrace the Banerji Protocols more specifically.
So far, I have yet to learn of a single case in which this has not been successful. Here it is:
Antimonium crudum 200C, one dose every other day until they have disappeared. If they return at a later date, repeat.
If, after a few weeks of using this medicine, there are no changes at all (and I mean absolutely no improvement), the second line of action may be followed. And that is:
Thuja occidentalis 30C, one dose, twice a day.
**These two medicines are not used in tandem.
If you plan to dress up as a witch this Halloween, you might want a big wart on your nose. But in real life, warts are embarrassing.
Some are hard and pointy. Others are fleshy and slightly raised. Some have stalks burrowed deep into the skin. They can be painful or may bleed, and they may present on the feet, knees, fingers and/or face.
Whatever form they take, you want ’em gone as soon as possible.
Conventional treatments freeze, burn, poison or dig out the wart. These outmoded methods might offer varying degrees of success, but often cause scarring, and in many cases the warts re-grow like errant weeds.
But more importantly, warts are caused by a virus, and their appearance may indicate a lowered immune system, so by overtly removing them, the problem is far from gone.
The presence of warts may indicate a deeper illness, possibly even something that has been suppressed.
Simply removing the warts by the slash and burn method does not correct the underlying weakness.
Homeopathy has a history of providing a means to clear the flaw from the skin with the intention of uprooting the underlying problem.
As per the Banerji Protocols, here are methods I observed in Kolkata:
- Antimonium crud 6 mixed with Arsenicum album 200 every other day.
- For those cases that do not respond to this protocol, especially for warts that are fleshy, soft and sometimes situated on a stalk, Thuja occidentalis 30, taken twice per day.
Thuja is prepared from arborvitae, a common shrub in the cypress family. In addition to taking homeopathic Thuja orally, I have a huge arborvitae tree in my yard, and I have made a tincture from the leaves.
In tincture form, I pack the leaves in a glass amber jar. Pour 80-proof vodka, (Devil’s Spring is readily found) grain alcohol or brandy over the leaves to the top of the amber jar and allow the mixture to set for a fortnight, as they say in the old herbal books.
Then decant the liquid into a small amber bottle with a pipette for easy application.
I have used this method topically, applying the tincture to the wart several times daily. This method will not eat away at or freeze the wart, and from many reports from my students, this method has been found to be useful in shrinking the wart over a period of many weeks or months.
A less expensive and self-empowering alternative to over-the-counter chemicals and freezing compounds!
One caution to keep in mind, however: some skin cancers can look similar to warts, so if you have any doubt of what you are dealing with, it would be wise to get a firm diagnosis from a dermatologist before going forward.
Homeopathy can help assure that the only warts in your life are found on the end of witches’ noses.
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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.