If there is something I love about the Banerji Protocols is the simplicity of their system. One of the protocols that I use more frequently in my practice is the Banerji Protocol for eczema in adults or children. As you can see, eczema and Psoriasis protocols overlap, and there is a good reason for it!
Before working with the Banerji Protocols, working with skin issues was much more complex. Navigating through the different layers made the skin often flare up and made it uncomfortable for the patient and me.
I can only say that the Banerjies are into something good and very clever! Their skin protocols target the problem’s root while simultaneously providing therapeutic relief by working on two different layers simultaneously. Their results are very effective and very gentle.
A CASE FROM MY PRACTICE FOR HOMEOPATHIC EZCEMA AND PSORIASIS RELIEF
One of the patients where this was the case, was Emily.
Emily had developed Pustular Psoriasis in her hands, feet and leg, and problems began to arise, such as when she was told that it could not be 100% fully cured with traditional medicine.
And the second problem was that the medication she was going to be given was very strong, so she began to consider other options.
One of the things that most scared Emily was that the nurse asked her if she wanted to have children. When she said that she did, the conversation that followed was difficult to hear, and in short, she stated that the properties of the medicine were not great to be taking if she wanted to conceive.
It saddens me to hear that so many people don’t even know if the other options available to treat conditions are, in fact, natural treatment that is effective. In my practice, I welcome both patients who take conventional medication and those who don’t. Have a look at this blog to find homeopathic remedies for different skin conditions.
But let’s hear what happened, this was the case!
When she came to see me, her hands and the sole of her feet were covered in itchy psoriasis; for those of you who know what it’s like to have this type of psoriasis… you’ll know the struggle!
Imagine constantly having itchy skin, cracking yellow pustules, and painful blistering all the time; that is not only physically painful but also draining to constantly walk on cuts that itch and burn whenever you walk!
I know…. all the uncomfortable symptoms of this type of psoriasis!
BANERJI PROTOCOL FOR ECZEMA AND PSORIASIS
- Hepar Sulph 200 every other day and Arsenicum album 200c twice daily or one dose every other day.
You can also start with Arsenicum Album 6c twice daily if the itch is not too severe.
- Graphites 200 every 3rd day to replace the Hepar Sulph 200 if the first one is the first to improve.
You must wait eight weeks to be able to reassess if the protocol is helping.
Learning to understand how to reassess symptoms is very important! Just knowing how to take a protocol is not enough, and I can see many patients that have been on protocols and have left them because they thought they were not helping. But the problem sometimes was that they struggled to understand if anything was helping as they did not have a plan of action that they could use to reassess.
You can learn how to dose the remedies and protocols and follow them up with my own programme; you will learn with logic and build your confidence! You can choose from 3 different programmes to suit your own needs.
IN HER OWN WORDS
So, where is she now? Why don’t I let Emily tell you “I have now been undergoing treatment for two years, and I can solemnly say it was the right decision; I only have a small patch of psoriasis left on one foot I have managed it, and I will continue to manage it with only homeopathy.”
You read that right! An incredibly complex condition like Pustular psoriasis was managed solely by homeopathic remedies, without any need for medication!), some of the remedies that she had received were part of this Banerji Protocol, and some others were added over the whole period she was under homeopathic care.
“I find the treatment very effective, and I feel good knowing that I do not have to use steroid cream or immune suppressants, which are both strong prescription drugs.”
This case shows that although sometimes-complex cases are difficult to follow, good results can be achieved! But patience is required in the process.
I will always be honest with my patients and let them know that everyone gets better at their own pace, and with such a deep chronic problem as Psoriasis, unfortunately, it is not from one day to the next that you are going to see results.
However, I assure my patients that if they give me their commitment, I will invest my time, care and expertise to help them live the best possible life.