Review on “The Banerji Protocols- A new method of treatment with homoeopathic medicines”

“The Banerji Protocols- A new method of treatment with homoeopathic medicines”

Reviewed by Dr Mansoor Ali 

Full name : The Banerji Protocols- A new method of treatment with homoeopathic medicines
Authors : Dr Prasanta Banerji & Dr Pratip Banerji
Pages : 176
Price: Rs 1200
Published by Dr Prasanta Banerji Homoeopathic Research Foundation

The prescription of specific homoeopathic medicines, in specific potencies and dosages with frequent repetition and also in combination with other medicines – that is Banerji Protocol.

This book projecting on how the process of treatment with homoeopathic medicines can be simplified, standardized and replicable in terms of the present day needs of the society.

In the clinics of their research foundation, they do not practice classical homeopathy. They have developed a method of treatment in which specific medicines are prescribed for specific diseases. Diseases are diagnosed using modern state-of-the-art scientific methods.

This is done because modern diagnostic approaches incorporate and help in the selection of medicines so that specific medicines can be easily prescribed for specific diseases. With the passage of time and the availability of new diagnostic tools like ultrasonography, magnetic resonance imaging, cancer biomarkers and other advanced tests, we have been able to further streamline the treatment protocols.

The efficacy of this approach is reflected by the encouraging results of our new method of treatment, which they call the “Banerji Protocols.”

They often combine two potentized medicines and use the combination in practice. This combination of two potentized medicines is made in a meaningful way based on years of clinical observations by us. Medicines are combined for special advantages in treatment so that the aggravation due to the medicines can be checked, side effects of the medicines abated, and quick and uneventful recovery can be ensured in a much shorter time.

There are three steps in selection of remedy

  1. First line of medicines
  2. Second line of remedies
  3. Third line of medicines – if above two fails

Five types of Homoeopathic medicines prescribed

  1. Mother tincture in liquid form
  2. Liquid potentised medicines
  3. Globules
  4. Medicines in powder form
  5. Tablets

Combination of two potentised medicines served in one bottle – address to globule one after another

According to authors – Many problems with classical homoeopathy

  1. A patient examined by different homoeopaths in the same day will yield different medicines
  2. Classical homoeopathy limits number of patients – can exam six to eight only per day
  3. Lack of standardised treatment protocols has stalled scientific validation
  4. The curriculum of the study in homoeopathy medical colleges are not producing competent doctors
  5. Students are taught more philosophy and less practical application

As mentioned in this book Banerji Protocols not following Cardinal principles of homoeopathy such as law of Simila, Law of complex, law of minimum, Theory chronic disease, theory of vital force – still they are using homoeopathy medicines – but guaranteeing a cure.

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