The Banerji family has a muli-generational lineage of homeopathy in India going back for well over a century. Due to the number of cases they see and the meticulous notes that have been kept, they have noticed certain patterns and consequently began developing protocols for certain conditions. In the book by Prasanta and Pratip Banerji, they are very clear that this is not classical homeopathy, even though they are using homeopathic remedy preparations.The Banerji protocols do not follow the Cardinal Principles of classical Homeopathy such as the Law of Similia, Simplex, or Minimum. Banerji Protocols also are not aligned with the Theories of Chronic Disease or Vital Force. These major deltas may put a classical homeopathic practitioner at odds with a "practical" or Banerji protocol practitioner.
I have a growing collection of homeopathy books now and have read The Banerji Protocols book cover to cover multiple times and each time, I feel like I am noticing something that feels new - like I glossed over it the first time? Or just so much great information that it is impossible to absorb fully even in multiple readings (unlless one has a didectic memory, in which case only one read would be necessary...)
Nimesha Parekh has also published Remedies of The Banerji Protocols - Materia Medica.
Banerji Protocol for the v!ruzzz which shall not be named includes a prophylacic protocol and predates the variants. This protocol has been shared widely online including Dr. Prasanta Banerji Homoeopathic Research Foundation's page.
Popular practitioners of Banerji protocols:
"Joepathy" is another nonclassical use of homeopathic remedies.
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