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Nailing MRSA with Homeopathy

Joette Calabrese, HMC, CCH, RSHom(Na)

November 27th, 2016  |  22 Comments

 

Hammer and nails on wood

MRSA is short for Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus. It is basically a specific strain of the Staph bacteria; one that adapts quickly to suppressants, especially antibiotics.

This means that if you take one round of antibiotics for MRSA, this bacteria has a history of adapting and becoming resistant to that particular antibiotic, which usually leads to the doctor prescribing another round of stronger antibiotics.*

Now, if you have MRSA, I’m not saying that you don’t go to a doctor. Indeed, they at least have to diagnose it, and perhaps you want to be under their observation while dealing with this condition, but what if you don’t have a doctor nearby? What if medical facilities are not available? What would you do?

Wouldn’t it be wise to prepare? Right here and right now, we can learn how to become more self-reliant and independent—how to brush up on our skills should we face unexpected health challenges.

So if I had MRSA, this is what I would do.

My wonderful friends, the Drs. Banerji, have a protocol for this condition:

But I also learned from another renowned homeopath and my teacher of 5 years, Dr. Ramakrishnan, that one can employ:

I have seen both protocols work, but I must admit that I have had a lot more experience with the Aurum arsenicum protocol, as I learned it years before I began the Banerji Protocols.

I have yet to see it fail. Let me share one such experience.

My cousin was nailing on a roof to his home when he accidentally whacked his thumb with a hammer in the process. He cleaned it when he came down from the roof, and never gave it another thought. It became painful over a period of days, and soon it was clear that it had become infected. He was scrupulously clean and cared for it consistently, but it got worse and worse.

In short order, he went to the doctor who diagnosed it as MRSA. I’m sure we all know that he was given an antibiotic for a period of time that I don’t recall (but I dare say this round of antibiotics lasted weeks.) The MRSA infection simmered down a bit, but then it came back with more intensity. 

And this repeated over a period of many months: Antibiotic, the infection waned, then MRSA would flare; antibiotic, wane, flare. Until finally one day he called me. He asked if I knew what could be done, and I told him about my favorite protocol of that time: Aurum arsenicum 6.

It took about four days for the color to return and the pain to minimize, and about two more weeks for the pain to be permanently gone. He continue until the wound and its infection was completely clear. Meanwhile, I urged him to have his doctor look at it regularly, which he did.

And THAT is how we nailed MRSA.  

Jot down these protocols and tuck them away in your personal notes.  We never know when an infection might become a threat and to have such important information at your finger tips is the best way…the only way to own your and your family’s health care.

Warmly,

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Footnote:

* http://www.webmd.com/skin-problems-and-treatments/understanding-mrsa#1

 

 

 

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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.



 

22 thoughts on “Nailing MRSA with Homeopathy”

  1. Kathy says:

    Thank you so very much! My youngest son acquired MRSA August of 2008. Two hospital stays of 4 days each… a reaction to the Vancomycin being administered through a “pic line” Finally a doctor determined he had an allergic reaction A very scary time. I will made note of your suggestions, hopefully I will not need them, but I’m thankful to have a way to attack MRSA should we ever need it in the future. Thank you for your work!

  2. Amber says:

    Fantastic, Joette! My mother has recurring mrsa infections. I also have marcons, triple abx resistant. Any idea if the protocol above is effective for that, as well?
    Thank you!

    1. Joette Calabrese, HMC, CCH, RSHom(Na) says:

      I wouldn’t consider this a treatment for abx resistance, but rather for a specific kind of soft tissue infection when it presents.

      1. Debbie says:

        So, do you think it would help heal MARCONS? My family is also dealing with this and we really want to avoid the BEG spray that is so harsh! I’m even having trouble tolerating a more natural spray.

  3. Mindy Evans says:

    Thanks so much! Wonderful information and remedy to have on hand for when needed.

  4. Rachel B. says:

    Joette,

    Where in the U. S. can one purchase Aurum Arsenicum, or online for delivery in the U.S.? The link in your blog post above points to Arsenicum album.

    1. Joette Calabrese, HMC, CCH, RSHom(Na) says:

      I linked to Helios in England because they have Aurum arsenicum. You’ll have difficulty finding it in the U.S.

      1. Sherri says:

        If you are ordering from OHM Pharma, you will find the spelling of Aurum Arsenicosum. It is the same remedy.

  5. Paula says:

    Hi Joette,

    In the Banerji’s protocol, on the days you give the Hepar Sulphur, does it have to be taken at a different time from when you are taking the Hypericum+Arsenicum mixture; or can you take the three of them together?

    Thanks so much for sharing this,

    Paula

    1. Joette Calabrese, HMC, CCH, RSHom(Na) says:

      Its a good idea to space homeopathic medicines apart from each other by about 15-30 minutes.

  6. Lynne says:

    You say Aurum Arsenicum 6 — is that 6x, 6c? Thanks! I will be bookmarking this!

    1. Joette Calabrese, HMC, CCH, RSHom(Na) says:

      I don’t say whether its x or c because it depends on where you live and what you can find.

  7. hallie says:

    i’ve had reoccurring staph infections over the last 14 months. The doctor assumed the first infection (an abscess in the breast) was MRSA but never had it officially tested. Every 3-4 months or so i get a new infection (abscess, boil, impetigo, etc). Would i do this protocol to get the staph out of my body completely? for how long would i want to continue it?

    1. Joette Calabrese, HMC, CCH, RSHom(Na) says:

      This protocol is specific for MRSA. When it comes to abscesses you might want to read about that on this blog. Use the word “abscess” in the search bar and you’ll find info specific to abscesses and boils.

  8. Will says:

    I’m amazed that Aur-ar would work here; I don’t see the rationale unless the patient is depressed, anxious and with a tuberculous or syph constitution.
    Aur salts affect all the internal organs, of course, and aur-ar is known to increase the appetite which might help (hence its use in other diseases).

    As we know, homeopathic prescriptions need to be well matched to the patient and how they react, rather than to the ‘disease’ itself. For that reason, the people asking for help with MARCONS should really, really try to get a full homeopathic consult rather than trying to pick up cure-all tips on the web (would you try do-it-yourself surgery based on web advice?!). Marcons would almost certainly need a constitutional approach, focussed on the individual patient.

    For staph, ant-c is the only high-rated remedy in Murphy’s repertory – and that’s a remarkable remedy for every thing from pneumonia to dental abcess. If indicated.

    I often wonder how many visually diagnosed cases of “MRSA” are in fact spider bites, which would account for why they don’t respond to antibiotics. The huge destruction of tissue I see in web pictures for both conditions seems to have more to do with overly enthusiatic and uninformed surgery than the conditions themselves (look carefully, you’ll see the scalpel tracks).
    I concede it’s more likely in the case you report here that the sepsis was acquired from the trauma (Bellis maybe?)

    The appearance tends to be hot, red, rapid, destructive, and in need of good circulation as well as resilience. I’d be thinking of other remedies such as potencies of belladonna or pyrogenum, the snakebites (as appropriate), maybe myristica, etc etc. You’d really need to get in underneath it.
    Yes, the higher potency of hepar would have similar expulsive effect to high silica, and hypericum is good for the healing phase in fingers where the nerves need repair.
    Arsenicum alb – if you have an arsenicum type patient certainly (anxiety, easily exhausted, restless, nightly aggravation, suffocated), and it is indicated for sepsis (with bad odour) & again burning pains (“burning like fire”, better for heat).

    Aur-ar? As a specific for MSRA per se? Tenuous, but intriguing. Sometimes one does have specific remedies in contagion, where the disease has a stronger pattern than the individual, and that could apply here I suppose. I wouldn’t want people to be disappointed from using it where it isn’t well-indicated.
    How does Dr. Ramakrishnan justify his insight?

    1. Joette Calabrese, HMC, CCH, RSHom(Na) says:

      Reproducible clinical observation.

    2. Cathy Munoz says:

      What is the protocol for ant-c to root out staph? I have been have recurring breakouts of staph since 2013. It started in my nose and when treated by alopathic topical meds, left my nose and now covers my chin, neck and sometimes migrates to my chest. I’m done with the topical med! I want to root it out.

  9. Julia Orozco says:

    Joette, it says which products to take and how many times a day, but how many “pellets” do you do each time you take it ?

    1. Courtney Ingham says:

      The outside of the bottle tells you how many pills equal a dose.

  10. Karen Dean says:

    Is this the same protocol for MRSA in the sinuses ?

    1. Joette Calabrese, HMC, CCH, RSHom(Na) says:

      I’ve not used it for such so I have no experience.

      1. Joette Calabrese, HMC, CCH, RSHom(Na) says:

        I don’t think I’d use Cina in anything but potency and not in tincture form for small birds. Had my chcikens gotten infected, I would have used 30 or 200.

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