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Macular Degeneration - Medication Daily Dosis PLEASE, HELP ME

The Banerji protocol for cataracts is Calcarea carbonica 200c mixed with Belladonna 3c , taken once daily for many months.

I got Calcarea Carbonica 200C and Belladona 30C. Please, tell me if they both work the same (I do not have Belladona 3C), and if so, how many pellets of each should I take daily (taken at the same time, or one first, and the other next?). My MD is dry and age related, acute, and just started suddenly. Thank you for your clarification.
[Edited by monalisa2 on 2019-03-27 03:19:17]
 
  monalisa2 on 2019-03-27
This is an internet forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
No, 30c is not a replacement for 3c. If a protocol calls for 3c, you are better off getting the same strength medicine.
 
maheeru 3 months ago
Thank you so much for your answer. Any other suggestions for for a dry Age Related Macular Degeneration? Can I take only Cal-c 200C daily dosis?
 
monalisa2 3 months ago
There may be more than one recommendation for any condition. But if you have chosen to try Banerjee protocol, then give it some time and if it does not help then you can consider other suggestions.
 
maheeru 3 months ago
Hi,

Cataracts are not macular degeneration. I would write
To the banerji organization and ask for a specific
Protocol for your dry macular degeneration.

They usually respond within a week. Order the
Exact potencies they suggest- do not improvise.

There are other suggestions on this such as getting
Acupuncture ( which seems to have good results
For quite a few people, they improve and it stays
That way)

And of course there are many healthy diet advices
And using vitamins and lutein supplements.
 
simone717 3 months ago
Thank you for your advice
 
monalisa2 2 weeks ago

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