Homeopathy & Herbal Subgroup – Parts 1 & 2

Posted on 2021-08-13
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The vast majority of the homeopathic protocols below are derived from Joette Calabrese or from the book The Banerji Protocols. Please do your own research so as to ascertain whether certain herbs, essential oils, homeopathic remedies, or supplements are safe for you and your family given your underlying health (age, pregnancy, preexisting conditions, etc.). The information below is for educational purposes only. We are not intending to tell you how to treat conditions or diseases or claiming that the information below will heal you. The choice is solely yours about whether to take any of the herbs, homeopathics, essential oils, or supplements discussed below.


  1. MountainMama

    Sure Mick. I find this information great! I printed this pdf yesterday to have on hand. I have my “Covid box” that I keep in with my emergency stores and have several of the recommended items in it. I have shared it with four people who got covid and used my supply on hand to get well. My Covid box did not consist of the natural herbs but the frontline doctors info. I did notice however that when researching what our Blessed Mother recommends for plant medicinals that some are similar to the vitamin version. For example, I think it was quercitin that was one of the main compounds of a plant Our Lady recommended. I found it also interesting in this article how some of the natural plants here were the ones mentioned in an organized post by Leah Mallett of what Our Lady had recommended we have on hand. Some of such included nettles and angelica. I ordered several plants a few months ago that I could find and then ordered seeds of the others. I live in OR so also trying to positively identify such plants that grow native here. Nettle, angelica, and mallow are a few of such. Last year I harvested several wild plants and garden herbs including, yarrow, burdock root, teasel root, mullein, rose hips, mint, lavender, elderflowers, mallow, hawthorne, and Californian poppies and either dried them or soaked them for months in vodka or blessed olive oil to make some oils and tinctures. Made a salve with some.of the oils and beeswax. Shared with several friends and family members. Been having fun learning more this past year.

    • Mick

      That’s great to hear, MountainMama. May God bless your efforts.

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