Book Review of " A study on Materia Medica" by Dr N. M.Choudhuri - homeopathy360
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Book Review of " A study on Materia Medica" by Dr N. M.Choudhuri

Distinguishing Features:
Brief depiction of every drug in a story format starting from its source and goes ahead to form a clinical picture
Comparative study of drugs in a very simple language
Examples of cases along with the drugs which give the practical aspect of the drug
Information Sheet
A Study on Materia Medica is a wonderful collection of lectures by Dr N.M. Choudhuri. The author has given a brief of all the drugs in a story format starting from its source, description and then goes ahead to form a clinical picture and describes the personality in a beautiful way. The examples of cases given are also very good which give the practical aspect of the drug.
In the beginning of each drug are the notes on the drug which give the characteristic key features. The comparative study is also given in very simple language and gets absorbed as you read it. It’s a must read for all students and an all time guide for practitioners.
Dr N.M. Choudhuri was an alumni of the Hering Medical College. He was Ex-principal and Sr. Professor of Materia Medica, Bengal Allen Homoeopathic Medical College and Hospital, Kolkata. He was also Editor of ‘Home & Homoeopathy’ for a long time.
 
Review
‘This treatise is the outcome of N.M. Choudhuri’s lectures to students of Bengal Allen Homoeopathic Medical College of which he was the Principal. It incorporates the teachings and experience of many masters, supported by his own experience of twenty years.’
 

 
 Dr S.M. Gunavanthe 
‘He was the most wonderful lecturer on Materia Medica picturizing every keynote, if possible with an example of a patient. His weekly lecture hour where he took only one main remedy for the entire session, was a superb comparative study of numerous remedies. This was an improvement on Allen’s Keynotes and Farrington, with his experience on this……His ‘A Study of Materia Medica’ is a masterpiece of lectures and comparisons.’
– Dr. Koppikar

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