Dr. Pameeta Uniyal has been born and brought up in the lap of Himalayas, Mussoorie known as the "Queen of Hills" and has graduated from the prestigious National Homoeopathic Medical College, Lucknow with distinction in Materia Medica and is presently working as a Medical Officer in the Uttaranchal Government.
She has participated in various national and international Homeopathic seminars and conferences. She has a flair for writing and her various articles concerning promotion of Homeopathy amongst the common masses have been published in the various local newspapers and journals. She has presented a paper entitled “Homeopathy in Adventure Sports-A New Dimension to be Explored” in the International Conference on Mountain and Sports Medicine in Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi. Her article has also been published by the Faculty of Sports Medicine and Physiotherapy, Guru Nanak Dev University in their Journal of Sports Traumatology and Allied Sports Sciences. She is also a good comparer and has lent her voice for the audio-visual educational CD's.
1. Materia Medica
2. Original Provings and Sources of Materia Medica
3. Different Types of Materia Medica
4. Different Approaches to the Study of Materia Medica
5. Scope of Materia Medica
6. Limitations of Materia Medica
8. General Characteristics
9. History of the Medical Symbol
31 Remedies (IInd BHMS) :
1. Acetic Acid
2. Actea Racemosa
3. Agaricus Muscarius
4. Agnus Castus
6. Ambra Grisea
7. Ammonium Muriaticum
8. Anacardium Orientate
9. Apocynum Cannabinum
10. Arsenicum Iodatum
2. Calcarea Arsenicum
3. Camphora Officinarum
5. Chelidonium Majus
6. Conium Maculatum
1. Digitalis Purpurea
1. Ferrum Metallicum
1. Kali Bromatum
1. Natrum Carbonicum
2. Nux Moschata
3. Phytolacca Decandra
4. Platinum Metallicum
1. Sepia Succus
Today, when I recall my college days when I along with my batchmates aspired to memorise the entire Materia Medica in the hope of becoming another Dr. Hahnemann, I laugh at the thought as over the years experience has taught me that all who try to learn the entire Materia Medica by rote must ignonimously fail. It is keeping this in mind that I have tried to assimilate the knowledge gained over the years and this book represents the filtered nectar of the various books on Materia Medical that I must have referred during the various cases that I encountered during my clinical practice. It has been my endeavour to use this book as a medium to pass on to the students in simple form all the complexities and nuances which have boggled me throughout.
As a student goes through this book, he will find hidden treasures spread out at different places picked from various books, writings, and articles etc. which are difficult to lay hands on, as many of them are either out of print or too costly.
The book has also been written to serve a student's purpose of reference so that he may just refer to one book and not bother himself with ten others which give more or less the same data albeit in different forms. Though the book is a repertoire of readymade references, but it is by no means perfect. Hence, any suggestions, comments or criticism will only help to serve the Homoeopathic community better.
Homoeopathy begins when all the other apathies fail; hence the students must train themselves to say "Yes" where others say "No" or only "May Be".
1. Beautiful, methodical and educative presentation in a simple language
2. A panoramic view of remedies abreast with the latest literature
3. Suitably illustrated and written in a delectable style
4. Students will find important up-to-date information, clinical tips, comparisons, various references etc. compiled from the hidden treasures of numerous books under one text
5. Important University Questions with Hints
6. This book makes the study of drugs interesting enjoyable and within easy group