• Synoptic Materia Medica Volume 2

Subtitled 'The Complement to Prisma'. Often erroneously called Prisma 2 as it is the same colour and has the rarer and lesser known remedies not found in Prisma.  The confusion started when the book changed its colour to purple cashing in on the significant success of Prisma.

This book began life as the second volume of the Synoptic One beginner's book with a similar but duller silver shade. However we would suggest all first year students steer well clear of Synoptic Materia Medica Volume 2. They won't find much basic material here!

Admittedly this is a good source of information on the less tried and tested, newer remedies. Howver, some consider it rather a jumble.

The author, Frans Vermeulen felt forced to take the publisher to court because of payment disputes.

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Synoptic Materia Medica Volume 2

  • £43.95