Information about Dr. Reckeweg R4 Diarrhoea Drop
Reckeweg R4 - Diarrhoea Drops are the drops which is meant for diarrhoea drops.It contains Acidum phosphoricum, Baptisia, Chamomilla, Chininum arsenicosum, Veratrum album, Rhus toxicodendron, Colocynthis, Ferrum phosphoricum, Mercurius sublimatus corrosivus, Oleander.
Reckeweg R4 - Diarrhoea Drops is used in acute and chronic gastro-entero-colitis of all types. Summer diarrhoea after a chill or faulty diet. Intestinal catarrh, intestinal influenza, diarrhoea with fever, typhoid fever, and dysentery.
Usage of Reckeweg R4 - Diarrhoea Drops:
Typhoid fever, sleeplessness, acute and chronic diarrhoea.
Diarrhoea with much mucus, dull headache, fever, brown coated tongue, swollen body.
Aqueous or greenish stools after a chill, colics.
Bactericidal, diarrhoea with fever, general exhaustion and asthenia.
Dysenteric stools with violent intestinal spasms.
Watery diarrhoea with strong flatulence.
Remedy for fever and inflammation.
Glairy and blood-tinged stools, exhausting colics and tenacious tenesmus.
Explosive pultaceous stools, colicky intestinal cramps, undigested stools.
Watery diarrhoea, mucohaemorrhagic, restlessness, drowsiness.
Vomiting and diarrhoea with violent shivering and collapse (Diarrhoea in summer)
In acute fever, every 1/4 - 1 hour, 20 drops undiluted. When improving, generally after 1-2 days, reduce the dose to 10-15 drops every 1-2 hours. - It is advisable to continue the treatment for about a week at the rate of 10-15 drops, 3 times a day, before meals, until complete recovery.
In ordinary diarrhoea, without fever, according to graveness 10-15 drops every 1-3 hours.
In typhoid fever, without intestinal disturbances, 10-15 drops every 1-2 hours.
In chronic diarrhoea, 3 times a day 10-15 drops before meals.
Use under medical supervision
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