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Stomach and Digestion Drops


Acute and chronic gastritis, dyspepsia, chronic relapsing gastritis with or without ulceration.

Especially ulcus parapyloricum. Heartburn, bad taste in mouth, frequent belching, flatulence, meteorism.

Acts on the inflamed mucosa of stomach, on the physiology of stomach.


Anacardium- Gastric complaints, improving after eating,pains around midnight.
Argentumnitricum- Epigastric complaints, noisy and frequent belching with temporary improvement.

Arsenicum album- Remedy for mucous membrane, burning pain in the stomach with vomiting.

Carbo vegetabilis- Sensation of repletion in abdominal cavity, asthenia and exhaustion.

Chamomilla- Nervous hypersensitivity and irritability. Swelling of the stomach.

Chelidonium- Effective for liver and bile,choleretic, improvement of gastric disorder by ingestion.

Lycopodium- Gastro-intestinal disturbances, bitter taste in mouth,lack of appetite, constipation, flatulentcolic.

Nux vomica- Nervous irritability, hypochondria, stomach constriction, disturbances due to nicotin.

Scrophularianodosa- Griping pains in abdomen, hyper acidity improving after eating.

In some patients, sensitive to drugs, the pains may grow worse after a few days of treatment, which is the socalled primary reaction. In such cases it will be advisable to discontinue the treatment completely for 1-2 days. Resumption of treatment will result in continued improvement. In other cases follow treatment with intermissions, or reduce the dose, or give the drops on a full stomach.

It is characteristic in the use of Dr.ReckewegR5, to see the usual relapses decrease progressive lying raveness and frequency, until they disappear completely.


Generally 3times a day 10-15 drops in some water before meals.

After complete disappearance of the symptoms, in order to prevent relapses and to regularize the neuro-vegetative system, once a day 10-15 drops in some water before the main meal

Use under medical supervision


Content on this page was last updated on 18 August, 2015, by Dr. Varun Gupta (MD Pharmacology)