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Dr. Reckeweg



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Irritable stomach; functional disorders in the upper abdomen with sensation of fullness and pressure, stomach pains, heartburn, nausea.

Note: All mild diseases of the gastrointestinal tract lasting more than two weeks or else sudden severe complaints necessitate a differential diagnosis by the physician.

Mode of action

With different action focus, they influence the symptoms of functional pathologies of the stomach.

Capsicum: Organotropic relation to the mucous membranes and the central nervous system. The drug picture includes the following symptoms: distended abdomen, pressure and sensation of coldness in the stomach, heartburn rising toward the mouth.

Iris versicolor: Organotropic relationship to the gastrointestinal tract. Main symptoms include acid belching, heartburn, sour vomiting, nausea and also pains in the epigastric region.

Robinia pseudoacacia: Histiotropic relation to the gastrointestinal tract. The predominant symptoms include pressure in the stomach with pains, distension of the stomach and intestine, bloating, diarrhea and colic-like pains. The predominant symptom is excessive acid formation.

Remedies to be considered

  • In case of gastric ulcers: R5, BC-25
  • In case of hyperacidity, bloating, flatulence: S10 or BC-25
  • Nausea and vomiting: R52
  • Flatulence, meteorism, colics, constipation: R37 or R37 JUNIOR, R7 or BC-3, BC-4
  • Diarrhea remedies: R4 or R4 JUNIOR or BC-8
  • Regulator of intestinal functions: R37 or R37 JUNIOR, BC-4


    Capsicum D6 3.33 g, Iris versicolor D4 3.33 g, Robinia pseudoacacia D6 3.33 g.

    Non-medicinal ingredients: ethanol, purified water.


    Adults and children 12 years and older, acute cases: 5-10 drops daily up to 6 times daily; in chronic cases 5-10 drops 3 times daily in a little water or undiluted, or as directed by a health care practitioner.

    Cautions and warnings

    Consult a health care practitioner if symptoms persist or worsen.

    For more information please consult your health care practitioner.

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