Dr. Reckeweg R 5 Gastreu
Indications: Dyspepsia, gastritis with or without ulceration. Acute and chronic gastritis. Heartburn, bad taste in mouth, frequent belching, flatulence. Acts on the inflamed mucosa of stomach.
Anacardium: Apt to choke when eating and drinking, symptoms improve eating after. Sensation of fasting “all gone,”
Argentum nitricum: Epigastric complaints
Arsenicum album: Gastric derangements; after cold fruits; ice cream; bad sausage; alcoholic drinks; strong cheese. Burning pain in the stomach
Carbo vegetabilis: Indigestion, effects of late suppers, rich food, sensation as if stomach would burst.
Chamomilla: Swelling of the stomach.
Chelidonium: Gastric disorder by ingestion.
Lycopodium: Constipation with ineffectual urging, rectum contracts and protrudes during stool, developing piles. Incomplete defecation. prolapse and anal spasm.
Nux vomica: Nausea: constant; after eating, stomach constriction,