Dr. Reckeweg R28 Menstrual Disorder Drops


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  • Acid. sulf.
  • Aesculus
  • Crocus
  • Ferrum phosph.Hamamelis
  • Secale cornutum


Directions for use :

  • According to the graveness, 4-6 times a day 10-15 drops in some water before meals.
  • After improvement, reduce the dose to 3 times daily 10 drops.
  • Even after complete recovery, take the medicine for a longer period of time.
  • It will be advisable to take 5-10 drops twice daily (morning and night), for about 8 days before the next menstruation is due.


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  • Read the label carefully before use.
  • Store in a cool and dry place away from direct sunlight.
  • Keep out of reach of children.
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Acidum sulfuric. D 4, Aesculus D 2, Crocus D 4, Ferrum phosphoric. D 8, Hamamelis. D 6, Secale cornut. D 6, Ethanol, Aqua pur.

Mode of action:

  • Acid. sulf.: Bleedings of any type, flushes of heat followed by perspiration. Exhaustion, weariness.
  • Aesculus: Characteristic effect: general venous stasis, worse when across the small of the back, pulsations all over the body. Uterine prolapsus with strange pain in lumbo-sacral region (left side), same pains as experienced in pregnancy.
  • Crocus: Menstrual blood is dark or black, clotty. Feeling of something moving around in abdomen, without abortion.
  • Ferrum phosph.: Acts energetically on the blood circulation, excellent in dilatation of the veins.
  • Hamamelis: Indicated in hemorrhage, influences especially the veins. Headaches. Dark coloured blood, sensation of pain in the affected parts. Exhaustion caused by loss of blood.
  • Secale cornutum: Act mainly on the unstriped muscular fibres; congestion, distress and uterine
  • prolapsus. Primary effect upon contraction, secondary effect produces dilatation of unstriped muscular fibres.


  • In climacteric metrorrhagia: see R 10.
  • In inflammation of pelvic organs: see R 38, respectively R 39. Those preparations may be given in addition to’or in alternation with R 28, provided the bleeding is caused by inflammation, cysts or similar conditions.
  • R 42 in venostasis.
  • Sacral pain in women: see R 50.
  • In anaemia: see R 31.
  • In dysmenorrhoea: see R 75.
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