Dr. Reckeweg R52 Vomiting Nausea Travel Sickness


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Key Ingredients:

  • Aethusa
  • Apomorphin. hydrochl.
  • Cocculus
  • Colchicum
  • Ipecacuanha
  • Nux vomica
  • Petroleum
  • Veratrum
  • Ethanol
  • Aqua pur




Directions For Use:

  • Frequent doses are generally recommended in nausea with tendency to vomit in pregnancy, in sea-sickness, in inflammation of the appendix, inflammation of the gallbladder, intestinal cramps, weakness of the conduction, gastric (possibly in a little warm water or undiluted, e.g. on the hand when driving) every 5-10 minutes.
  • Unpleasant effects are not to be feared as the remedy is not harmful to the liver but, on the contrary, acts as its stimulant.
  • At the most vomiting might increase in the beginning, after absorption of toxicant food. From a biological view-points this reaction is not untoward.

Children Dose:

  • 5 drops once daily
Safety Information

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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.
Additional Information

Additional Information


  • Aethusa D 6, Apomorphin. hydrochl. D12, Cocculus D12, Colchicum D12, Ipecacuanha D 8, Nux vomica D 30, Petroleum D12, Veratrum D 30, Ethanol, Aqua pur.

Mode of action:

  • Aethusa cynap.: Specific action in gastric catarrh with nausea and urge to vomit, also of children and sucklings.
  • Apomorphin. hydrochlor.: Specific remedy in vomiting of different kinds, symptomatic action in hyperemesis gravidarum.
  • Cocculus: Nausea when driving (by car, train, when flying or at sea).
  • Colchicum: Vomiting tendency and nausea caused by the smell of food.
  • Ipecac.: Vomiting and nausea (although the tongue is not loaded).
  • Nux vomica: Early morning vomiting of heavy drinkers and smokers.
  • Petroleum: Against nausea when driving.


Complementary remedies:

  • R 2 in weakness of the conduction.
  • R 4 in cholerine.
  • R 7 in affections of liver and gallbladder.
  • R 16 in vomiting caused by migraine.
  • R 37 with intestinal colic and nausea.
  • R 9 in whooping cough.
  • In circulatory disturbances: R 67.
  • In cardiac arrhythmias: R 66.
  • In kidney disease: R 64
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