Hyperacidity (BM229)

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Hyperacidity or dyspepsia simply means increase of acidity in the stomach. This discomfort in the stomach is sometimes confused for a simple bellyache. Symptoms are noticed a couple of hours after eating and include: A feeling of restlessness, nausea and sometimes vomiting, cramping, sour belching with an aftertaste of the already-eaten food, stiffness in the stomach (atonic dyspepsia), heart burn and bitter taste. There are several juices produced by our stomach to digest the foods. Hydrochloric acid is necessary to break down the food particles in their minute form. Gastrin is a hormone responsible for stimulation of acid secretion, whereas, somatostatin suppresses acid secretion in the stomach. The excessive secretion of acid in the stomach leads to formation of ulcer. Further general symptoms include flatulence (burping and belching), heart burn, early repletion or satiety after meals, bloated feelings, vomiting of blood or blood in the stool and bitter taste in the mouth.

Verat AlbD6 60C, Bryonia AlbD6 60C, PulsatillaD6 60C, TerebinthinaD6 60C, Calc PhosD6 60C, Argentum NitD10 100C

Take 10-15 drops 3-4 times a day in 8 oz of water. If you weigh less than 100lbs use half a dose or take as prescribed.

30mL approximately a 1 month supply when used as recommended

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