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Acid Sarcolactic


Information about Dr. Reckeweg Acid Sarcolactic

Acidum Sarcolactic is a Homoeopathic remedy made from Sarcolactic acid. It is reported to be useful in muscular prostration, influenza, spinal neurasthenia, nausea, sore throat, etc

Homeopathic medicine Sarcolacticum Acidum is prepared by potentizing (a homeopathic process) sarcolactic acid.

Product Origin: Germany

Key uses/benefits:

  • It is useful in muscular prostration, particularly after influenza attacks.
  • It alleviates weakness and tiredness, worsened by exertion.
  • It can be helpful in restlessness at night, accompanied by morning tiredness upon waking.
  • It is effective against vomiting and retching, especially when water is vomited.
  • It addresses nausea and weakness after vomiting.
  • It provides relief for tiredness in the back, neck, and soreness throughout the body.
  • It helps with weakness induced by activities like climbing stairs, writing, and muscle cramps.
  • It is clinically prescribed for spinal neurasthenia, muscle weakness, and post-influenza weakness.



Directions of Use:

  • As directed by your Physician

Safety Information


Safety Information:

  • 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 about Acid Sarcolactic

Acidum Sarcolacticum Dilution is a homoeopathic medicine which is useful in case of weakness and exhaustion. It is an effective remedy in case of insomnia and also helps in reducing prostration. Stomach related ailments such as vomiting and constant retching can also be cured by its use.

Acidum Sarcolacticum therapeutic range of actions as per Boericke Materia Medica

General Symptoms: Tired feeling with weakness and prostration. Worse by any form of exertion. Sore feeling all over the body which is worse in the afternoon. Restlessness especially at night. Difficulty in going to sleep. Tired feeling in the morning on waking up. Vomiting and constant retching with great weakness.

Throat: Constriction in the throat. Sore throat. Tickling in the throat.

Stomach: Nausea with uncontrollable vomiting. Even water is vomited. Vomiting followed by great weakness.

Back and Extremities: Tired feeling in the back and neck and shoulders. Extreme and almost paralytic weakness. Wrist tires from writing. Weakness from climbing stairs. Stiffness of legs. Arms feel as if they had no strength in them. Cramps in the calves.

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