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Information about Dr. Reckeweg Asafoetida

Asafoetida is prepared from gum resin of the living root of plant Stinkasand. This plant belongs to the family umbelliferae.

Product Origin: Germany

Key uses/benefits:

  • Asafoetida is a homeopathic solution to treat several ailments.
  • It is primarily used to treat conditions of excessive flatulence with severe pain in the stomach.
  • It relieves most of the symptoms associated with flatulence including indigestion, constipation and stomach cramps.
  • It can also be used to treat pain the eyes and the surrounding region causing severe discomfort.


Directions of Use:

  • As directed by your Physician


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 Asafoetida

Asafoetida therapeutic range of actions as per Boericke Materia Medica

The flatulence and spasmodic contraction of stomach and œsophagus with reverse peristalsis are the most marked symptoms. In its selection, its relation to the hysterical and hypochondriacal patients, must be borne in mind. Besides these superficial symptoms, it has been found to affect favorably deep ulcerations, caries of bones, especially in the syphilitic organism; here the extreme sensitiveness and terrible throbbing, nightly pains, guiding to its use.

Head.–Irritable; complains of her troubles; sensitive. Boring above eyebrows. Pressive pain from within outward.

Eyes.–Orbital neuralgia; better, pressure and rest. Iritis and intraocular inflammations, with boring, throbbing pains at night. Stitches under left frontal eminences. Boring pains in and around eyes. Syphilitic iritis. Superficial corneal ulcer with digging pains; worse at night.

Ears.–Offensive otorrhœa, with boring pains in mastoid bone. Mastoid disease with pain in temporal region with pushing out sensation. Offensive, purulent discharge.

Nose.–Syphilitic ozæna, with very offensive purulent discharge. Caries of nasal bones (Aurum).

Throat.–Globus hystericus. Ball rises in throat. Sensation as if peristaltic motion were reversed, and œsophagus were driven from stomach to throat.

Stomach.–Great difficulty in bringing up wind. Flatulence and regurgitation of liquid. Hysterical flatulence. Great distention. Sensation of emptiness and weakness, with distention and beating in stomach and abdomen. Forcible eructation of gas. Pulsation in pit of stomach. Violent gastralgia; cutting and burning in stomach and region of diaphragm. Gurgling and rolling of wind, which escapes afterwards with loud and difficult eructation.

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