Description of the medicine: Calcium carbonate precipitated (Calcii carbonas praecipitatus)
CALCIUM DEPOSITED CARBONATE (Calcii carbonas praecipitatus).
Synonyms: Precipitated chalk, Calcium carbonicum praecipitatum.
Fine white powder; odorless and tasteless. Insoluble in water, soluble in dilute hydrochloric (hydrochloric) and nitric acids with the release of carbon dioxide.
It has a pronounced antacid activity. It acts quickly, but upon the cessation of the buffering effect, it enhances the secretion of gastric juice. With prolonged use, constipation is possible.
Assign inside 0.25 - 1 g with increased acidity of gastric juice 2 to 3 times a day.
It is part of the antacid preparation Kalmagin, as well as tooth powders and pastes.
Release form: powder.
Storage: in well-closed containers.
Rp .: Calcii carbonatis praec.
Bismuthi subnitratis aa 0.5.
Extr. Belladonnae 0.015