You may find some help in the attached PDF file on HCL. On page 4 I found this:
"Dr. Guy has claimed that the mere administration of hydrochloric acid to a patient would not fulfill the necessary requirements. In his opinion, potassium salts, often lacking in the patient’s food, are a necessary adjunct in the treatment aimed at bringing about a normal acid-base balance."
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