Therapeutic indications of Belladonna in homeopathy.

The homeopathic strain of Belladonna is of plant origin. It comes from the plant known scientifically as Atropa belladonna. The plant is also called poison cherry or devil’s weed. The plant belongs to the Solanaceae family. They are perennial plants with pointed oval leaves. These flowers are shaped like bells and have purple colors. Atropa belladonna is very present in Europe.

The entire flowering plant is used for the manufacture of the mother tincture. There are only two forms available for this homeopathic remedy. These are the doses and the granules. Forms that are lactose and sucrose based.

In which cases should we use this homeopathic remedy?

The therapeutic indications of Belladonna are very numerous. It is particularly indicated in case of acute fevers of various origins, headaches and hiccups. It is also useful in case ofwidespread red rash, sunstroke and first degree burns. As well as in case of angina, otitis, tracheitis and nasopharyngitis.

At the same time, it soothes hot flashes associated with menopause and hypertensive episodes with headaches.

Belladonna is effective in case of stye and conjunctivitis with dry eye. It is the same in case of intolerance of contact lenses by conjunctivitis dryness.

External monkeys indicating confirmation of use of this remedy are:

  • Inflammation: redness, tenderness and edema, heat.
  • Dry mucous membranes: dry conjunctivitis, dry nose, dry mouth.
  • Congestion: headache, sweating, palpitations, dizziness, flushed face.
  • Behavioral disorder: fever with delirium, hallucination, convulsions, hypersensitivity to light.
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How to use Belladonna correctly in homeopathy?

Belladonna is to be taken without food, coffee, mint and tobacco. The available forms of this remedy are allowed to melt under the tongue.

The dilution to be used increases according to the intensity of the pathology in case of headache and infectious diseases. As a treatment, take 5 granules of 4 to 9 CH every 1 to 2 hours. The intake must then be spaced out according to the improvements. It is also similar in case of fever with delirium but it is the dilution and the grip which differentiate them. In this case, you must take 5 granules of 15 to 30 CH every 10 to 15 minutes.

Sunstroke is treated with 5 granules of 9 CH every hour for 24 hours. It is obviously necessary to space the catch with the improvement of the symptoms.

5 granules of 9 CH per day for 3 months can soothe hot flashes as well as hypertensive flare-ups. For the ocular pathologies, take 5 granules of 5 CH 6 times a day. The grip should then decrease as improvements occur. The duration of treatment is 4 days in case of acute conjunctivitis. While it lasts 6 months in case of dry eye.

A belladonna dilution to be taken every hour soothes non-streptococcal angina.

Otitis always requires a medical consultation but in the meantime, one must take 5 granules every half hour. The Belladonna dilution to use is 9 CH.


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