Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Belladonna in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.
Violent pain in the abdomen, which allows no rest whatever.
Shootings in l. side of the abdomen, on coughing, on sneezing, and on being touched.
Pains and burning in the hypochondria.
Pressure in the abdomen, as if by a stone, chiefly in the lower part of the abdomen and in the groin.
Painful pressure in the pit of the stomach and stomach, esp. after eating.
Painfully distended abdomen, very sensitive to the touch.
Inflation and tension of the abdomen, chiefly in the hypochondria.
Colic, with restlessness, below the umbilicus, as from clutching and griping with the nails, agg. from external pressure.
Digging in the abdomen.
Cuttings and shootings in the abdomen, as from knives.
Heat and great anguish in the abdomen.
Soreness of the whole abdomen, as if everything in it were excoriated and raw, and painful sensibility to the touch of the teguments of the abdomen.
Shootings in the groins.
Itching in the abdomen.
Shootings, beatings, pulsations, and burning in the stomach and in the precordial region.
Loss of taste.
Putrid, or insipid, or slimy, or bitter taste of the mouth.
Rye bread tastes acid.
Burning, excessive, intolerable thirst, often with dread of all drink; or constant desire to drink with inability to swallow a single drop of liquid.
Drinking is performed with trembling precipitation.
Great and unbearable hunger.
After having eaten, a feeling of intoxication, colic, pains in the stomach, heat, and thirst.
Retching and violent vomiting, principally in the evening or at night; retching, with entire inability to vomit; vomiting of food, or of mucous or bilious matter, of blood; or acid and serous matter; vomiting with diarrhoea, or with vertigo, heat, and sweat.
Food appears insipid or too salt.
Want of appetite and distaste for all food, chiefly for meat, acids, coffee, milk, and beer.
Rumbling in the abdomen, with frequent escape of flatus without smell.
Colic with constipation, abundant flow of urine, risings and nausea.
Nausea and inclination to vomit, chiefly on beginning to eat, or in the open air, or after breakfast, sometimes with burning thirst.
Frequent risings, often bitter, or putrid, or sour and burning.
Obstructed and abortive risings.
Spasmodic hiccough, sometimes with sweats and convulsions.
Pressure, cramp-like and contractive pains, sensation of fulness and inflation in the stomach and in the epigastrium, principally after having eaten or while eating.
Inflammation of the stomach and of the duodenum.≡ more ...