Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Belladonna in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Rattling noise, and crepitation in the bronchia.
Feeling of suffocation when swallowing, or when touching and turning the neck.
Congestion to the chest.
Tension in the chest.
Shootings in the chest, sometimes as if from knives, and chiefly on coughing and yawning.
Painful blisters, filled with water, or small spots of a deep red colour on the chest.
Palpitation of the heart when ascending.
Trembling of the heart, with anguish and pressive pain.
Violent palpitation of the heart, reverberating in the head.
Great inquietude and beatings in the chest.
Violent beatings of the heart, which sometimes are felt in the head.
Pulse strong and quick, or full and slow, or small and quick, or hard and wiry.
If slow, the pulse is full.
Pulse full; hard; strong, bounding, double.
Breathing laboured, unequal, quick, with moaning.
Oppression of the chest, difficult respiration, dyspnoea and shortness of breath, sometimes with anxiety, and chiefly in the evening in bed, and after having drunk (coffee).
Oppression of the chest in the morning when rising, cannot breathe in the room, better in the open air.
Irregular respiration, at one time small and rapid, at another time slow and profound.
Respiration short, anxious, and rapid.
In the morning after rising, want of breath, relieved in the open air.
When walking, cramp-like oppression of the chest, with necessity to fetch a long breath.
Pressure on the chest, with pain in the shoulder-blades and short breath.
Catarrh with cough, coryza, hoarseness with tenacious mucus in the chest.
Voice weak, hoarse, and whistling; nasal-toned voice.
Loss of the voice.
Great soreness of the larynx, with danger of suffocation on pressing the gullet, as well as on coughing, on speaking, and on breathing.
Spasmodic constriction of the larynx.
Larynx very painful, with anxious starts when touching it.
Constriction of the trachea.
Short, dry cough, from tickling in the larynx, with headache, redness, and heat in the face.
Cough with stitches in the chest, in the lumbar region, in the hip, in the uterus; pain in the sternum, with tightness of the chest; with rattling of mucus on the chest.
Dry spasmodic cough, with vomiturition, esp. after midnight.
Whooping-cough, with crying, or pain in the stomach before the attack, with expectoration of blood (pale or coagulated), congestion of blood to the head, sparks before the eyes, spasms in the throat, bleeding from the nose, stitches in the spleen, involuntary stool and urine, oppressed breathing, stiffness of the limbs, shaking of the whole body, and dry general heat.
Cough, as if one had swallowed dust, or as if there were some foreign body in the larynx, or in the pit of the stomach, which excites the cough; chiefly at night, or in the afternoon, in the evening in bed, and even during sleep; the cough is mostly dry, short, and sometimes convulsive, fatiguing and shaking, or hollow and barking.
Before the cough, tears, or pains in the stomach; when coughing, shootings in the abdomen, or retching, or pain as of a bruise in the nape of the neck; after the paroxysm, sneezing.
The least movement, when in bed at night, renews the cough.
Cough with rattling in the chest, or with catarrh, and shootings in the sternum, or with headache and redness of face.
Expectoration of thick and puriform mucus with the cough.
Cough with spitting of blood.≡ more ...