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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Arms benumbed and painful.
Tractive pressure, with sensation of torpor, and sharp pains in the arms.
Inclination to stretch the arms.
Arms heavy, as if paralysed.
Torpor and heaviness of the arms.
Swelling and scarlet redness of the arms and of the hands.
Drawing and aching pain in the shoulder, running rapidly from the top to the bottom of the arms, and exhibiting itself particularly at night, diminished by external pressure, excited by motion.
Painful startings, cramp and convulsions in the arms and in the hands.
Trembling of the hands.
Pressure, with sharp pains in the carpal and metacarpal bones.
Arthritic stiffness in the joints of the hand.
Frequent dislocation of the joints of the fingers.
Drawing back of the thumbs.
Shootings and burning pains, aggravated by fits, in the coxo-femoral joint, more unbearable at night, and increased by the least contact.
Stiffness in the hip, after sitting for some time, with difficulty in getting up.
Pain in the hip, which causes lameness.
Tottering walk, when rising from bed in the morning, the legs refuse their service.
Trembling of the knees.
Drawing pains in the legs, esp. in the knees.
Heaviness and paralysis of the legs and of the feet.
Bending of the knees and of the feet in walking.
Tension of the tendons of the ham.
Swelling of the feet.
Crawling sensation in the feet.
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