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Belladonna - Face symptoms - Clarke

Deadly Nightshade, Bellad, Belladona, Bell.

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HPUS indication of Belladonna: Fever
Common symptoms: Fever, Boils, Confusion, Headache, Frantic.

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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Belladonna in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.



Paleness of the face, which sometimes suddenly alternates with redness.

Face hollow, with anxious look of the features, and wandering air.

Burning heat of the face, sometimes without redness.

Glowing redness and bloated appearance of the face, as from drinking wine.

Deep, or scarlet, or bluish redness of face.

Purple, red, hot face, or yellow colour of the face.

Hard swelling and bluish redness of face, principally (of one) of the cheeks, and sometimes with burning, shooting, piercing, and pulsation.

Erysipelatous swelling of the face.

Semi-lateral swelling of the face.

Spots of a scarlet or deep red colour on the face.

Eruption of red pimples on the temples, in the corners of the mouth, and on the chin.

Purulent and scabby pimples, chiefly on the cheeks and on the nose.

Thickening of the skin of the face.

Cramp-like pressure, sharp and drawing pain in the cheek-bones.

Nervous, violent incisive pain in the face, following the course of the sub-orbital nerve.

Nervous prosopalgia, with violent, cutting pains.

Muscular palpitations and convulsive movements in the face, chiefly in the mouth, which is drawn towards the ear.

Spasmodic distortion of the mouth (risus sardonicus).

Swelling, of the upper lip.

Induration and swelling of the lips, with shootings in rough weather.

Deep redness and dryness of the lips.

Pimples, scabs, and ulcers; with a red circular margin, on the lips and in the corners of the mouth.

Convulsive clenching of the jaws, which renders it impossible to open the mouth.

Sensation as if the lower jaw were drawn very far back.

Sharp pains in the jaws; shooting and tension in the maxillary articulations.

Mouth half open, or spasmodically closed by lock-jaw; sensations under the jaw; affections of the articulations of the jaws (sometimes while chewing).

Swelling of the sub-maxillary glands, and of those of the neck, with nocturnal (shooting) pains.

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