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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Inflammatory swelling and redness of the buccal cavity, and of the pharynx.
Violent haemorrhage of the mouth.
Voice weak, whistling, and nasal.
Gums and teeth
Violent grinding of the teeth.
Sharp and drawing pains or successive pullings in the teeth, sometimes with pain in the ears, and chiefly at night or in the evening, during intellectual labour, or else after having eaten.
The toothache is agg. by exposure to the air, or by the touch, while masticating.
Toothache with inflammatory swelling of the cheek.
Piercing in carious teeth, and flow of blood on sucking them.
Painful swelling of the gums, with heat, itching, and pulsations, or with ulcerative pain on being touched.
Bleeding of the gums.
Vesicles on the gums, with pain like that of a burn.
A sensation of great dryness, or a real and extreme dryness and choking in the mouth.
Dryness of the mouth, without thirst.
Accumulation and flow of saliva, viscid, thick, and whitish.
Great accumulation of viscid, whitish mucus in the mouth and in the throat.
Excoriation of the interior of the cheek; the orifices of the salivary ducts are as if ulcerated.
Sensation of cold, of torpor, and of numbness in the tongue.
Tongue red, hot, dry, and cracked, or loaded with whitish mucus, or yellowish, or brownish; redness of the edges of the tongue.
Inflammatory swelling and redness of the papillae of the tongue.
Phlegmonous inflammation of the tongue.
Soreness of the tongue, esp. on touching it, with a sensation as if it were covered with vesicles.
Heaviness, trembling, and paralytic weakness of the tongue, with difficult and stuttering speech.
Foam before the mouth, sometimes of a reddish colour, or having the smell of rotten eggs.
Offensive smell of the mouth, chiefly in the morning.≡ more ...