Belladonna - Nose symptoms - T.F. AllenDeadly Nightshade, Bellad, Belladona, Bell.
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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.
Objective and Discharges.
Tip of the nose red, swollen, and shining,
Sudden redness in the tip of the nose, with a burning sensation,
Redness of the Schneiderian membrane,
Ulcers, crusts, and fissures in the nostrils and at the border of the nose,
The mucus in the nostrils dried to crusts,
The boy often bores his nose,
Now stuffing in the nose, now water flows from it,
Mucus mixed with blood blown,
Discharge of clotted blood when blowing the nose,
Bleeding of the nose immediately, the whole night, early in the morning,
Hemorrhage through the nose and mouth (when throwing up the berries, from the operation of an emetic),
Very frequent epistaxis, with pulsative pains in the head, especially at night when in bed, and on waking in the morning,
Paroxysms of sneezing,
Frequent dry sneezing, with tickling, especially in the left nostril,
Coryza, with discharge of clear and whitish mucus,
Fluent coryza, on one side of the nose, and from one nostril only,
Coryza with offensive smell in the nose, as if of herring-pickle, especially when blowing the nose,
Left nostril somewhat moist, followed by sneezing and collection of mucus in the nose, throat, and air-passages (third day),
The right nostril somewhat stopped, followed by sneezing, and afterwards a slight coryza,
Several prolonged fits of sneezing,≡ more ...