Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Belladonna in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Swelling, with heats and scarlet redness of the whole body, or of several parts, chiefly the face, the neck, the chest, the abdomen, and the hands.
Cutting of the skin as though "sliced" with a sharp knife.
Erysipelatous inflammations, with phlegmon, which sometimes turn to gangrene.
Gangrene and sphacelus of several parts.
Red places, inflamed and scarlet spots on several parts of the body, sometimes with small, quick pulse, difficulty of respiration, violent cough, delirium, liveliness of memory, inclination to rub the nose, and dilated pupils.
Red spots, the colour of blood, over the whole body, principally on the face, neck, and chest.
Eruption resembling morbilli.
Eruption of petechiae, with itching and redness of the whole body.
Vesicles which discharge a great deal of serum, and are so painful as to extort cries and groans.
Bleeding soreness of the bends of the joints.
Eruption of pustules with whitish edges, with black slough, and oedematous swelling of the diseased part.
Boils (returning every spring).
Red scaly eruption on the lower part of the body.
Scrofulous tumours and nodes, which are painful.
Pain, as of excoriation, burning and pulling in ulcers, principally on being touched, during motion, and in the night.
Dry, burning-hot skin.
Burning of the skin, particularly when the hand continues to burn after touching the skin, as though a hot stove had been touched, very characteristic.
Red, hot, and shining swelling of the diseased parts.
Smooth, even shining (not circumscribed) redness of the skin, with bloatedness, dryness, heat, burning itching and swelling of the parts (esp. face, neck, chest, abdomen and hands).
The ulcers secrete a purulent and sanguineous matter.
Painful swelling of the glands (inflamed, stinging).≡ more ...