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Belladonna - Vertigo, Dizziness symptoms - T.F. Allen

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.


Vertigo, dizziness

Throbbing sensation, which for a short time alternated between the head and chest. He compared it to the movement of a pendulum (after half an hour),


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Vertigo, he staggers as if drunk,

Vertigo, impossible for her to stand, everything turns around (after three hours),

Vertigo, as if everything turned in a circle (after one hour),

Vertigo; it appears to him as if objects around him swayed to and fro,

Vertigo, mostly at night on turning over in bed, or when getting up in the morning, also when walking, and on every change of position,

Vertigo increased on any movement of the body,

The confusion of the head gradually increases to real vertigo, which is aggravated on motion,

Vertigo, with perceptible pulsation in the head, dilated pupils, with nausea (after one day),

Vertigo, with rush of blood to the head, roaring in the ears, and slight mistiness of vision (after one day),

Vertigo, with headache and drowsiness, relieved after sleeping (after one hour),

Vertigo, with dimness of vision; he saw snow-flakes, etc., before his eyes, and the pupils were much dilated (after one day),

Immediately after, vertigo and dimness of vision, recurring three days afterwards at the same hour,

Vertigo, and a feeling as if intoxicated; gait was tottering, face red and turgid; he was in good humor and remarkably talkative (after half an hour),

Vertigo, with nausea; dazzling of the eyes, reeling, dulness, trembling, and anxiety,

Vertigo, with lassitude, anguish, and fainting,

Vertigo and pain in all the limbs,

Vertigo, and trembling of the hands,

Vertigo, and trembling of the hands, so that they could not perform any work with them,

Vertigo, with trembling of the hands and contraction of the fingers,

Attacks of vertigo during rest and motion,

Attacks of vertigo, with dulness of sense, lasting a few minutes (after twelve hours),

Vertiginous reeling,

A vertigo-like sensation of reeling in the whole head while sitting,

He attempted to get out of bed with a reeling, drunken motion; his speech was thick and indistinct,

He reeled in walking, held on by the walls, complained of anguish and vertigo, and often spoke irrationally like a drunken man,

Vertiginous staggering, ,

The first effect was vertigo, increasing to such an extent as to render it impossible to walk without staggering,

He staggers when walking like a drunken man,

On rising in the morning, she staggered about as if drum,

She rose early from her bed, and staggered to and fro like one intoxicated, (Case 14),

While walking, he staggered and spoke senselessly as if drunk,

It seems as though everything about him was turning round,

Feeling as if he was turning round like a ball, and as if waltzing from right to left,

Turning round in the head, vertigo with nausea, as after turning quickly in a circle, or as on waking from the morning sleep after a night of reveling,

Such violent turning in the head that he was unable to distinguish objects, much less be serviceable in his occupation,

Turning in the head, and at the same time a similar turning in the scrobiculus cordis; after rising up it became so bad in walking, that she could no longer distinguish anything; everything vanished from before her eyes,

Swimming of the head, as in a state of intoxication,

Dizziness (after five hours),

Dizziness with sensation as if a board were before her forehead,

Sensation sometimes of dizziness, sometimes like the vibration of a pendulum, in the head,

In General.

Swelling of the head,

Head swollen to double its size,

Great swelling of the head and redness over the whole body (in two boys),

Trembling of the head and limbs,

Unsteadiness of the head and hands,

Throwing the head hither and thither, even to shaking; then again, convulsive bending forwards of head and trunk,

Her head is drawn backwards; she bores deep into the pillow at night,

Unconsciously, he often scratches his head and rubs his nose,

A kind of cerebral apoplexy seized one of them, causing her to fall down insensible,

Determination of blood to the head; red cheeks,

Rush of blood to the head; pulsation of the cerebral arteries, and a throbbing in the interior of the head (after five minutes),

Strong rush of blood to the head, with beating in the temples, and burning in the eyes,

Congestion of blood to the head, with danger of apoplexy,

Congestion of blood to the head, with bleeding of the nose and extreme dulness,

A shepherd died comatose twelve hours after eating the berries. At the autopsy the bloodvessels of the head were gorged,

Ebullition of the blood towards the head, without internal heat of the head; when he leaned the head backwards it appeared to him as if the blood rushed into it,

Confusion as if intoxicated, ,

Confusion of the head as though from much brandy and tobacco,

Confused head and intoxication, as from wine-drinking, with bloated, red countenance,

During a sudden rigor, great confusion of the head and sight, red eyes and swollen face, which is covered with very small, irregularly shaped, dark-red spots, especially on the forehead, (Case 19).

Constant confusion of the head and drowsiness (after four hours),

Confusion of the head, with swelling of the glands in the nape of the neck (after six hours),

Dull uneasy sensation all over the head (after half an hour),

Sense of dulness and turning in the head; she felt better in the open air, worse in a room (after quarter of an hour),

Dulness of the head, with fatigued, torpid, besotted feeling,

Weariness of the head; inability to raise the head after stooping,

Head heavy (second day),

Heavy, pressing feeling in whole head (after five and a half hours),

Head heavy all day (first day),

He feels his whole head heavy, as if from intoxication,

His whole head feels so heavy that he seems about to fall asleep; he is not disposed to do anything,

Head felt heavy on rising in morning (after eight and a half hours),

On stooping, the blood mounts to the head, which becomes heavy as if giddily,

Feeling of heaviness and fluctuation in the head, as if there was a vessel of water in it,

Heaviness of the head and vertigo,

Weight in the head as though he would fall,

Weight on the head, with dull shootings (after fourteen hours),

Inclination to lean the head against something hard and cold,


Headache all day (second day),

Slight headache,

(Violent headache), (in several cases).

Very intense headache,

Pain in the head shifting to the scapulae, (Case 8).

The pains in the eyes are correspondingly felt in the head, and often even in the heart,

Violent dull headache (soon after),

Headache as if the brain were numb,

Complains of intense pain in the head, and says that it feels enormously large,

Headache, with confusion and dulness of the senses,

Headache, with dizziness, aggravated by stooping, and, if relieved, immediately reproduced on motion,

Violent headache, chiefly in the orbital region, with redness of the eyes and face (after one hour),

Violent headache, and feeling of pressure in the eyes, which were much injected,

Pain in the head and eyeballs, which felt as if starting from their sockets,

Headache, with transient blindness,

Violent pains in the head, with swelling of the lids, heat in the face, and lachrymation (after three-quarters of an hour),

Headache and weariness, the face red,

Headache and great lassitude on awaking,

Stupefying headache, with painful lassitude, bad temper, and inclination to lie down,

Headache, with burning miliary eruption over the whole body,

Headache is worse after dinner and in the evening,

The pains in the head are aggravated by noise, motion, when moving the eyes, by shocks; contact, the least exertion, and in the open air,

Continuous distension of the whole brain,

Sensation of swelling and extraordinary expansion in the brain,

The feeling in the head was that of violent congestion, a full, tense, and throbbing state of the cerebral vessels, identically the same sensation as would be produced by a ligature thrown round the neck, and impeding the return of the venous circulation,

Violent pressing in the whole head from within outwards, as if it would burst (after three hours),

Headache as if the sutures of the skull were being torn open, and as if a lever were being applied, whereby the head was forced asunder,

In the open air, the sensation of bursting in the head is very violent, and he is afraid to cough on account of the increase of pain it causes (after three and a half to four hours),

Headache, as if the head were screwed together on both sides, and thereby rendered narrower,

Feeling of burning and swelling in the cranial bones,

Burning in the brain, with sensation as if the bones of the head had become soft, and fallen apart,

Burning, pressive, lancinating, painful, or crampy pains in the head, chiefly in the forehead, along the orbital vault, at the nape of the neck, and on the right side of the head,

Boring and pressing headache during the day, in different places; in the evening, shooting,

Incessant drawing and expansive pain in the head, as if something in it rocked or swayed in a jerking manner,

Oppressive pain in the head (mother and child, third day),

Sensation of hard pressure over the whole head,

Pressure in the head, now here, now there, which occupies each time large areas,

Drawing-pressive headache,

Pressive headache, especially in the forehead (after two days),

Pressure deep in the brain over the whole head, during and after walking in the open air,

Painful pressure in the head, especially in the lower part of the forehead directly above the nose, intolerable on steeping or treading,

Pressure and pulsation in the head, felt mostly in the forehead and eyebrows,

Lancinating headache, causing vertigo, and extending to the eyes,

Cutting-tearing pain in the head, which moves about from one part to another,

Stabbing through the head, as if with a double-edged knife, in the evening,

Three violent severe stabs through the head, from the forehead to the occiput, whereupon all previous headache suddenly disappears,

Painful shooting in the whole head, especially in the forehead,

Terrible headache, made up of dull or pressive shootings, which dart through the brain from all sides,

Throbbings in the head,

Violent throbbing of the brain,

Violent throbbing in the brain from behind forwards, and towards both sides; the throbbing ends on the surface in painful shootings,

Pulsating headache, with pressure at vertex,

Jerking headache, which becomes extremely violent on walking quickly or on going rapidly upstairs, and where at every step there is a jolt downwards, as if a weight were in the occiput (after forty-eight hours),

Shocks and balancing sensation in the head, mostly when walking fast and going upstairs,

Feeling in the brain as of the swashing of water,

Confusion and Vertigo.


Vertigo, with malaise,

Instability of the body, without vertigo,

Confusion of the head about the forehead, and at times a reminder of vertigo (after half an hour),

A weight at the top of the forehead, which causes vertigo, and a sense as if intoxicated (after fourteen days),

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