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Belladonna 15CH BOIRON 4g, bella donna, belladonna drug, belladonna homeopathic, whooping cough


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Belladonna 15CH BOIRON 4g, bella donna, belladonna drug, belladonna homeopathic.

Belladonna is a homeopathic medicine available in 15c potency.

- Homeopathic remedy available in our unique dispenser for ease of use
- Designed so it keeps the pillules protected in an inner glass vial and neatly dispenses pillules in to the cap for easy dosing
- Always read the label
- Keep all medicines out of the reach and sight of children

BOIRON Belladona 15C Tablets are a traditional herbal remedy. They are designed for self-help treatment at home and could help alleviate a range of symptoms. This homeopathic medicine is designed to help relieve throbbing boils, headaches and earache. It can also stop problems with hot, flushed faces, shiny eyes, a sore throat and facial neuralgia. These tablets contain lactose and sucrose, and come at a high strength - 30C - designed to help aid recovery and emotional side-effects, such as fear. BOIRON Belladonna 15C Tablets are an alternative medicine designed for self-help for throbbing discomfort. In most cases, the 6C dosage is thought to provide a sufficient lift, providing support against the physical symptoms. 15C is a stronger dose, and is traditionally used as a treatment when there are emotional side-effects of symptoms - such as sleepness or anxiety.

Belladonna is a plant. The leaf and root are used to make medicine.

The name “belladonna” means “beautiful lady,” and was chosen because of a risky practice in Italy. The belladonna berry juice was used historically in Italy to enlarge the pupils of women, giving them a striking appearance. This was not a good idea, because belladonna can be poisonous.

Though widely regarded as unsafe, belladonna is used as a sedative, to stop bronchial spasms in asthma and whooping cough, and as a cold and hay fever remedy. It is also used for Parkinson's disease, colic, motion sickness, and as a painkiller.

Belladonna is used in ointments that are applied to the skin for joint pain (rheumatism), leg pain caused by a disc in the backbone pushing on the sciatic nerve (sciatica), and nerve pain (neuralgia). Belladonna is also used in plasters (medicine-filled gauze applied to the skin) for treating psychiatric disorders, a behavior disorder called hyperkinesis, excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis), and bronchial asthma.

Rectally, belladonna is used in hemorrhoid suppositories.

How does it work?
Belladonna has chemicals that can block functions of the body's nervous system. Some of the bodily functions regulated by the nervous system include salivation, sweating, pupil size, urination, digestive functions, and others.

Insufficient Evidence for:
Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). Early research suggests that taking belladonna along with the drug phenobarbital by mouth for one month does not improve symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome.
Whooping cough.
Hay fever.
Parkinson's disease.
Motion sickness.
Arthritis-like pain.
Nerve problems.
Spasms and colic-like pain in the stomach and bile ducts.
Other conditions.
More evidence is needed to rate the effectiveness of belladonna for these uses.