Belladonna

Description relevant to 22.01.2016

  • Latin name: Belladonna extract
  • ATH code: A03BA04
  • Active substance: Belladonna leaves (Belladonna folia)
  • Manufacturer: NIZHPHARM (Russia), Dalkhimpharm (Russia), Biosintez OJSC (Russia), VIFITEH (Russia), Pharmaprim (Republic of Moldova)

In 1 thick suppositories belladonna extract 15 mg. Medical Phenol, basis for suppositories, as an excipient.

Pharmacodynamics

It has a spasmolytic effect, which is explained by the presence of tropane alkaloids - atropine and hyoscyamine. Inhibits action acetylcholine, reduces the secretion of glands (salivary, gastric, lacrimal, bronchial, sweat). With rectal use, it reduces the muscle tone of the gastrointestinal tract and pain, eliminates the increased tone of the gallbladder and bile ducts. The belladonna alkaloids dilate the pupils, increase the intraocular pressure, but these phenomena are not pronounced with rectal administration.

Contraindications

  • angle-closure glaucoma or suspected glaucoma,
  • prostatic hypertrophy,
  • intestinal atony and atonic constipation,
  • ulcerative colitis in the acute stage,
  • intestinal obstruction
  • expressed atherosclerosis,
  • cardiac decompensation,
  • hypersensitivity.

To use with caution in hypertension, it is not recommended that long-term use with diaphragmatic hernia, gallstone disease, reflux esophagitis and nephrolithiasis.

Interaction

Beauty bellows effect cisapridereduces the effect m-cholinomimetic.

Potentiates arrhythmogenic effect cardiac glycosides and clonidine.

Enhances action barbiturates, antihistamine drugs, adrenomimetics and tranquilizers.

Enhances m-anticholinergic effects tricyclic antidepressants (dry mouth, urinary retention, tachycardia, constipation).

Possible severe tachycardia when taken in conjunction with drugs that increase the heart rate.

When taking alcohol marked inhibition of the central nervous system.

Beauty Belly Extract

Drugs of belladonna in the form of suppositories are used for spasms of smooth muscles of the uterus, as an anesthetic for childbirth. Gynecologists prescribe candles for two weeks before childbirth to prepare the cervix, soften it and prevent tears. This is considered a common practice, and even more so if there is evidence - an inelastic neck, the presence of scars on it after erosion treatment, which may prevent disclosure.

Indeed, the drug relaxes the muscles of the neck and minimizes the possibility of prolonged labor. Its use in the later periods is safe, since it will no longer affect the development of the fetus, and local use virtually eliminates the systemic effect of the drug. For many mothers, the drug helps to relax the cervix, and for some it does not work.

The use of belladonna bellows during pregnancy in the early stages can cause miscarriage. In any case, suppositories can only be prescribed to pregnant women by the attending physician after assessing the risks and expected benefits.

Reviews of belladonna extract

The most common reviews on the use of candles for hemorrhoids and rectal fissures. Patients report rapid relief and reduction of pain. Gastroenterological patients also often use long-known drugs based on a thick extract of belladonna, which was mentioned above, as antispasmodics for colic, cholecystitis, peptic ulcer.

The efficacy of the drug Beloid with vegetovascular disorders in children (sympathetic adrenal paroxysms) is noted. Under his influence, the balance of both parts of the autonomic nervous system is restored. Patients note that sometimes there are adverse reactions in the form of dry mouth and pupil dilation. Basically, it concerns the use of the tablet form of the drug. Preparations of belladonna need to be used with great caution, because it is possible increased individual sensitivity. A minor overdose causes dilated pupils, dry mouth, difficulty urinating, tachycardia.

Useful properties of belladonna

In all parts of this medicinal herb, tropane alkaloids are contained - hyoscyamine and scopolamine, which are esters derived from two amino alcohols, namely tropin and sconin. After isolating the main alkaloid, hyoscyamine, from it, it passes into the optically inactive atropine.

In addition, flavonoids, coumarins, glycoside methylesculin, which can be broken down into sugar and chrysatropic acid, are found in the leaves of the plant. This acid is capable of producing blue fluorescence in an alcohol solution by adding even one drop of ammonia, which makes it easy to detect the presence of belladonna in the preparations.

For medicinal purposes, leaves, grass, sometimes the roots and stems of the plant are used. The leaves are harvested by hand up to three or four times over the summer and dried in well ventilated areas. The lower leaves break off at the beginning of flowering before branching of the stems, from the grown branches they are collected at the end of flowering. And finally, the plant is mown at the beginning of the formation of seeds at a height of 10 cm from the ground.

The cut grass is cut into pieces and then dried. When chopping the leaves to a powdered mass, the veins are not thrown away, since the alkaloids accumulate in them more than in the leaf pulp. Usually, the whole sheet is processed into a powder. In the autumn, after the last mowing, dig up the roots. They are washed, cut into pieces along and dried, you can in the air.

The use of belladonna

The use of plants for medicinal purposes due to the pharmacological properties of the highly active alkaloid atropine. Drugs of belladonna effective as an analgesic and antispasmodic. Traditional medicine recommends them for chronic gastritis, gastric ulcer and duodenal ulcer, in some forms of pancreatitis. They are used for urolithiasis and gallstone diseases, intestinal colic and other diseases accompanied by spasms of the smooth muscles of the intestines.

Sometimes these drugs are prescribed for bradycardia and angina pectoris, with increased sweating and hypersecretion of the lacrimal glands.

Tincture belladonna

The tincture is prepared from the leaves of the plant in 40% alcohol. In appearance, it is a clear liquid of red-brown or greenish color with a bitter taste and a peculiar smell. Tincture is a part of Zelenin drops, which effectively affect the body during heart neuroses, and other combined dosage forms. Tincture is taken orally (by mouth), its dosage depends on the age and weight of the patient. The drug is prescribed at the rate of 1 drop per 8-10 kg of body weight. It helps well with gastric and duodenal ulcers, as well as with biliary and renal colic and hemorrhoids.

Belles during pregnancy

Sometimes, belladonna preparations can be given to pregnant women. They are effective for painful sensations throughout the body, especially in the internal organs, in the area of ​​the uterus and pelvis. Broths and plant extracts can eliminate the risk of miscarriage or bleeding that has occurred. However, the use of these drugs during pregnancy requires the strictest observance of all standards of precaution and observation of a physician.

Belladonna extract

The extract is a thick dark brown mass with a peculiar smell. It contains alkaloids in the amount of 1.5%, reduces the secretion of lacrimal, sweat, digestive, bronchial glands, has a bronchodilator effect, mainly on small bronchioles. The use of the drug causes dilation of the pupil and increases intraocular pressure, helps to reduce the cholinergic effect of the vagus nerve on the heart, relaxes the smooth muscles of the intestine, bile and urinary tract.

The extract is obtained by the method of repercolation (extraction of useful substances) leaves 28% water-alcohol mixture.

Root belladonna

The root of the plant has a cylindrical shape and light gray color. It contains coumarins, sterols, flavonoids. Harvested raw materials are used for the treatment of many diseases as an antispasmodic and painkiller, drugs from it are prescribed for Parkinson's disease in the form of a wine decoction or tablets.

Broth: 30 g of crushed roots must be mixed with 100 g of activated carbon and dilute this composition in 500 ml of dry white wine. Boil the composition on low heat for 10 minutes, then filter and take 1 teaspoon three times a day on an empty stomach. Treatment continued for three days in a row.

Handsome dwarf

This perennial plant, reaching a height of 1.5–2 meters, has a long root, from which grows many direct, strongly branched shoots. The leaves in its upper part are arranged oppositely, in pairs. Brownish-purple flowers grow between the leaves on long stalks. Berries glossy black, large. Plant blooms from June to August. This species grows in Europe and Asia Minor, prefers limestone soils rich in calcium.

The plant is deadly poisonous, in all its parts poison is contained. In our time, traditional medicine refuses to use this dangerous plant. However, extracts and extracts of belladonna, for both internal and external use, are sometimes used for pains of various etiologies. In the old days, poisons and love potions were made from plants.

Biological description

Juniper is a perennial herb that reaches a height of two meters, with a powerful, many-headed rhizome. The stem is straight, thick, forked branching, covered with fluffy glandular hairs in the upper part. The lower leaves are short, alternately arranged, the upper ones are almost opposite, in each pair one leaf is three times larger than the other. The shape of the leaves is ovate, sharpened at the top, the edge is solid.

The flowers are drooping, arranged one at a time or two in the forks of the stem and at the base of the leaves, on pubescent pedicels. The shape of the flowers is regular, the five-membered flowers have a double perianth. The corolla is brown-violet or dirty-purple, bell-shaped, 2-3 cm long.

The fruit of the belladonna is a juicy purple-black shiny berry, located in a cup, which remains after breaking the berries. Inside are small flat seeds. The belladonna blossoms from June to August, the fruits ripen from July.

The plant has a disjunctive (intermittent) area of ​​distribution, which consists of several separate growing areas in the Crimea, the Caucasus, Western Ukraine, and Western Europe. At present, the wild belladonna is practically not harvested, as it is under protection, to obtain raw materials for medicinal purposes, the plant has been introduced into culture.

Collecting and harvesting

When harvesting raw materials, belladonna follow the precautions due to the poisonousness of the plant: they work with gloves, you should not touch the eyes and lips during the collection, after completing the work, you should thoroughly wash your hands and face with soap and water.

Three types of raw materials are subject to preparation: grass, leaves and roots. From the beginning of the budding stage to the beginning of fruiting, the leaves are harvested, manually breaking them up to five times during the growing season. During the fruiting period, the above-ground part of the plant is mowed down, leaving a stem about 10 cm high. After the final harvest of the grass, after 3-5 years of using the plantation, before its elimination, the plant roots are dug out with the help of mechanized means. The roots are cleaned from the ground, washed, removed small, large cut lengthwise.

Dry raw materials quickly, in artificial dryers at a temperature of 40-45 degrees.

Dried raw materials are stored in a dry place for two years, according to list B (potent raw materials containing alkaloids).

Chemical composition

All parts of belladonna contain tropane alkaloids - scopolamine and hyoscyamine. The main one is the optically active hyoscyamine, when released from vegetable raw materials, goes into optically inactive atropine. Roots contain alkaloid radobelin. In addition to alkaloids, steroids, flavonoids, phenolic acids, derivatives of kaempferol, quercetin, aliphatic alcohols and oxycoumarins are found in the plant.

Medical applications

The pharmaceutical industry produces such preparations of the belladonna ordinary:

  • Atropine sulfate, tablets of 0.0005 g are used for stomach ulcers, pylorospasm, spasms of the biliary tract and intestines, chronic gastritis and colitis, cholangitis, renal colic, bradycardia.
  • Atropine sulfate, injection solution 0.1% - prescribed to relieve spasms of internal organs, before performing operations and anesthesia to reduce the secretion of glands and prevent spasm of the respiratory tract. The introduction of atropine before radiological examination of the gastrointestinal tract helps to reduce the motility of the stomach and intestines. In psychiatry, the solution is prescribed to patients with schizophrenia and manic-depressive psychosis. In addition, atropine sulfate is administered to patients as an antidote (antidote) for organophosphate poisoning, prozerin, morphine, fungi.
  • Atropine sulfate, eye drops 1%, eye ointment 1% - prescribed for the expansion of the pupil in the study of the fundus of the eye, with eye diseases (iritis, iridocyclitis, keratitis) to give the eyes a functional rest.
  • Belladonna tincture - antispasmodic, is part of the combined drugs: drops Zelenin, Valocormid, gastric drops (used as a sedative for increased excitability, vegetative-vascular dystonia, spasms of the digestive tract).
  • Dry and thick belladonna extracts, which are obtained from the grass and leaves of the plant, are used to prepare combined drugs: Bécarbon, Besalol, Bellalgin and Bellastezin tablets are used for gastritis, stomach and intestinal spasms, Teofedrin tablets are prescribed for bronchospasm removal, Anusol, Betiol, candles with belladonna extract used to treat hemorrhoids.
  • Solutan is a combination drug containing radobelin, an alkaloid of belladonna root. Solutan is prescribed for the treatment of asthma and bronchitis, it has a bronchodilator and expectorant effect.
  • The collection of anti-asthma - it includes the leaves of belladonna, henbane and dope. The collection is set on fire and the resulting smoke is inhaled during attacks of bronchial asthma.
  • Aeron - tablets for the treatment of airborne and seasickness, their active ingredients are alkaloids scopolamine and hyoscyamine.
  • Belladonna is a part of homeopathic preparations that are used in the treatment of nervous diseases, diseases of the stomach and intestines, respiratory tract.
  • Urobesal - tablets used to treat diseases of the urinary system and intestines.
  • Akliman, dragee - a combined drug, which includes alkaloid root belladonna. It is used for menopausal disorders, accompanied by disorders of the nervous system.
  • Scopolamine hydrobromide, injection solution 0.05% - used in the treatment of Parkinson's disease, relieving withdrawal symptoms, in sea and air diseases, in preparation for operations. Eye drops 0.25% prescribed for the expansion of the pupil in the diagnosis of eye diseases, as well as in the treatment of uveitis, iridocyclitis.

Harm and contraindications

Beladonna is an extremely poisonous plant, therefore its use is contraindicated in children, pregnant and lactating women. Also, belladonna preparations should not be used in patients suffering from glaucoma, prostatic hypertrophy, obstructive diseases of the urinary tract and intestines, coronary heart disease, tachycardia. With caution prescribed belladonna drugs for the elderly.

With an overdose of drugs Belladonna dry mouth, dilated pupils, impaired urination, heart palpitations are noted. When large doses of belladonna enter the body, there is a loss of consciousness, hallucinations, and death is possible.

In case of poisoning with belladonna preparations it is necessary:

  • call an ambulance,
  • wash the stomach,
  • take activated carbon and strong tea (it contains tannin, which promotes the precipitation of alkaloids),
  • introduce antagonist drugs, such as prozerin,
  • when cardiac arrest and respiration are resuscitation.

You should be especially careful while walking with children: the belladonna berries look very attractive, but two fruits are a lethal dose for a small child.

Folk recipes

Traditional medicine recommends the use of such drugs belladonna:

  • Infusion of leaves - with depression, neuralgia, pulmonary tuberculosis, convulsions.
  • Leaves tincture - inside with intestinal colic, insomnia, diarrhea. Outwardly in the form of compresses for tumors and infiltrates.
  • Broth roots - inside with Parkinson's disease, neuralgia. Outwardly - with rheumatism and gout.
  • Fresh leaves - impose on the tumor, used to treat skin diseases.

Application in other industries

In veterinary medicine decoction and infusion belladonna used as a painkiller, however, it should be remembered that the excess dosage can lead to poisoning of horses, poultry, cattle. Insensitive to belles deer.

Infusion and decoction can also be used to kill fleas and other harmful insects.

Growing up

Bella is a heat-loving plant, for its cultivation requires a climate with a mild and snowy winter. Otherwise, the plant may freeze at low temperatures. The site for planting is sunny, since a sufficient amount of alkaloids is not formed in the shade. Sowing seeds begin when the soil warms up well, the better the land is plowed, the more powerful the belladonna root system will develop.

The soil should be fertile, permeable to air and moisture. With a lack of watering belladonna will have small and weak leaves. It is very good to add mineral fertilizers to the soil. Periodically it is recommended to loosen the soil and weed weeds, so that young plants develop better.

Interesting Facts

It is believed that the Latin name of the belladonna - Atropa - comes from the name of the goddess of fate Atropa. When the time allotted for a man to life ended, the goddess cut the thread of life with her scissors and the man died. This name also indicates the poisonous properties of the plant, which frightened and repelled people. The belladonna was considered a magical plant, in the Middle Ages there was a belief that a witch's brew made from belladonna could turn a person into a witch. For a long time, traditional medicine used belladonna limitedly because of the fear of its poisonous properties.

Harvesting and storage of belladonna

As a raw material is used as a terrestrial part of the plant, and its rhizome. The belladonna leaves are collected at the very beginning of flowering, cutting off them manually. This can be done during the first half of the summer. As soon as the first fruits ripen, the rest of the ground part begins to be harvested. For this, the belladonna is cut off like any other plant at a distance of 10-15 cm from the ground. The roots are also removed by hand at the end of the summer. To do this, they are pulled out, cut off all the branches, gently shake off the ground and steamed. It is impossible to wash the root, as it may soon rot and become unsuitable for the preparation of raw materials.

Drying raw materials at a temperature of at least 40-45 degrees. Most often for this purpose use industrial ovens or winnowing machines. For drying, the grass should be finely chopped and spread out in a thin layer on the oven shelf. By the artisanal way the belladonna needs to be dried under a canopy on hot summer days. The dried parts of the plant are hypertoxic, so they need to be stored separately from other raw materials, in tightly closed tin or glass jars. Raw materials are stored no more than two years.

Composition and medicinal bellows

  1. For medicinal purposes, use leaf, grass and rhizome. The raw material of the plant is used to make medicines used to treat gastritis, kidney stones and inflammation of the gastric mucosa.
  2. In addition, preparations based on the extract of the plant irritate the nervous system of the body, activating mental and physical activity, increasing efficiency and endurance.
  3. decoctions, tinctures and powders from raw materials are used in traditional medicine for the treatment of gastric and duodenal ulcers.
  4. Fee belladonna used during treatment of hemorrhoids, anal fissures and atrioventricular blockade.
  5. The main active ingredient of the belladonna is atropine. Atropine is a popular plant poison that can be fatal if overdose. However, if used correctly - with knowledge, it helps to reduce the secretion of salivary, gastric and bronchial glands.

Zelenin drops for the treatment of heart neurosis

This collection of herbs is widely known in traditional medicine. To prepare the drops, you need to take 2 tablespoons of a May lily of the valley, a tablespoon of valerian, 2 teaspoons of belladonna and menthol. All this is placed in a plastic vessel and pour a liter of vodka or half a liter of 96% alcohol. Infused for 3 weeks, after which it is poured into a glass jar (! Important). Apply the need for 30 drops 3-4 times a day. Store in a refrigerator in a tightly closed container.

Tincture of belladonna for the treatment of gastritis, smooth muscle spasm and hemorrhoids

40% alcohol and crushed leaves of belladonna must be taken in a proportion of 10 to 1. Insist on the windowsill, closer to sunlight for 1 week. The finished tincture should have a reddish-brown color, a bitter taste and a characteristic odor. The tincture contains about 0.02 percent of alkaloids, which is an acceptable dose for an adult organism. Take no more than 2 teaspoons per day, and for taste can be diluted with lime honey or jam.

Enema powder decontamination roots for cleaning the body

In case of severe poisoning, you can make a quick enema on the basis of belladonna powder, until an ambulance arrives. To create a cleansing enema, 100 grams of powder should be poured with a liter of boiling water, allowed to cool to room temperature or put in a refrigerator to speed up the process. The resulting decoction should be divided into two steps.

Anti-asthma collection

This collection is sold in a pharmacy in the form of a powder suitable for smoking. The collection consists of two parts of the belladonna, 1 part henbane, six parts of the dope and 1 part of sodium nitrate. The drug must be used during asthma attacks. For this, powder is poured into a teaspoon and set on fire. Smoke is inhaled. In some cases, the powder is sold as a cigarette.

What is this plant?

Belle is a perennial herb that belongs to the group of strong narcotic poisons. In medicine, this plant is in demand because of the presence of atropine alkaloid in it.

This substance is able to reduce muscle spasms, reduce the secretion of glands, activate the heart, cause dilated pupils. The Latin name of the demoiselle is Atropa belladonna.

The plant, which has the beautiful name "belladonna", is the strongest poison that can cause painful death. At the same time, it is used as a medicine that can help in the fight against many diseases.

Medicinal properties of the plant

Atropine (the main alkaloid of belladonna) determines the pharmacological capabilities of the plant. It is capable of blocking m-cholinergic receptors, as a result of which the activity of the digestive organs, reproduction and secretion decreases, and the vegetative function, which provides the so-called “hit-and-run” reaction, is activated relatively.

In medicine, this plant is used due to its following effects on the human body:

  1. Antispasmodic effect. Atropine alkaloid can relax smooth muscles. As a result, it is possible to stop spasms of the stomach, bronchi, gallbladder, uterus, bladder.
  2. Inhibition of gland secretion. Belladonna ordinary (belladonna) contributes to the suppression of gland secretion. Reduces the secretion of saliva, sweat. The secretion of gastric juice and pancreatic enzymes is significantly reduced.
  3. Stimulation of breathing. Derivative belladonna stimulate the center of respiration. As a result, using belladonna preparations, it is possible to suppress bronchospasms, to stop coughing. It is worth noting that overdose can cause respiratory paralysis.
  4. Acceleration of the heartbeat. Belly can improve heartbeat. This property is especially useful if a person has a slow rhythm, but it is very dangerous if there is tachycardia.
  5. Pupil expansion. This property is claimed by ophthalmologists. Promotes certain eye examinations.
  6. Central effects. Atropine is able to influence the higher divisions of the National Assembly. It is mild, but an overdose can contribute to the emergence of excessive arousal, anxiety, much less often - seizures.

Also demoiselle is used in hematology. With the use of plant raw materials of this plant created tools that effectively eliminate spasms of internal organs and pain in the heart. In homeopathy, belladonna is used in the treatment of abscesses, gout, mastitis and parkinsonism.

What diseases can be treated using belladonna?

Official medicine uses herbal debris for the manufacture of drugs that can help in the treatment of many diseases. The use of demoiselle in medicine is very extensive.

The main indications for the use of preparations containing belladonna include:

  • Respiratory pathology. Drugs containing belladonna effectively suppress bronchospasms and laryngospasms. This effect is due to the antispasmodic effect of belladonna and the ability to suppress the activity of the glands. That is why the treatment of bronchial asthma is highly in demand drugs with this plant in the composition.
  • Diseases of the digestive tract. Culture allows you to eliminate gastrointestinal spasms, which are caused by gastritis, intestinal colic, ulcerative lesions, spastic colitis.
  • Heart diseases. The belle helps to eliminate such ailments as angina, bradycardia. It can also cope with a blockade of electrical conduction of the heart.
  • Disorders of the endocrine system. The leaf of the demox ordinary is recommended for treatment of the symptoms accompanying the disease, which is characterized by excessive secretion of individual glands. For example, funds with belladonna can cope with excessive sweating, resulting from a disorder of the thyroid gland.
  • Neurological problems. Belladonna can be used in the treatment of Parkinson's disease and vascular dystonia. In addition, drugs with this plant contribute to the treatment of paresis, which occurred on the background of cerebral palsy. In psychiatry, they are used to treat depression.
  • Diseases of gynecological nature. In this case, the belladonna is used as suppositories for relieving uterine spasms. Such drugs can be prescribed to stimulate childbirth. Allow to regulate generic activity.
  • Hemorrhoids, diseases of the urinary system. Suppositories are able to eliminate spasms of the urethra and anus.

Belladonna can also be used in the treatment of intoxication conditions, which are caused by fungi, antidepressants, organophosphates and narcotic analgesics. Quite often, atropine is used in combination with morphine to reduce the negative effects of opium on the body before the operation.

Danger of intoxication

Apply belladonna should be with extreme caution. To use drugs with its content should be strictly prescribed by a doctor and only in those dosages that are prescribed. Any deviation from the prescribed treatment regimen can lead to side effects. They are manifested in the form of dry mouth, difficulty urinating and tachycardia. If similar symptoms occur, it should be immediately reported to your doctor. He will consider the possibility of reducing the dosage or replace the drug with a similar one.

If strong belladonna poisoning has occurred, then hallucinations, clouding of consciousness, constipation, motor agitation, and mental disorder may occur. If you suspect an overdose of drugs containing belladonna, you must immediately call the ambulance. Waiting for doctors, the patient should put a cleansing enema, give about a liter of a weak solution of potassium permanganate to drink. Activated carbon can also be taken to absorb toxin.

Medicines incorporating belladonna

Official medicine uses decongestant to prepare ointments, tablets and tinctures. Such drugs, due to their high ability to poison, are sold mainly on prescription.

The following drugs are presented in the Russian pharmacies, having in their composition a belladonna:

  • "Belladonna extract". Manufacturers offer two types of extract: thick and dry. The tool is used in the treatment of cholecystitis, bradycardia, ulcerative lesions, gallstone disease.
  • "Tincture belladonna". This drug is used as an antispastic agent. It is prescribed, as a rule, in pathologies of the gastrointestinal tract. In accordance with the instructions for use, take this drug should be in an amount of not more than 5-10 drops. Reception can be repeated, if it is assumed pathology, several times a day. The maximum dose that can be prescribed by a doctor is 23 drops.
  • "Bekarbon". These pills can be prescribed for bowel spasms. Most of the day you need to take two or three tablets.
  • "Besalol". This drug is also available in tablets. And it is used as an antispasmodic and antiseptic for gastrointestinal ailments. Quite often it is used for stool disorders and poisoning.

Belladonna candles in obstetrics are very popular. They allow you to soften the cervix, have a positive effect on the regulation of labor. Due to this, the birth process is much easier due to the analgesic effect and faster due to the relaxation of the uterus.

Raw belladonna ordinary used in herbal medicine. About this further.

Use in traditional medicine

Belladonna is rather widely used among traditional healers. Nevertheless, it is always necessary to remember that every part of the plant (without exception) is very poisonous. In the process of making money you must adhere to the recommendations. The slightest retreat can provoke poisoning.In this regard, the independent preparation of drugs using belladonna is extremely undesirable. The best solution would be to seek help from an experienced herbalist. He will be able to properly make a tool and give recommendations on the correct use of belladonna. Folk remedies are used for various violations:

  • Joint pain. In order to reduce discomfort in the joints, it is recommended to use a decoction of belladonna roots. This tool should be rubbed into the painful areas or apply compresses soaked in this broth.
  • Parkinson's disease. When this disease should be used decoction belladonna. It helps to reduce symptoms. After several steps, trembling of the limbs is significantly reduced.
  • Tumors, infiltrates. Folk healers report that it is possible to reduce the size of a tumor in the breast by applying to it the belladonna (belladonna) leaves. This procedure significantly improves the patient's condition. In addition, tincture prepared using the leaves of belladonna and taken orally can help in the treatment of cancer, such as ovarian cancer. This drug should be used in conjunction with conventional treatment.
  • Prostatitis. For the treatment of this pathology, not only pharmaceutical suppositories can be used, but also prepared by traditional healers. However, traditional medicine insists that there are means that are much more effective than belladonna.

Testimonials from physicians and patients suggest that treatment with belladonna-based medications is very effective. Nevertheless, one should always remember that the belladonna is a poisonous plant.

The use of belladonna ordinary should be very careful, and its use should strictly adhere to the recommendations of the doctor.

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