Weleda Belladonna 30C Tablets are ideal for active or acute over the counter (OTC) use. They are commonly associated for the treatment of symptoms related to motion sickness, nausea, vomiting, abdominal cramping associated with menstruation, and to reduce night-time urination.
• 125 tablets.
• Treats the symptoms of motion sickness, nausea & vomiting.
• May also help with abdominal cramping associated with menstruation & in the reduction of night-time urination.
• Ideal for active or acute over the counter (OTC) use.
• Natural homeopathic remedy.
• Vegetarian friendly.
Belladonna from Weleda can be used when there is an emotional and/or a physical element to the condition. This remedy should be taken as a short course only, unless prescribed by a medical practitioner.
What is Homeopathy?
Homeopathy is a system for medicine which has a completely different approach to disease and remedies from that found in conventional or “allopathic” medicine. Homeopathy is practised both by lay people and qualified medical professionals: doctors, dentists, even veterinary surgeons use Homeopathy to varying degrees. Many thousands of people choose to use this approach for every-day family ailments.
In the more common allopathic approach, remedies are used that work against the disease and their symptoms - the “anti” drugs. The homoeopath, by contrast, views the symptoms as a direct manifestation of the body’s attempt to heal itself. Consequently a substance is given capable of producing similar symptoms if given to a well person.
Homeopathy does not treat diseases but, rather, individuals with specific symptom pictures.
Homeopathy is an approach to treatment: it is why a remedy is given, not what is given.
How does it work?
Homeopathy attempts to stimulate the body’s own natural healing capacity. Homeopathic remedies act as a trigger for the body’s own healing forces and remedies are prescribed on a very individual basis. The homoeopath takes note of physical, mental and emotional symptoms, together with full details of the “modalities” - modalities being all the factors that make the ill person feel better or worse. From the extensive picture the homoeopath then selects a remedy, which both matches the picture and, which would, if given to a well person, create the same symptom picture.
Special Note: The theory and philosophy of Homeopathy is far more complex than has been detailed here - however such knowledge is not essential in order to use Homeopathic medicines for every-day ailments. For more complex ailments please seek the advice of a Doctor who specialises in Homeopathy.