Homeopathy medicine Belladonna from William D. Gentry ‘s Rubrical and Regional Text Book of Homeopathic Materia Medica, comprising the characteristic symptoms of homeopathic remedies from drug provings, published in 1890….

1 Retention of urine, which passes drop by drop (Canth, Nux- v.).

3 Involuntary micturition; constant dribbling; paralysis of sphincter vesicae.

5 Difficult, scanty urination (Acon, Cantharis)

7 Dull pressing in region of bladder during night.

9 Spasmodic, crampy straining along ureter during passage of calculus.

11 Urine:-

(a) Bright, yellow and clear

(b) Frequent, copious, pale and watery

(c) First clear, becomes turbid on standing

(d) Blood-red

(e) When heated, almost invariably deposits a cloud of phosphates.

(f) Turbid like yeast, with reddish sediment

(g) Appearance of having been mixed with soot or black dust.

(h) Stains linen like saffron

(i) Becomes turbid, with reddish sediment (Kreas, Sepia)

13 frequent desire, with small quantity; only few drops in bladder.

15 Region of bladder very sensitive to pressure or jar.

17 Tenesmus of bladder.

19 Sensation of turning and twisting in bladder, as if from a large worm

21 Feces escape when urinating (Rhus-t.)

23 Enuresis; wets bed; restless, starts in sleep (in children).

25 Enuresis at night with profuse sweat.

27 Enuresis during deep sleep in daytime.

29 Acute cystitis.

31 Dysuria (especially of children and excitable women)

33 Nephritis; acute inflammation of kidneys.

35 Suppression of stool and urine, accompanied with profuse sweat.

37 Spasms of urethra and incontinence of urine (Atropia 2x).

William Daniel Gentry
William Daniel Gentry. (1836-1922) was the author of Concordance Repertory of the Materia Medica and The Rubical and Regional Textbook.