From Atropa belladonna, deadly nightshade. The homeopathic remedy is made from the whole fresh plant, which is highly poisonous, containing the alkaloids atropine, hyoscamine, and scopolamine. The symptoms of deadly nightshade poisoning are giddiness, confusion, increasingly excited, incoherent or violent behaviour, a dry mouth and throat, flushed face, wide staring pupils, and difficulty speaking and swallowing. A high fever develops, sometimes accompanied by convulsions. Drowsiness and coma ensue, and eventually death.
The kind of person who responds most markedly to Belladonna is sturdily built, apparently in rude health, and vigorous in mind and body.
Acetic acid (in fruit, lemon juice, vinegar), tea, coffee