SUCHI ATROPA BELLADONA MAADAK (NARCOTIC) local anaesthetic and analgesic
Local uses in eye dilatation
- ATROPA BELLADONA
- HYOSCYMINE– 0.81-0.5 %
- LAGHU, RUKSH
- TIKTA, KATU
- MAADAK ( NARCOTIC )
ACTIONS AND USES–
- REDUCES KAFA AND VATA DOSHAS AND ELLIVATES PITTA DOSHA.
- acts as a local anaesthetic and analgesic.
- it is a pupil dilatory.
- it can therefore be given in oedematous conditions, painful conditions, it’s use is prohibited in case of raised intraocular pressure.
- it acts as a stimulant and precipitates convulsions.
- suppress salivation and stomach ache.
- it depresses the heart in small doses and in large doses acts as a stimulants, hence it can be given in angina, arrhythmias and myocardial infarction.
- it relieves cough and dyspnoea conditions also whooping cough.
- it also relieves urinary tract inflammation, renal stones.
- its leaves also relieve diabetes mellitus.
- it acts as an antidote towards opium, Aconitum ferox and acids.
- it relieves itching and excess sweat production.
- LEAVES AND ROOTS
- POWER 30 – 60 ml
- BELLADONA TINCTURE- 5 – 30 DROPS
- ATROPINE- 0.25 – 1 mg
- dryness of mouth,
- dilated pupil,
- blurriness of vision,
- difficulty in swallowing,
- urticarias etc.
- STOMACH WASH.
- USE OF ANTIDOTES.
- USE OF TANNINS,
- TEA, COFFEE,
- STIMULANTS AND FOMENTATION.
- to be used carefully with infants and old people.
- some people also have a hereditary intolerance to it ,
- specially vata and pitta prakrati people