Belladonna (Childhood Fever Remedy) 200CH

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Belladonna 200CH: Pellets (one vial) | UNDA Homeopathic Remedy

Indication: Homeopathic remedy for childhood fevers. High fevers with rapid and sudden on-set are well suited for Belladonna. Cheeks are normally flushed, and the skin is hot to the touch. 


  • Adults and Children Older then 2 years: Take 3 to 5 pellets (granules) 2 to 3 times daily or as directed by your healthcare practitioner. Allow to dissolve under tongue. Stop when symptoms are relieved. Stop use and ask a doctor if symptoms persist or worsen. 
  • For Children under 2 years: Shake to dissolve 3-5 pellets (granules) in 10ml of water. Use glsss dropper to assist with dilution and your child’s oral ingestion.
  • 60ml or 120ml amber glass droppers are available:
  • Acute Fever DoseDissolve 3-5 pellets in roughly 10ml water = one dose. Shake before use, and give under the tongue.
  • Often used in replace of children’s tylenol. 
  • Doses can be re-administered every half hour to an hour, or as otherwise required. Monitor your child’s temperate often. Keep your child well hydrated. If fever persists, visit your healthcare practitioner. 
  • Vial contains approximately 140-granule (pellets). 
  • Risk Information: Keep out of reach of children. Do not use if pellet-dispenser seal is broken. If pregnant or breastfeeding‚ ask a health professional before use. Always monitor your child's temperature, and maintain hydration.

Ingredient:  Belladonna 200CH (Deadly nightshade whole plant)

Inactive IngredientsSucrose‚ Lactose

Additional Information

  • Common name: Deadly nightshade
  • Confirmation: Heavy perspiration
  • Improved by: Rest
  • Aggravated by: Light‚ noise‚ touch


The statements throughout this site are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Individual results may vary. Seek the advice of a competent health care professional for your specific health concerns. If you have a medical condition or are pregnant please consult your primary health care provider before use.