||If the Belladonna came in the form of pellets, it is probably a homeopathic preparation. Homeopathic remedies are often packaged as small cylinders of sugar pellets imbibed with infinitesimally small amounts of the active compound. |
It's pretty difficult from your description to be sure that what you have is the homeopathic variety. If it is homeopathic, there is little chance that enough active compound is present in a tube of pellets to produce visions. This is in no way a recommendation to take large amounts of belladonna. Homeopathic medicines are intended to be taken in very small amounts. If it's not homeopathic beladonna, or if there is some other ingredient in the pellets, it could potentially be a problem to take a large amount.
Homeopathy is based on the premise that people get sick in unique ways and that they can be cured by administering minute doses of substances that, given in large doses to healthy persons, would reproduce the unique pattern of symptoms. Homeopathy was very strong in Europe and America in the mid-nineteenth century, declined with the rise of technological medicine, and now is having a modest resurgence.
Homeopathic Belladonna is prescribed in the treatment of a variety of ailments including migraine, the common cold, teething, dysmenorrhea, photosensitivity, mumps, urinary tract infections, etc.
For more about homeopathic Belladonna and homeopathy in general:
Internet Health Library, Belladonna page
Gems of Homeopathic Materia Medica, Belladonna page
Homeopathic Remedies: An Illustrated Guide, Images of Belladonna