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  • Atropa belladonna Online Atlas of the British and Irish

    A robust rhizomatous perennial herb of dry disturbed ground field margins hedgerows and open woodland. It is native only on calcareous soils particularly those overlying chalk but it occurs on a wider range of soils as an alien where it is often a relic of cultivation as a medicinal herb.

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  • Atropa belladonna The Naturopathic Herbalist

    Atropa belladonna Common name Deadly nightshade Family Solanaceae Parts used Herb root Constituents Tropane alkaloids (up to 0.5 in leaves and roots) hyoscyamine atropine scopolamine hyoscine belladonnine Volatile pyridine and pyrrolidine bases Flavonoids scopoletin scopolin kaempferol and quercetin derivatives.

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  • Belladonna Official (Atropa belladonna) seeds organic

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  • Growing Atropa Belladonna from seedHouzz

    I bought some Atropa Belladonna (deadly nightshade) seeds to try and grow for the beauty of the flowers (and no i don t have any kids or friends that might find curiosity in trying to eat any of it.) anyway I tried once to grow some seeds and after a few months I pretty much determined failure at

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  • MPGR Species OverviewAtropa belladonna

    Medicinal Plants Genomics Resource (MPGR) is an NIH funded project that provides transcript assembly sequences and annotation for those sequences from fourteen plants that are known or believed to contain natural compounds that are of interest to

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  • Atropa belladonna L. — The Plant List

    The Plant List does not attempt to include all infraspecific taxa. Further information. The following databases may contain further information on this name.

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  • Atropa Species Belladonna Deadly Nightshade Devil s

    Neutral On Aug 30 2004 smiln32 from Oklahoma City OK (Zone 7a) wrote Italian ladies used the juice to dilate their eyes to increase their beauty. According to mythology Atropos one of the three goddesses of fate used the berries to cut the thread of life.

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  • Belladonna broomsticks and brain chemistry Feature

    A more recent report of intoxication from the smoke of henbane seeds was provided by Gustave Schenk in 1966 "My teeth were clenched and a dizzy rage took possession of me. my feet were growing lighter expanding and breaking loose from my body.

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  • Atropa bella-donna Deadly Nightshade Belladonna PFAF

    Atropa bella-donna is a PERENNIAL growing to 0.9 m (3ft) by 0.8 m (2ft 7in). It is hardy to zone (UK) 7. It is in flower from June to August and the seeds ripen from August to October. The species is hermaphrodite (has both male and organs) and is

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