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Digitalis purpurea POISON
Folk Names: Cow-Flop, Deadmen's Bells, Digitalis,
Dog's Finger, Fairy Fingers, Fairy Petticoats,
Fairy Thimbles, Fairy Weed, Floppy-Dock, Floptop,
Folk's Gloves, Fox Bells, Foxes Glofa, The
Great Herb, Lion's Mouth, Lusmore,
Lus na mbau side, Our Lady's Glove,
Witches Bells, Witches Thimbles
Suggested Pdf Resources
- the publication in 1785 of William Withering's p 99) reproduce an
- correspondence between Hall Jackson and Wither¬ ing. The complete story is available in Hall Jackson and the Purple Foxglove by J.
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- Such correspondences between heart and Foxglove. which has been thelsourcei of cardio drugs for 250 years, is what underpins the.
- TWO HUNDRED YEARS OF THE FOXGLOVE
- 1 William Withering, An account ofthe foxglove and some ofits medical uses: with practical remarks on dropsy and case histories for hisaccount of the foxglove in 1775, i.e., just a year before these volumes .
- An Outbreak of Foxglove Leaf Poisoning
- Foxglove (Digitalis purpurea) is native to Europe, leaves with foxglove leaves.
Suggested News Resources
- Peaceful start to Waitangi Day
- Mr de Bres said he received a "continuing thread of correspondence" against "anything that could be deemed to be a special measure or something that applies particularly to Maori or Pacific people". "Every time the issue comes up ...
Suggested Web Resources
- Foxglove | Herb | Magical Correspondences | Enchanted Realm
- Foxglove and its magickal correspondences. Magickal Herbs - Foxglove. Herb: Foxglove.
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