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Heliotropium europaeum or
H. arborescens POISON
Folk Names: Cherry Pie, Turnsole
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- Neil Gaiman Lou Anders Paul S. Kemp Hal - Heliotrope Magazine
- 1 • Heliotrope • Spring 2009 www.heliotropemag.com.
- World War I may have allowed the emergence of “Spanish” influenza
- particular heliotrope cyanosis that was so prominent in the clinical diagnosis Correspondence: Professor J S Oxford, Department of Medical.
- Professional intellectual and zealous heliotrope: a study of the role
- As 'heliotrope', i.e. as a moral teacher who, like a sunflower, points The trope of heliotrope, an image which the Sym- ..
- Juvenile Dermatomyositis; Clinical and Laboratory Assays
- Skin involvement including heliotrope rash and Gottron papules were detected in most patients.
- Case Report Two fatal cases of dermatomyositis and ovarian cancer
- Correspondence to: A/Professor Stephen Lee AM. Sydney Medical heliotrope rash (Figures 1 and 2). Several Figure 2.
Suggested News Resources
- PG Wodehouse: a life in letters
- Wodehouse's correspondence is often clad in the epistolary equivalent of Bertie's heliotrope pyjamas, carefully buttoned up to disguise true feeling. The "cladding", for Wodehouse, has always been his written style.
Suggested Web Resources
- SPELL TABLE OF CORRESPONDENCES
- Table Of Correspondences for Spellwork.
- Heliotrope | Herb | Magical Correspondences | Enchanted Realm
- Heliotrope and its magickal correspondences. Magickal Herbs - Heliotrope. Herb: Heliotrope.
- Garden Heliotrope | RM.com ®
- Heliotrope: Correspondences: Heliotropium europaeum or H.
- The name Heliotrope is derived from the Greek words meaning "sun" and " turning" .
- HERBAL CORRESPONDENCES
- Herbal correspondences. Fennel gardenia garlic heliotrope horehound. Laurel (bay) lemon balm lime mint mistletoe.
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