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Hyoscyamos

A poisonous Eurasian plant (Hyoscyamus niger) having an unpleasant odor, sticky leaves, and funnel-shaped greenish-yellow flowers.

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Analgesia and Anesthesia: Etymology and Literary History of
Female of hero. Hero ('´ ). Hyoscyamos vo v o.
Bilsenkraut
KULTURGESCHICHTE , ETHNOBOTANIK : “Hyoscyamos“ = Schweinsbohne ist bereits bei den antiken Autoren DIOSCORIDES und bei PLINIUS erwähnt.
The Ancient Technique of “Gastrorrhaphy”
mandragoras, hyoscyamos, hellebore, and nightshade.10.
Pliny's pharmacopoeia or the Roman treat
Hyoscyamos. Hyoscyamus albus. Atropine.
em 317521221; ~ w, ‚
Anhang. Ob unter altercum Hyoscyamos niger. L.

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Sacred Earth - Plantprofile: Henbane (Hyoscyamos niger)
Powerful plants are always treated with suspicion for it is entirely in the hands of the practitioner, whether they will heal or harm.
Hyoscyamos niger - definition of Hyoscyamos niger by the Free
A poisonous Eurasian plant (Hyoscyamus niger) having an unpleasant odor, sticky leaves, and funnel-shaped greenish-yellow flowers.
Hyoscamus niger - definition of Hyoscamus niger by the Free Online
Pain relief and sedation in Roman Byzantine texts: Mandragoras
Pain relief and sedation in Roman Byzantine texts: Mandragoras
Dec 1, 2002 Pain relief and sedation in Roman Byzantine texts: Mandragoras officinarum, Hyoscyamos niger and Atropa belladonna.

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