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aconite ( ) n. In both senses also called monkshood , wolfsbane . Any of various, usually poisonous perennial herbs of the genus Aconitum, having.

Lycotonum is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Lycotonum books and related discussion.

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The Lilies and Chillies Plant List 2011
Lycotonum. Long cream flowers, sun/semi shade in summer, up to 1.5m.
Didier Grandgeorge L'esprit du remède homéopathique
Aconitum lycotonum Gonflement des glandes .................... 33. Aconitum napellus Le sphinx ..............................................
Robin Murphy Lotus Materia Medica
Aconitum lycotonum .....................25.
Aconitum lycotonum is the only aconite, which does not contain 'aconitine'.
Ny_tt_ Microsoft Word-dokument
15 aug 2011 Aconitum lycotonum ssp. neapolitanum sydstormhatt. 35 limevit.

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Plants to ward off werewolves
Wolfsbane (Aconitum lycotonum) is an herb with toxic properties. Historically, arrows dipped in the poison extracted from the plant were used in hunting wolves, which gave rise to the word wolfsbane.

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Aconitum Lycotonum - Homeopathic Remedies
Overview of Aconitum Lycotonum (Acon-l) as a homeopathic remedy.
2 Sketch Flowers Plant Alpinum Aconitum Lycotonum Print | Old
2 Sketch Flowers Plant Alpinum Aconitum Lycotonum Print.
Aconitum Lycotonum.--Great yellow wolfsbane.--(Swelling of glands; Hodgkin's disease.
Yellow Monkshood | Aconitum Lamarckii - Perennials - Denver Plants
Latin name: Aconitum lamarckii - syn Aconitum lycotonum. Yellow Moonkshood - Aconitum lamarckii. Zone: 3 - 7.
Green and Chewy: Wolfsbane.... Magickal *and* Poisonous
Oct 23, 2010 The ancient Roman physician Dioscorides referred to wolfsbane as lycotonum. Today it is also known as monkshood or aconite.

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