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- Belladonna: Correspondences
- Atropa belladonna Poison Folk Names: Banewort, Black Cherry, Deadly Nightshade, Death's Herb, Devil's Cherries, Divale, Dwale, Dwaleberry, Dwayberry, Fair Lady, Great Morel, Naughty Man's Cherries, Sorcerer's Berry, Witch's Berry Gender: Feminine Planet:...
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- Henbane: Correspondences
- Hyosycamus niger POISON Folk Names: Black Nightshade, Cassilago, Cassilata, Deus Caballinus, Devil's Eye, Hebenon, Henbells, Hogsbean, Isana, Jupiter's Bean, Jusquiame, Poison Tobacco, Symphonica Gender: Feminine Planet: Saturn Element: Water Deity: Power:...
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- Belladonna (Deadly Nightshade)
- This remedy is made from the deadly nightshade, an ancient herb used in witch-craft and magick. It was also used in eyedrops by Italian women to increase their beauty: 'bella donna' means 'beautiful woman'; what this herb then does is dilating the pupils,...
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- The Paths of the Qabalah
- I must confess, I've been trying to use the book "The Talking Tree" by William Gray and I admit that I've been having a hard time. Most Tree of Life glyphs start the eleventh path with the Fool, as it is with most tarot decks. Gray begins with the...
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- Nightshades - Balanced Bites
- Nightshades contain particular kinds of lectins (sugar-binding proteins) that are particularly legumes, dairy and plants in the nightshade family.
- King County Best Management Practices for Bittersweet Nightshade
- Legal Status in King County: Bittersweet nightshade is not on the Washington Noxious Weed one of the toxins found in deadly nightshade or belladonna.
- Bittersweet nightshade
- Bittersweet nightshade. Solanum dulcamara L. Solanaceae (Nightshade family).
- Black nightshades - <i>Solanum nigrum</i> L. and related species
- Cover: Solanum nigrum — Garden Nightshade, from W. Curtis, Flora . The black nightshades (Solanum nigrum L.
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- Eastern Mediterranean: eating your way through the region
- But because they were initially believed to be poisonous (as a member of the nightshade family), it wasn't until the late 18th century that tomato was used as a topping on flat bread in Italy to create pizza.
- Book Review: The Best Horror of the Year: Volume Three
- By Sandy Amazeen Aug 30, 2011, 0:55 GMT Filled with zombies, werewolves and assorted end of the world scenarios, Nightshade's Volume Three horror collection features everything readers would expect along with some interesting surprises and twists.
- In the Bins: Japanese eggplant cousin of potato, tomato, other nightshades
- A member of the nightshade family, Japanese eggplant is a cousin to the tomato and potato families and is classified as a berry. Japanese eggplant is long and slender, about 8 inches in length with a glossy black-purple to very light purple color.
- Nightshade Sauce
- The two primary ingredients in salsa are tomatoes and peppers, both of which hail from a family of crops called nightshades, which also include eggplants and potatoes. Nightshades often cook well together, and they store well together.
- Farmers Market: Let me count the ways eggplant is good for you
- Called aubergine in France, eggplant is a member of the nightshade family of vegetables, including tomato and potato. Known for its characteristic taste as well as texture, eggplants are best enjoyed between August and October.
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- Solanaceae - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The name of the family comes from the Latin Solanum "the nightshade plant", but the The family is also informally known as the nightshade - or potato family.
- WHFoods: What are nightshades and in which foods are they found?
- Nightshades are a diverse group of foods, herbs, shrubs, and trees that have fascinated scientists, doctors, and nutritionists for centuries.
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- Nightshade, common name for both a family of plants, and for a genus of mostly weedy plants.