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Ancient poisonous flower trapped in amber a cousin to strychnine
Now a separate bit of amber has revealed another ancient treasure, this time a new plant species belonging to the genus Strychnos, which includes plants known for producing the lethal poison strychnine. The discovery of the species, dubbed Strychnos ...
Prehistoric flower a strychnine relative
Old Lady Lawyer: We Haven't Left The Building Yet
(See, the classic 1940s movie Arsenic and Old Lace: Aunt Martha, “For a gallon of elderberry wine, I take one teaspoon full of arsenic, then add half a teaspoon full of strychnine, and then just a pinch of cyanide.
Vinyl does away with theme and turns up the music-industry hustle in “The Racket”
Strychnine” by protopunk forefathers The Sonics plays over the credits. Hannibal's songs come courtesy of an imaginary band called Hannibalism, plus R&B great Charlie Wilson.
How To: Get Rid of Gophers
(Avoid any that list strychnine on the label as an active ingredient, because this poison remains in the gopher's system and may poison any predator who feasts on a poisoned gopher's remains.

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