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Belladonna

Posted on 01.08.2019 by Yozshutilar
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8 Responses to Belladonna

  1. Mezim says:
    Belladonna is a plant also known as Atropa belladonna, Atropa acuminata, Baccifère, Belle-Dame, Belle-Galante, Bouton Noir, Cerise du Diable, Deadly Nightshade, Devil's Cherries, Devil's Herb, Divale, Dwale, Dwayberry, Grande Morelle, Guigne de la Côte, Herbe à la Mort, Herbe du Diable, Morelle Furieuse, Naughty Man's Cherries, Poison Black Cherries, Suchi, and other names.
  2. Zulkigis says:
    The homeopathic remedy belladonna is prepared using the entire belladonna plant and this medication is used to cure a number of health conditions, especially unexpected start of infections accompanied by inflammation.. Belladonna is an enduring plant that grows perennially. The plant has a plump, white colored, chunky root.
  3. Kagahn says:
    Belladonna is a plant. The leaf and root are used to make medicine. The name "belladonna" means "beautiful lady," and was chosen because of a risky practice in Italy. The belladonna berry juice was used historically in Italy to enlarge the pupils of women, giving them a striking appearance.
  4. Mitaur says:
    Belladonna (Atropa belladonna; deadly nightshade) is a toxic plant associated with the production of the so-called belladonna alkaloids, most of which are quite toxic and some of which have clinical utility at lower doses. Deadly nightshade produces mostly atropine.
  5. Fegore says:
    1. A poisonous perennial herb (Atropa belladonna) native to Eurasia and northern Africa and naturalized in parts of North America, having nodding, purplish-brown, bell-shaped flowers and glossy black berries. Also called deadly nightshade. 2.
  6. Yojind says:
    belladonna [bel″ah-don´ah] Atropa belladonna (deadly nightshade), a plant that is the source of numerous alkaloids, such as atropine and hyoscyamine. the dried leaves and fruiting tops of this plant, used in the pharmacologic preparation of anticholinergic medications for treatment of peptic ulcer and other gastrointestinal disorders. Also known as.
  7. Doule says:
    Atropa belladonna (deadly nightshade), a plant that is the source of numerous alkaloids, such as atropine and hyoscyamine. the dried leaves and fruiting tops of this plant, used in the pharmacologic preparation of anticholinergic medications for treatment of peptic ulcer and other gastrointestinal disorders. Also known as belladonna leaf.
  8. Fesar says:
    Belladonna. Important: The information below refers to products available in the United States that contain belladonna.

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