A plant species of the genus ATROPA, family SOLANACEAE that contains ATROPINE; SCOPOLAMINE; BELLADONNA ALKALOIDS and other SOLANACEOUS ALKALOIDS. Some species in this genus are called deadly nightshade which is also a common name for SOLANUM.
A plant genus of the family SOLANACEAE which contain SOLANACEOUS ALKALOIDS including ATROPINE which is named after this genus.
Alkaloids obtained from various plants, especially the deadly nightshade (Atropa belladonna), variety acuminata; atropine, hyoscyamine and scopolamine are classical, specific antimuscarinic agents with many pharmacologic actions; used mainly as antispasmodics.
A plant genus of the family SOLANACEAE which contains TROPANES.
Alkaloids, mainly tropanes, elaborated by plants of the family Solanaceae, including Atropa, Hyoscyamus, Mandragora, Nicotiana, Solanum, etc. Some act as cholinergic antagonists; most are very toxic; many are used medicinally.
Materials or substances used in the composition of traditional medical remedies. The use of this term in MeSH was formerly restricted to historical articles or those concerned with traditional medicine, but it can also refer to homeopathic remedies. Nosodes are specific types of homeopathic remedies prepared from causal agents or disease products.

The plastid chromosome of Atropa belladonna and its comparison with that of Nicotiana tabacum: the role of RNA editing in generating divergence in the process of plant speciation. (1/21)

The nuclear and plastid genomes of the plant cell form a coevolving unit which in interspecific combinations can lead to genetic incompatibility of compartments even between closely related taxa. This phenomenon has been observed for instance in Atropa-Nicotiana cybrids. We have sequenced the plastid chromosome of Atropa belladonna (deadly nightshade), a circular DNA molecule of 156,688 bp, and compared it with the corresponding published sequence of its relative Nicotiana tabacum (tobacco) to understand how divergence at the level of this genome can contribute to nuclear-plastid incompatibilities and to speciation. It appears that (1) regulatory elements, i.e., promoters as well as translational and replicational signal elements, are well conserved between the two species; (2) genes--including introns--are even more highly conserved, with differences residing predominantly in regions of low functional importance; and (3) RNA editotypes differ between the two species, which makes this process an intriguing candidate for causing rapid reproductive isolation of populations.  (+info)

Tobacco to tomatoes: a phylogenetic perspective on fruit diversity in the Solanaceae. (2/21)

The Solanaceae contains many species of agricultural importance. Several of these are cultivated for their fruits, such as the tomato, the pepper and the aubergine. The family is very diverse in fruit type with capsules, drupes, pyrenes, berries, and several sorts of dehiscent non-capsular fruits occurring in the 90+ genera. In this paper, recent work on fruit type evolution in angiosperms is reviewed in relation to dispersal agents and habitat ecology. Defining fruit types in the Solanaceae in a simple five state system, then mapping them onto a previously published molecular phylogeny based on chloroplast DNA allows discussion of the evolution of these fruit types in a phylogenetic framework. Capsules are plesiomorphic in the family, and although berries are a synapomorphy (shared derived character) for a large clade including the genus Solanum (tomatoes and aubergines), they have arisen several times in the family as a whole. Problems with homology of drupes and pyrenes are discussed, and areas for future investigation of fruit structure homology identified. The distribution of fruit types in the large and diverse genus Solanum is also discussed in the light of monophyletic groups identified using chloroplast gene sequences. This variety is related to recent advances in the understanding of the molecular biology of fruit development. Finally, several key areas of future comparative, phylogenetic investigation into fruit type evolution in the family are highlighted.  (+info)

Eukaryotic genome evolution: rearrangement and coevolution of compartmentalized genetic information. (3/21)

The plant cell operates with an integrated, compartmentalized genome consisting of nucleus/cytosol, plastids and mitochondria that, in its entirety, is regulated in time, quantitatively, in multicellular organisms and also in space. This genome, as do genomes of eukaryotes in general, originated in endosymbiotic events, with at least three cells, and was shaped phylogenetically by a massive and highly complex restructuring and intermixing of the genetic potentials of the symbiotic partners and by lateral gene transfer. This was accompanied by fundamental changes in expression signals in the entire system at almost all regulatory levels. The gross genome rearrangements contrast with a highly specific compartmental interplay, which becomes apparent in interspecific nuclear-plastid cybrids or hybrids. Organelle exchanges, even between closely related species, can greatly disturb the intracellular genetic balance ("hybrid bleaching"), which is indicative of compartmental coevolution and is of relevance for speciation processes. The photosynthetic machinery of plastids, which is embedded in that genetic machinery, is an appealing model to probe into genomic and organismic evolution and to develop functional molecular genomics. We have studied the reciprocal Atropa belladonna-Nicotiana tabacum cybrids, which differ markedly in their phenotypes, and found that transcriptional and post-transcriptional processes can contribute to genome/plastome incompatibility. Allopolyploidy can influence this phenomenon by providing an increased, cryptic RNA editing potential and the capacity to maintain the integrity of organelles of different taxonomic origins.  (+info)

Recurrent autumnal psychosis. (4/21)

Acute confusional states in the older patient often have a remediable cause. Every effort should be made to ascertain the cause so that appropriate treatment can be given and future episodes prevented. A patient is described who presented with recurrent episodes of acute psychosis after ingestion of Atropa belladonna (deadly nightshade).  (+info)

Alkaloids in plants and root cultures of Atropa belladonna overexpressing putrescine N-methyltransferase. (5/21)

Putrescine N-methyltransferase (PMT) is the first alkaloid-specific enzyme for nicotine and tropane alkaloid formation. The pmt gene from Nicotiana tabacum was fused to the CaMV 35S promoter and integrated into the Atropa belladonna genome. Transgenic plants and derived root cultures were analysed for gene expression and for levels of alkaloids and their precursors. Scopolamine, hyoscyamine, tropine, pseudotropine, tropinone, and calystegines were found unaltered or somewhat decreased in pmt-overexpressing lines compared to controls. When root cultures were treated with 5% sucrose, calystegine levels were elevated in control roots, but were not affected in pmt-overexpressing roots. 1 microM auxin reduced calystegine levels in control roots, while in pmt-overexpressing roots all alkaloids remained unaltered. Expression level of pmt alone is apparently not limiting for tropane alkaloid formation in A. belladonna.  (+info)

Ultramolecular homeopathy has no observable clinical effects. A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled proving trial of Belladonna 30C. (6/21)

AIMS: To investigate if ultramolecular homeopathy has any clinical effects. This was assessed using the proving of the homeopathic remedy Belladonna given at an ultramolecular dose (30C), as a model. A proving states that when a homeopathic remedy is given to a healthy person, they will experience symptomatic effects specific to that remedy. If ultramolecular doses are clinically active, the Belladonna 30C group should experience more true Belladonna proving symptoms than the placebo group. METHODS: Healthy subjects (n = 253), aged 18-30 years, took part in this double-blind, randomized placebo-controlled study. Total study duration was 4 weeks. Subjects were randomized before 1 week placebo run-in. They received 2 weeks of treatment intervention (Belladonna 30C or placebo) and were followed up for 1 week. Subjects recorded any symptoms experienced during the total study period on a daily basis using a structured questionnaire. Symptom diaries were analysed blind to determine if each subject had proved or not (based on predefined criteria). The main outcome was the proportion of subjects who had proved in each treatment group. RESULTS: No significant group differences in proving rates were observed [Belladonna provers N = 14 (13.9%); placebo provers N = 15 (14.3%); mean difference -0.4%, 95% confidence interval -9.3, 10.1] based on intention to treat analysis. Primary outcome was not affected by seasonality or the individual's attitude to complementary medicine. CONCLUSION: Ultramolecular homeopathy had no observable clinical effects.  (+info)

Metabolic engineering of medicinal plants: transgenic Atropa belladonna with an improved alkaloid composition. (7/21)

The tropane alkaloid scopolamine is a medicinally important anticholinergic drug present in several solanaceous plants. Hyoscyamine 6 beta-hydroxylase (EC 1.14.11.11) catalyzes the oxidative reactions in the biosynthetic pathway leading from hyoscyamine to scopolamine. We introduced the hydroxylase gene from Hyoscyamus niger under the control of the cauliflower mosaic virus 35S promoter into hyoscyamine-rich Atropa belladonna by the use of an Agrobacterium-mediated transformation system. A transgenic plant that constitutively and strongly expressed the transgene was selected, first by screening for kanamycin resistance and then by immunoscreening leaf samples with an antibody specific for the hydroxylase. In the primary transformant and its selfed progeny that inherited the transgene, the alkaloid contents of the leaf and stem were almost exclusively scopolamine. Such metabolically engineered plants should prove useful as breeding materials for obtaining improved medicinal components.  (+info)

Overexpression of tropinone reductases alters alkaloid composition in Atropa belladonna root cultures. (8/21)

The medicinally applied tropane alkaloids hyoscyamine and scopolamine are produced in Atropa belladonna L. and in a small number of other Solanaceae. Calystegines are nortropane alkaloids that derive from a branching point in the tropane alkaloid biosynthetic pathway. In A. belladonna root cultures, calystegine molar concentration is 2-fold higher than that of hyoscyamine and scopolamine. In this study, two tropinone reductases forming a branching point in the tropane alkaloid biosynthesis were overexpressed in A. belladonna. Root culture lines with strong overexpression of the transcripts contained more enzyme activity of the respective reductase and enhanced enzyme products, tropine or pseudotropine. High pseudotropine led to an increased accumulation of calystegines in the roots. Strong expression of the tropine-forming reductase was accompanied by 3-fold more hyoscyamine and 5-fold more scopolamine compared with control roots, and calystegine levels were decreased by 30-90% of control. In some of the transformed root cultures, an increase of total tropane alkaloids was observed. Thus, transformation with cDNA of tropinone reductases successfully altered the ratio of tropine-derived alkaloids versus pseudotropine-derived alkaloids.  (+info)

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A traditional dose of belladonna leaf powder is 50 to 100 milligrams taken by mouth, with a maximum single dose of 200 milligrams (0.6 milligrams of total alkaloids, calculated as the ingredient hyoscyamine) and a maximum daily dose of 600 milligrams. A traditional dose of belladonna root is 50 milligrams, with a maximum single dose of 100 milligrams (0.5 milligrams of total alkaloids, calculated as hyoscyamine) and a maximum daily dose of 300 milligrams. A traditional dose of belladonna extract is 10 milligrams, with a maximum single dose of 100 milligrams (0.5 milligrams of total alkaloids, calculated as hyoscyamine) and a maximum daily dose of 150 milligrams. The expert German panel, the Commission E, suggests these doses mainly for the treatment of gastrointestinal spasm. For tincture of belladonna (composed of 27 to 33 milligrams of belladonna leaf alkaloids in 100 milliliters of alcohol), informal reports suggest either a total dose of 1.5 milligrams daily (divided into three doses daily ...
Belladonna is many things: a deadly poison, a potent medicine, a sacred plant since prehistory, a plot device in ancient and modern literature, and the ultimate witches herb. It is so beloved of the Devil, its said he only leaves it unattended on May Eve while he is busy being worshipped at the witches sabbath. Of the witches flying ointment recipes surviving today, almost all of them contain belladonna and it is usually the main active ingredient. The tropane alkaloids in belladonna can cause heart palpitations in large doses which can make one feel like they are flying or falling and this herb can also cause very vivid lucid dreams. This combination creates an effect similar to a shamanic otherworld journey but the witchs flight is astral, not physical. Belladonna is a dream herb par excellence. Apply the ointment 1-3 hours before bed to use for dream work.. Ancient Greek mythology and literature ties belladonna to famous witches like Circe and Medea who learned about it from the titans ...
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Belladonna is a perennial herb that is native to Europe and Asia Minor, but is now grown quite often in the United States, Europe, and India. While growing in the wild, which Belladonna commonly does, a slight dose can be fatal. The nickname deadly nightshade is a good clue of its potency. When Belladonna was first used it was for cosmetic purposes. Women felt that if they used it to dilate their pupils, they would look more sexy and alluring. This explains the name Belladonna, which means beautiful lady in Italian ...
Belladonna Description Belladonna, more commonly known as deadly night-shade, Atropa belladonna, devils cherries, devils herb, divale, dwale, dwayberry, great morel, naughty mans cherries, and poison black cherry, is a perennial herb that has been valued for its medicinal properties for over f
Deadly nightshade (Atropa belladonna), also referred to as bitter nightshade, is a highly-toxic, perennial herb from the solanaceae family that also includes tomatoes, pepper and eggplants. The shrublike plant has purple-shaded, cylindrical stems with drooping, five-lobed, purple flowers. The ovate, pointed foliage is dusky green on the top with lighter undersides. Deadly nightshade grows to a full height of 3 to 5 feet and is a native of Asia, Europe and North Africa. You can use recommended herbicides or physical removal to get rid of the plant.. ...
Deadly nightshade leaf. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a section through a deadly nightshade (Atropa belladonna) leaf. Four chloroplasts (green) are seen across centre. Chloroplasts are the sites of photosynthesis, the process that synthesises carbohydrates from carbon dioxide and water using sunlight. The pigment responsible for photosynthesis, chlorophyll, is found on stacks of parallel thylakoids (green lines) called grana. Starch grains (grey) are seen within the chloroplasts. Magnification: x10,000 when printed at 10 centimetres wide. - Stock Image C020/8525
Hot flushes accompanied by palpitations and profuse sweating can be significantly reduced by taking 5 granules of Belladonna 5 CH at the onset of the first symptoms.. In the case of paroxysmal tachycardia, it is advisable to take 5 granules of Belladonna 7 CH at the moment of the attack while respecting the same dosage to prevent any recurrence of the pathology. Nevertheless, it is far preferable to stick to a prescription established by a professional, especially in case of tachycardia and hypertension.. Regarding ophthalmologic diseases, it is once again up to the practitioner to determine the frequency of intakes as well as the most suitable dilution for dealing with allergic conjunctivitis. In case of styes, the treatment consists of taking 5 granules of Belladonna 5 CH every two hours over a two-day period in order to prevent the formation of pus. Finally, while waiting for a medical consultation, relieve the symptoms linked to photophobia by taking 5 granules of Belladonna 5 CH every ...
The tropine group is a [3,2,1]Bicyclooctane derivative. [3,2,1] means you have three, two, and one atoms in between the bridges. The cyclohexane ring can be arranged in a chair conformation. You also see a 5-membered and a 7-membered ring. The oxygen is in endo position, meaning it points toward the bigger part of the remaining ring ...
Coarse, branched, perennial herb with red sap; leaves alternate, simple; flowers axillary, drooping, tubular, 5-lobed, dull red-purple or greenish purple; fruit a glossy, purple-black ...
When I was a girl, I went for a walk in the forest with my family. While prancing about, as I was wont to do, I came across a bush of the most beautiful berries surrounded by flowers that looked, to me, like small purple bluebells. I was young, but I remember the allure of…
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Atropa belladonna is a perennial herbaceous plant in the family Solanaceae, native to Europe, North Africa, Western Asia, and some parts of Canada and the United States.
Hyoscyamine is used to provide symptomatic relief of spasms caused by various lower abdominal and bladder disorders including peptic ulcers, irritable bowel syndrome, diverticulitis, pancreatitis, colic, and interstitial cystitis. It has also been used to relieve some heart problems, control some of the symptoms of Parkinsons disease, as well as for control of abnormal respiratory symptoms and hyper-mucus secretions in patients with lung disease. It is also useful in pain control for neuropathic pain, chronic pain and palliative care - comfort care - for those with intractable pain from treatment resistant, untreatable, and incurable diseases. When combined with opioids it increases the level of analgesia (pain relief) obtained. Several mechanisms are thought to contribute to this effect. The closely related drugs atropine and hyoscine and other members of the anticholinergic drug group like cyclobenzaprine, trihexyphenidyl, and orphenadrine are also used for this purpose. When hyoscyamine ...
Black nightshade is a common herb or short-lived perennial shrub, found in many wooded areas, as well as disturbed habitats. It reaches a height of 30 to 120 cm, leaves 4.0 to 7.5 cm long and 2 to 5 cm wide; ovate to heart-shaped, with wavy or large-toothed edges; both surfaces hairy or hairless; petiole 1 to 3 cm long with a winged upper portion. The flowers have petals greenish to whitish, recurved when aged and surround prominent bright yellow anthers. The berry is mostly 6 to 8 mm in diam., dull black or purple-black. In India, another strain is found with berries that turn red when ripe. Sometimes S. nigrum is confused for the more toxic deadly nightshade, Atropa belladonna, which is in a different Solanaceae genus altogether. A comparison of the fruit shows that the black nightshade berries grow in bunches, the deadly nightshade berries grow individually. ...
Atropine is a tropane alkaloid, that can be extracted from the deadly nightshade (Atropa belladonna), mandrake (Mandragora officinarum) and certain other plants. It is mainly used as a drug. Atropine can be deadly. The substance derives its name from Atropos, one of the three Fates. In Greek mythology, the Fates chose how a person was to die. Atropine is a core medicine in the World Health Organizations Essential Drugs List, which is a list of minimum medical needs for a basic health care system.[1] The second part of the Latin name (belladonna, pretty woman) comes from the fact that it can be used to temporarily disable the eyes adaptation to light. This will lead to big pupils, which were considered pretty in a woman of the Renaissance. Atropine can also be used to resuscitate patients that have gone into cardiac arrest. It can also be used as an antidote to certain poison gases and insecticides. ...
Fire burn and cauldron bubble - Macbeth IV, i. Hallucinogenic compounds called tropane alkaloids are made by a number of plants including Atropa belladonna (deadly nightshade), Hyoscyamus niger (henbane), Mandragora officinarum (mandrake), and Datura stramonium (jimsonweed). During the Middle Ages, parts of these plants were used to make brews, oyntments, or witches salves for witchcraft, sorcery, and other nefarious activities. Somewhere along the line, the observation was made that the hallucinogenic compounds, hyoscine in particular, could be absorbed through sweat glands (especially in the armpit) or mucus membranes of the rectum or vagina. These routes of administration also bypassed rapid metabolism by the liver (and severe intestinal discomfort) had these extracts been taken orally.. Broomsticks ...
Belladonna is rich in potentially deadly alkaloids, but low doses may help with menopause & migraines. Read on to learn how to use it safely.
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Belladonna is a naturally occurring mixture. Belladonna produces many effects in the body, including relief from spasms of the gastrointestinal tract (stomach and intestines), the bladder, and the biliary tract. This is helpful in controlling conditions such as colitis, spastic bladder, diverticulitis, infant colic...
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Belladonna Meaning in Urdu is ماکو - Mako Urdu Meaning. The most accurate translation of Belladonna, Mako in English to Urdu dictionary with Definition Synonyms and Antonyms words.
An alkaloid, originally from Atropa belladonna, but found in other plants, mainly SOLANACEAE. Hyoscyamine is the 3(S)-endo isomer of atropine. Atropine, a naturally occurring belladonna alkaloid, is a racemic mixture of equal parts of d- and l-hyoscyamine, whose activity is due almost entirely to the levo isomer of the drug. Atropine is commonly classified as an anticholinergic or antiparasympathetic (parasympatholytic) drug. More precisely, however, it is termed an antimuscarinic agent since it antagonizes the muscarine-like actions of acetylcholine and other choline esters. Adequate doses of atropine abolish various types of reflex vagal cardiac slowing or asystole. The drug also prevents or abolishes bradycardia or asystole produced by injection of choline esters, anticholinesterase agents or other parasympathomimetic drugs, and cardiac arrest produced by stimulation of the vagus. Atropine may also lessen the degree of partial heart block when vagal activity is an etiologic factor. Atropine ...
The Alnwick Garden was first laid down in 1750 by the 1st Duke of Northumberland.. The Poison Garden was added to the main garden in February 2005. Species of the Poison Garden include Strychnos nux-vomica (source of strychnine), hemlock, Ricinus communis (source of harmless castor oil but also deadly ricin), foxglove, Atropa belladonna (commonly called Deadly Nightshade), Brugmansia and Laburnum. The mission of the Poison Garden also includes drug education, with featured plantings of cannabis, coca and the opium poppy Papaver somniferum.. Check this tour video to hear more stories about these killer plants.. ...
Theres a reason that Atropa belladonna is commonly called deadly nightshade. While it may not hold the official title of deadliest flower in the world (theres no consensus on that topic), and other flowers like oleander are similarly dangerous, belladonna is notable not only for its ability to kill but for its history and unusual appearance. This perennial herbaceous plant, native to Europe, North Africa and Western Asia, has been used for centuries as a medicine, cosmetic, poison and hallucinogen. Both the foliage and the very juicy and tempting-looking dark purple berries of this plant are highly toxic. The scientific name atropa is thought to be derived from that of the Greek goddess Atropos, one of the three fates, who was responsible for determining a mans death. Belladonna is Italian for beautiful woman. ...
Hedge Witch Flying Ointment is used for love magic due to its euphoric and aphrodisiac properties and is very powerful for all types of spellwork. It can also be used for divination and astral travel. It can also help with pain relief, mood elevation, and increase in libido. This product contains European Mandrake Root (Mandragora officinarum), Belladonna (Atropa belladonna), and Datura (Datura innoxia.) Use with caution. Skin test first. Use the mini spatula with a pea sized amount of the ointment and rub onto the wrists, wait 30 minutes and reapply as comfortable. Effects can last 4-6 hours. If any adverse reaction or skin irritation occurs, immediately wash the area with cold water and soap ...
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It has a long history of use as a medicine, cosmetic, and poison. Before the Middle Ages, it was used as an anesthetic for surgery; the ancient Romans used it as a poison (the wife of Emperor Augustus and the wife of Claudius both used it to murder contemporaries); and predating this, it was used to make poison tipped arrows. The genus name atropa comes from Atropos, one of the three Fates in Greek mythology, and the name bella donna is derived from Italian and means beautiful woman.. Belladonna tinctures, decoctions, and powders, as well as alkaloid salt mixtures, are produced for pharmaceutical use, and these are often standardised at 1037 parts hyoscyamine to 194 parts atropine and 65 parts scopolamine. The alkaloids are compounded with phenobarbital and/or kaolin and pectin for use in various functional gastrointestinal disorders. The tincture, used for identical purposes, remains in most pharmacopoeias, with a similar tincture of Datura stramonium having been in the US Pharmacopoeia ...
Alkaloid from Atropa Belladonna. C17H23NO3.. Is most commonly used or abused by ophthalmologists to dilate the pupil. See Sickel, British Quarterly, 1868, vol. xxvi, p. 672, and Norton, in New York J. M., vol. i, p. 365, 1873. Hence seventy symptoms are marked (In sick :), such being observed on patients. A good proving by Kafka may be found in the British Quarterly, vol. xv, page 238.. MIND. [1] [Atro. s. ...
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Morell kept a medical diary of the drugs, tonics, vitamins and other substances he administered to Hitler, usually by injection or in pill form. Most were commercial preparations, some were his own. Since some of these compounds are considered toxic, many historians have speculated Morell may have contributed to Hitlers poor health. This fragmentary list of representative ingredients would have seemed somewhat less shocking during the 1940s: amphetamines, Atropa belladonna, Atropine, caffeine, chamolile, cocaine via eyedrops, E. Coli, enzymes, Eukodol (a trade name for Oxycodone), Glyconorm, Mutaflor, methamphetamine, morphine, strychnine, Oxedrine Tartrate, potassium bromide, Prophenazone, proteins, and lipids derived from animal tissues and fats, sodium barbitone, sulfonamide, testosterone, and vitamins. Morell apparently never told Hitler (or anyone else) what he was administering, other than to say that the preparations contained various vitamins and natural ingredients, though this ...
Atropin er eit lækjemiddel som vert framstelt av belladonnaplanta (Atropa Belladonna) og er ein potensielt giftig medisinsk urt. Atropin kan brukast til handsaming av ei lang rekkje lidingar: Det lammar visse nerveendar og virkar avslappande på innvollsmuskulatur. Det kan òg brukast til å turka ut lunge og strupe før narkose. Det verkar utvidande på pupillane og vert difor brukt som augedropar i forkant av augeundersøkingar og ved handsaming av regnbogehinnebetennelse. Det kan òg verka lindrande ved astma og kikhoste og kan nyttast ved enkelte tilfelle av soppforgiftning. Atropin er òg motgift ved nervegass. Atropinets vanlegaste biverknader er nedsetting av spytt- og svetteproduksjonen og hemmar dermed auget si tilpasning til syn på nært hald - altså akkomodasjonsrefleksen. ...
We had some deadly nightshade along our back fence and just reading that made me remember my Mothers warnings not to eat the berries. They do look like they should taste good though..Thank you for visiting my RT post..I am late getting around... Michelle. ReplyDelete ...
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Acetylcholine is a neurotransmitter the body uses in the parasympathetic nervous system as well as at the neuromuscular junction. Inhibiting it means that muscle contraction does not occur, or muscle relaxation will be promoted. When muscle relaxation happens in the eye, it results in dilation of the pupils. At one time it was popular for drops to be prepared from the belladonna to use in the eyes to cause pupil dilation. This was thought to be attractive. Because it can cause flushing, extracts were applied topically to the cheeks as blush to give a rosey color ...
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The specific epithet belladonna means beautiful lady. Amaryllis belladonna has many common names. For example, in the United Kingdom it is known as the belladonna or Jersey Lily. In South Africa it is known as the March Lily. Here, the flower is referred to as the Naked Lady owing to the fact that the flower appears without leaves. Amaryllis belladonna has also been called St. Josephs Staff in Portugal, St. Rosalina in Sicily, and the Madonna Lily in Italy. Within the country of Spain one might hear it referred to as Meninas Para Escola, meaning girls going to school because they bloom at the beginning of the school year, when girls in pink uniforms start attending classes.. The bulb produces one or two naked stems, each of which bear a cluster of 2-12 trumpet-shaped, fragrant flowers ranging from white, pink or purple in color. The leaves remain green throughout the winter period. In summer, the leaves die back and the bulb becomes dormant. This strange phenomenon of flowering before the ...
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Often some of the most deadly substances were once used for cosmetic purposes-that is, before their lethal qualities became obvious. An example of such commercial carelessness was thallium being marketed as a depilatory agent. It effectively removed unwanted hair, but it had a rather severe side effect of killing the person in the process. Belladonna,…
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SCOPOLAMINE AND ATROPINE Scopolamine (d -hyoscine) and attopine (dl -hyosycamine) is a tropane alkaloid found in the leaves and seeds of several plant species of the family Solanaceae, including deadly nightshade (Atropa bella-donna ) and henbane (Hyoscyamus niger ). Atropine, a major alkaloid in deadly nightshade, is also found in Jimsonweed (Datura stramonium ). Source for information on Scopolamine and Atropine: Encyclopedia of Drugs, Alcohol, and Addictive Behavior dictionary.
Family: Solanaceae Species: Solanum dulcamara Related genera: Atropa, Brugmansia, Datura, Hyoscyamus, Mandragora, Nicotiana, Scopolia, Solanum Names: This herb in the nightshade family is also known as Climbing Nightshade, Bittersweet, Woody Nightshade, Felonwood, Fellonwort, Poisonberry, Poisonflower, Scarlet Berry, Snakeberry, Trailing Bittersweet, Trailing Nightshade, Violet Bloom, Blue Bindweed and Amara Dulcis Dulcamara consists of the two words…
Just say know (a college students perspective by Leigh Heather Wilson and Jeremy Foster) ; Test your drug knowledge -- pt. I. Alcohol : liquor, whiskey, booze, hooch, wine, beer, ale, porter -- Caffeine : coffee, tea, softdrinks, energy drinks, over-the-counter pain relievers and stimulants, some prescription medications -- Ecstasy : MDMA (X, XTC, Adam), MDE (Eve), MDA (Love) -- Hallucinogens : lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD--acid, blotter, California sunshine, microdot, trip, yellow sunshine, etc.), mescaline (peyote, buttons, mesc, mescal, topi), psilocybin mushrooms (boomers, magic mushrooms, shrooms), dimethyltryptamine (DMT--businessmans special), ayahuasca (caapi, yage, vegetal), belladonna alkaloids (atropine, scopolamine, belladonna, deadly nightshade, Jimsonweed, stink weed, mandrake), phencyclidine (PCP, angel dust, T, PeaCe pill), ketamine (Special K, K), dextromethorphan (Dex, robo, red devils), Salvia divinorum (ska, Maria, la Maria, ska Pastora) -- Herbal drugs : herbal X-tacy, ...
The Belladonna has dull green leaves and bell-shaped flowers that are an unremarkable shade of purple, which yield black, shiny berries measuring approximately 1 cm in diameter. The berries are sweet, but most of their alkaloids are in the seed.. click to see the pictures....,.….(01)...(1).…....(2)..…….(3).……..(4)....……………... It is an herbaceous shrub, and can grow to be approximately one metre tall. The leaves have an oily, poison ivy-like feel and can cause vesicular pustular eruptions if handled carelessly. Many animals, such as rabbits, birds and deer, seem to eat the plant without suffering harmful effects, though dogs and cats are affected. Many reports suggest that people have been poisoned by eating animals which have previously eaten Belladonna, though this has not been verified.. Germination is often difficult due to the presence of germination inhibitors in the seeds. Belladonna is not common as a garden plant, and is considered a weed in some areas. It is not ...
Deadly nightshade, Atropa belladonna, yields tropane alkaloids including atropine, scopolamine and hyoscyamine. Anthraquinone ... ISBN 978-0-444-52736-3. "Atropa Belladonna" (PDF). The European Agency for the Evaluation of Medicinal Products. 1998. ...
"Atropa Belladonna" (PDF). The European Agency for the Evaluation of Medicinal Products. 1998. Retrieved 26 February 2017. ... Deadly nightshade, Atropa belladonna, yields tropane alkaloids including atropine, scopolamine and hyoscyamine. N,N- ...
Lee MR (March 2007). "Solanaceae IV: Atropa belladonna, deadly nightshade" (PDF). J R Coll Physicians Edinb. 37 (1): 77-84. ... ISBN 978-0-306-47862-8. Mallinson T (2010). "Deadly Nightshade: Atropa Belladonna". Focus on First Aid (15): 5. Archived from ... "Committee for Veterinary Medicinal Products, Atropa Belladonna, Summary Report" (PDF). The European Agency for the Evaluation ... Mateo Montoya A, Mavrakanas N, Schutz JS (2009). "Acute anticholinergic syndrome from Atropa belladonna mistaken for ...
"Atropa belladonna" ľad: "ice"; ľadovec: "iceberg" Poľana, mountain range in Central Slovakia; Sečovská Poľanka, historical name ...
... the toxicity of Atropa belladonna (deadly nightshade); various pigmented substances in the blood (including porphyrins); the ...
Examples of names published Atropa caucasica Kreyer. (species now demoted to Atropa belladonna ssp. caucasica (Kreyer) Avet.) ...
Hedges, Stuart H.; Herbert, Richard B. (1981). "Δ-N-Methylornithine: A natural constituent of Atropa belladonna". ...
Belladonna or deadly nightshade, Atropa belladonna (virulent poison) Henbane flower Jimsonweed flower Jimsonweed seed capsule ... Mateo Montoya, A; Mavrakanas, N; Schutz, JS (2009). "Acute anticholinergic syndrome from Atropa belladonna mistaken for ... For instance, King's American Dispensatory states in the entry on belladonna: "Belladonna and opium appear to exert ... in cases of poisoning by Atropa belladonna - far from being antidotes - 'Preparations containing morphine or opiates should be ...
rare) Atropa bella-donna L. - (declining) Staphylea colchica Stev. - (rare) Staphylea pinnata L. - (rare) Daphne altaica Pall ...
For example, atropine is isolated from the plant Atropa belladonna; strychnine is obtained from the seed of the Strychnine tree ... "daughter of Atropa" (belladonna): Development of Systematic Names for the Simple Alkanes Archived 2012-03-16 at the Wayback ...
Banewort - Ranunculus flammula or Atropa belladonna Barrenwort - Epimedium, especially Epimedium alpinum. Bearwort - Meum ...
... is a tropane alkaloid found in a variety of plants including Datura and Atropa belladonna. It is closely related in ... "Isolation and identification of littorine from hairy roots of Atropa belladonna". Plant Cell Reports. 18 (3-4): 249-251. doi: ...
She reportedly advised Agrippina to use Atropa belladonna as a poison. Extracts of atropa have been used for poisoning since ... The effective doses of atropa needed to cause hallucinations for up to four days, and the ones needed to kill a person were ... antiquity, as the plant and its fruits contain tropane alkaloids (primarily hyoscyamine and scopolamine). Atropa-derived ...
Retrieved 2021-08-10.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link) "Botanical model Atropa belladonna". collection.maas.museum. ... The Powerhouse Museum (Sydney, Australia) holds a number of his models: including a model of Atropa belladona, and of a dock ...
One of the herbs used was the nightshade Atropa belladonna for cholicspasms. The drug atropine has been extracted from this ...
It is also an antidote for Atropa belladonna poisoning, the same as for atropine. It has also been used as an antidote for ...
Known as the Belladonna Cure, it contained belladonna (Atropa belladonna) and henbane (Hyoscyamus niger). These plants contain ... Those who could afford psychiatrists or hospitals were subjected to a treatment with barbiturate and belladonna known as "purge ...
... including Atropa belladonna. The biosynthesis of these compounds is thought to take place via the tropane alkaloid pathway, the ... well known as one of the active principles present in the notoriously toxic nightshades Hyoscyamus niger and Atropa belladonna ... country belladonna') and likewise in the common name belladona given it in Bolivia. It is not yet known whether this mild ...
The pill's active ingredients consisted primarily of atropine (an extract of Atropa belladonna) and strychnine. Lambert, Angela ...
Atropine is an alkaloid first found in Atropa belladonna, a member of the nightshade family. While atropine was first isolated ... present in Atropa belladonna, deadly nightshade Cocaine, present in Erythroxylum coca the Coca plant Scopolamine, present in ...
Atropa belladonna, also called deadly nightshade. The effects of belladonna include delirium, hallucinations, light sensitivity ... If the patient went to sleep easily on this hypnotic it was safe to wake him every hour for his belladonna regimen. Dr Lambert ... On his third and last stay he showed signs of delirium tremens and was treated with the Belladonna Cure. He thought this would ... Markel, Howard; M.d (2010-04-19). "An Alcoholic's Savior: God, Belladonna or Both?". The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331. ...
... and Atropa belladonna". Israel Journal of Plant Sciences. 50 (1): 127-134. doi:10.1560/9J1P-6GCQ-M375-51P4 ...
Hyoscyamos niger and Atropa belladonna". International Congress Series. 1242: 43-50. doi:10.1016/S0531-5131(02)00699-4. ...
... belladonna ssp. caucasica. Corolla shape: Scopolia carniolica, simple, un-lobed, straight-sided bell / Atropa belladonna ... Calyx type: Scopolia carniolica, cup-shaped, with slight peaks rather than distinct lobes / Atropa belladonna distinctly lobed ... Other points of dissimilarity include: Pedicel type: Scopolia carniolica, long, slender and delicate / Atropa belladonna, ... Pistil: Scopolia carniolica, straight and shorter than corolla / Atropa belladonna, curved and exserted (=protruding beyond ...
Tropanes: The term "tropane" comes from a genus in which they are found, Atropa (the belladonna genus). Atropa is named after ... They are found in plants such as henbane (Hyoscyamus albus), belladonna (Atropa belladonna), jimson weed (Datura stramonium), ... belladonna (Atropa belladonna), jimson weed or devil's snare (Datura stramonium) and Brugmansia , as well as many others in the ... and Atropa belladonna (deadly nightshade). Certain species are widely known for their medicinal uses, their psychotropic ...
The herb Atropa belladonna has had an important meaning in the legend and symbology of the Akelarre. Hallucinogens were ...
Within Atropa belladonna atropine synthesis has been found to take place primarily in the root of the plant. The concentration ... "Synthesis of Atropine by Isolated Roots and Root-Callus Cultures of Belladonna." Botanical Gazette: Vol. 119, No. 1 (Sep., 1957 ...
The belladonna plant genus, Atropa is named after the Greek Fate, Atropos, who cut the thread of life. In early medieval times ... Naturally-occurring anticholinergic deliriants are found in the plant species Atropa belladonna (deadly nightshade), various ... Belladonna was purported to aid in the "flight of witches" where they reportedly would experience "bacchanalian carousal" or ... Deliriants such as henbane, belladonna, mandrake, jimsonweed and fly agaric are associated with and featured in many stories ...
Neurotoxicity can also result from the inhibition of receptors; for example, atropine from deadly nightshade (Atropa belladonna ...
During World War 1, various drugs were grown and developed at the station, including Atropa belladonna and Hyoscyamus niger. ...
... (Köhler's Medizinal-Pflanzen in naturgetreuen Abbildungen mit kurz erläuterndem Texte :Atles zur Pharmacopoea germanica, austriaca, belgica, danica, helvetica, hungarica, rossica, suecica, Neerlandica, British pharmacopoeia, zum Codex medicamentarius, sowie zur Pharmacopoeia of the United States of America /herausgegeben von G. Pabst) ye una rara guía melecinal alemana publicada orixinalmente en 3 volúmenes (vol.I, 1887; vol.II, 1890; vol.III, 1897). Foi obra de Hermann Adolph Koehler (1834-1879), editada dempués de la so muerte por Gustav Pabst, y contién 283 llámines en cromolitograbado de los ilustradores Walther Müller, C.F.Schmidt, y K.Gunther. Imprimir la editorial de Franz Eugen Köhler (1863-1914), lo que dio llugar a ciertu tracamundiu sobre l'autoría de la obra, pola homoninía ente autor ya imprentador, y ye corriente ver atribuyida equivocadamente, inclusive en publicaciones respetables, dicha autoría al imprentador. Pa complicar, esistió más ...
Muskarínové receptory sú inhibované atropínom, jedom prítomným okrem iných aj v Ľuľkovci zlmocnom (Atropa bella-donna). ...
Anticholinergic drugs and deliriants: Atropine, racemic hyoscyamine, from the deadly nightshade (Atropa belladonna) Hyoscyamine ...
... most commonly Atropa belladonna (Deadly Nightshade) and Hyoscyamus niger (Henbane), belonging to the tropane alkaloid-rich ...
He regularly consumed amphetamine, barbiturates, opiates, and cocaine, as well as potassium bromide and atropa belladonna (the ...
Sabbath and features lyrics referencing the traditional hallucinogenic flying ointment prepared from Atropa belladonna (and ...
... is a common name for several poisonous plants and may refer to: Atropa belladonna, or deadly nightshade, in the ...
Atropa belladonna (commonly called Deadly Nightshade), Brugmansia and Laburnum. The mission of the Poison Garden also includes ...
It can also be extracted from plants of the family Solanaceae, including Atropa belladonna (deadly nightshade), Datura innoxia ...
... L. Corolla and calyx of single flower in profile. Atropa belladonna L. Single flower angled to show both ... "Solanaceae Atropa belladonna L." Plant Name Details. IPNI. 2003-07-02. Retrieved 2008-03-01. Solanaceae Atropa belladonna L. ... Atropa belladonna (Deadly nightshade)". Botanical Society of Britain and Ireland (BSBI). "PLANTS Profile for Atropa bella-donna ... The name Atropa belladonna was published by Carl Linnaeus in Species Plantarum in 1753. Atropa is derived from the name of the ...
... berries Atropa belladonna ripe berry in close-up Anatomy of Atropa belladonna flower and berry Botanical illustration of Atropa ... The fruit of the remaining genus Atropa is a glossy, juicy berry, making Atropa species especially dangerous poisonous plants, ... as has frequently occurred in the case of Atropa belladonna, the infamous Deadly Nightshade. A ninth genus referable to ... showing curled stamens Atropa belladonna in fruit : ripe and unripe ...
Look up Belladonna or belladonna in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Belladonna or Bella Donna may refer to: Atropa belladonna ... "Bella Donna", by Kosheen from the 2012 album Independence "Bella Donna", by Stevie Nicks from the album of the same name "Bella ... Bella Donna", a single by René Carol, 1953 "Belladonna", by Ra Ra Riot from the 2019 album Superbloom "Belladonna", by Ava Max ... Fagan Bella Donna (1983 film), a West German film Belladonna (2015 film), a Croatian drama film Belladonna of Sadness, a 1973 ...
Among the flora of Romania are medicinal plants such as Arnica montana, Primula veris, Tussilago farfara, and Atropa belladonna ...
Asparagus acutifolius Asphodelus albus Asplenium ceterach Asplenium scolopendrium Athyrium filix-femina Atropa belladonna B ...
Atropa belladonna (Solanaceae) Ensete, Ensete ventricosum (Musaceae) European holly, Ilex aquifolium (Aquifoliaceae) European ...
... belladonna (Atropa belladonna), ligularia (Ligularia sibirica), rustyback (Asplenium ceterach), yellow anemone (Anemone ...
Atropa belladonna), henbane (Hyoscyamus niger) and tobacco (Nicotiana spp.), as well as the food plants eggplant and tomato. ...
Anadenanthera colubrina Anadenanthera peregrina Atropa belladonna Banisteriopsis spp. Brugmansia arborea Brunfelsia spp. Calea ...
... differs from Atropa belladonna chiefly in its glabrescence (lack of hairs), also in its narrower leaves, ... Atropa pallidiflora is the least well-known of the four currently accepted species of Atropa and is endemic to the remarkable ... where another Atropa species Atropa komarovii Blin.and Shalyt. (not currently an accepted species) is to be found. Viewed on ... with the sole exception of the strictly Ibero-Maghrebi Atropa baetica. The binomial Atropa pallidiflora was published by Eva ...
Atropa belladonna and Atropa baetica. Caterpillar Imago. Side wiew Imago. Underside view Mounted specimen Bug Guide Fauna ...
He regularly consumed methamphetamine, barbiturates, opiates, and cocaine, as well as potassium bromide and atropa belladonna ( ...
The Latin specific epithet of belladonna refers Atropa belladonna (or commonly known as 'deadly nightshade'), another ... "Pauia belladonna Deb & Ratna Dutta , Plants of the World Online , Kew Science". Plants of the World Online. Retrieved 9 ... It only contains one known species, Pauia belladonna Deb & Ratna Dutta It is native to the state of Arunachal Pradesh in the ...
Atropa belladonna L. Corolla and calyx of single flower in profile. Atropa belladonna L. Single flower angled to show both ... "Solanaceae Atropa belladonna L." Plant Name Details. IPNI. 2003-07-02. Retrieved 2008-03-01. Solanaceae Atropa belladonna L. ... Atropa belladonna (Deadly nightshade)". Botanical Society of Britain and Ireland (BSBI). "PLANTS Profile for Atropa bella-donna ... The name Atropa belladonna was published by Carl Linnaeus in Species Plantarum in 1753. Atropa is derived from the name of the ...
... 484. In Incontinence Of Urine In Children, Dr. Morand,, states that he has successfully employed the ... In Cancer, Belladonna was first exhibited by Alberti,who highly praised it in the occult stage of the disease. It was ... Schroeder states that he has found the inhalation of the fumes of the leaves of Belladonna very effica-cious. He directs 3j. or ... Hope §§ states that, when the tumour is painful and requires support, he has found a Belladonna plaster afford the greatest ...
Jeho latinsk druhov n zev bella donna - kr sn pan nazna uje, e tato rostlina byla vyu v na pro sv vlastnosti u d vno. Ve starov ... V skyt: Celkov rod Atropa zahrnuje ty i druhy, poch zej c z Evropy, z padn Asie a severn Afriky.. Obdob r stu: Rul k kvete v ...
On a shady bank it was pleasing to see this excellent specimen of a familiar plant also found in the British Isles. Mostly I see this at sea level and most often at the coast and this was the first time I had seen it growing at high altitude.. ...
usage: Belladonna is one of the witches herbs and was a ingredient of the flying ointments ... Atropa belladonna, Great morel, Seeds per gram: 900 Cultivation / direction of sowing: soak seeds 8 hours before planting, sow ... Botanical name: Atropa belladonna. Synonym:. Common name: Atropa bella-donna, belladonna, deadly nightshade, morel, wuth-beer. ... Characteristics and usage: Belladonna is one of the witches herbs and was a ingredient of the flying ointments and used as ...
Atropa belladonna (deadly nightshade) * Brugmansia spp. * Datura suaveolens (angels trumpet) * Datura stramonium (jimson weed ...
Atropa belladonna commonly known as belladonna or deadly nightshade, is a perennial herbaceous plant (rhizomatous ... Atropa belladonna is rarely used in gardens, but, when grown, it is usually for its large upright habit and showy berries. ... From June to July Atropa belladonna produces solitary pendant auburn flowers that are double and campanulate flowers ... Retrieved from "https://ayurwiki.org/index.php?title=Atropa_belladonna_-_Suchi,_Deadly_nightshade&oldid=36982" ...
Storia ed usi della belladonna. Atropa belladonna The belladonna (Atropa belladonna L.) is a flowering plant belonging to the ... Atropa belladonna 21 November 2022. 21 November 2022. ecosostenibile 0 Comments Atropa belladonna, Coltivazione della ... Phytotherapeutic properties of Belladonna, Principi attivi della belladonna, Propiedades fitoterapéuticas de Belladonna, ...
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The leaves in first-year Atropa belladonna plants are larger than those of older plants. Atropa belladonna herb on sale at ... Atropa belladonna is a perennial branching herb growing to 5 feet tall, with 8 inch long ovate leaves. ... Belladonna. Atropa belladonna Atropa belladonna is a perennial branching herb growing to 5 feet tall, with 8 inch long ovate ... The leaves in first-year Atropa belladonna plants are larger than those of older plants.. The flowers are bell-shaped, blue- ...
Atropa belladonna (deadly nightshade) * Brugmansia spp. * Datura suaveolens (angels trumpet) * Datura stramonium (jimson weed ...
Berlocken i form av belladonna är, liksom kedjan, av guldpläterat sterlingsilver 925 och pärlan är 8 mm i diameter. ... ett smycke ur vår kollektion Atropa ger extra glamour till varje outfit. Vi skräddarsyr halsbandet efter dina önskemål - välj ...
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Belladonna is a plant that can be unsafe when consumed. It can cause seizures, breathing problems, and other serious effects. ... Belladonna (Atropa belladonna) is a plant that grows from Western Europe to the Himalayas. Its also grown in the US. All parts ... Atropa belladonna, Atropa acuminata, Baccifère, Belladona, Belladone, Belle-Dame, Belle-Galante, Bouton Noir, Cerise du Diable ... Berdai MA, Labib S, Chetouani K, Harandou M. Atropa belladonna intoxication: a case report. Pan Afr Med J 2012;11:72. View ...
Belladonna "Deadly" Nightshade- Atropa belladonna, also known as deadly nightshade. It comes from the Solanaceae family…along ... Deadly Nightshade - Atropa Belladonna Root 1 Oz Tin. * $1200 $12.00 Unit price/ per ... Deadly nightshade- Atropa Belladonna "I have a deadly nightshade. So twisted does it grow-. with berries black as midnight And ... Belladonna is very heavily associated with death. Due to its narcotic nature, Belladonna was ritually used to encourage astral ...
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A list of experiences with Belladonna in category Combinations ... Atropa belladonna. Mar 19 2007. The Shower. Michael. Heroin & ... Belladonna & Phenylephrine. Mar 8 2017. Hallucinations and Lots of Hot Showers. Michael. Belladonna (with Barbiturate), ... Belladonna. Apr 22 2006. Interesting with Drawbacks. daisy. Monkshood, Belladonna, Cannabis, Poppies - Opium, Mandrake & Datura ... Belladonna, Datura, Mandrake, Valerian & Cinquefoil. Nov 16 2020. A Battle for Earths Existence. sleepwalker. Amanita muscaria ...
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Belladonna (Atropa belladonna). Belladonna, or deadly nightshade, is sometimes mistaken for blueberries. The whole plant is ... Tags: badfood, badhealth, Belladonna, Conium maculatum, food safety, food supply, foraging, hemlock, homesteading, horsenettle ... Belladonna contains a toxin called atropine which can increase your heart rate. Other side effects include dizziness and ... Belladonna is bitter and a single leaf is toxic enough to potentially kill you. ...
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Deadly Nightshade (Atropa belladonna). *Deadweed (Scopolia carniolica). *morning glory (Ipomoea purpurea). *Tulip (Tulipa ...
... Enormous, up to one metre long, elegant terminal sprays of starry, white flowers, like litle exploding fireworks, ripen to huge clusters of globose, purple-black fruits by late summer, after which the foliage take on bronze to purple tints. This statuesque clump-forming perennial with large, bright green, tri-pinnate leaves,is capable of strong growth in rich conditions, where it can form upright stems to 3m tall.
Atropine, a belladonna alkaloid, is an anti-muscarinic drug. It is extracted from Atropa belladonna. Atropine is an ...
Atropa Belladonna. Coccus Cacti. Cuprum Aceticum. Drosera. Ipeca. Lobelia. Thymus Vulgaris. Viola Odorata Complexe Lehning ... Atropa Belladonna. Cinchona Succirubra. Coccus Cacti. Drosera Rotundifolia. Ipecacuanha. Mephitis Putorius Pertudoron - Weleda ... Atropa Belladonna. Bellis Perennis. Calcium Carbonicum. Calendula. Carbo Vegetabilis. Chamomilla. Chelidonium. China. ... Belladonna. China. Eucalyptus. Nux Vomica Arnica Oligoplex - Madaus Veratrum Album. Aconitum. Arsenicum Album. Cantharis. ...
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Atropine - (nightshade - Atropa belladonna). *Cannabinoids - (Hemp fibre and plant material). Historically the principal risk ...
  • Gia, K-lee Vornja z Peronówki & Gran Rosa Amiga Atropa Bella Donna. (wolfdog.org)
  • Aesculus hippocastanum D12 (HAB), Agaricus (HAB 34) D30 (HAB 3a), Arctium D6 (HAB), Argentum nitricum D60 (HAB), Arnica montana D12 (HAB), Atropa bella-donna D4 (HAB), Aurum metallicum D60 (HAB), Eupatorium perfoliatum D4 (HAB), Gelsemium sempervirens D6 (HAB), Iris versicolor D4 (HAB). (regena.ch)
  • The antidote for belladonna poisoning is physostigmine or pilocarpine, the same as for atropine. (wikipedia.org)
  • Belladonna contains atropine. (medlineplus.gov)
  • Belladonna contains a toxin called atropine which can increase your heart rate. (naturalnews.com)
  • Atropine, a belladonna alkaloid, is an anti-muscarinic drug. (sigmaaldrich.com)
  • The other major belladonna -derived drug hyoscine (known in the United States as Scopolamine) has 92 per cent of the antimuscarinic potency of atropine. (mdwiki.org)
  • Atropa belladonna, commonly known as belladonna or deadly nightshade, is a toxic perennial herbaceous plant in the nightshade family Solanaceae, which also includes tomatoes, potatoes, and eggplant (aubergine). (wikipedia.org)
  • Tropane alkaloids are of common occurrence not only in the Old World tribes Hyoscyameae (to which the genus Atropa belongs) and Mandragoreae, but also in the New World tribe Datureae - all of which belong to the subfamily Solanoideae of the plant family Solanaceae. (wikipedia.org)
  • A. belladonna is sometimes confused with the much less poisonous black nightshade, Solanum nigrum, belonging to a different genus within Solanaceae. (wikipedia.org)
  • Atropa belladonna The belladonna (Atropa belladonna L.) is a flowering plant belonging to the Solanaceae family. (antropocene.it)
  • Poisonous plants from Solanaceae family ( Hyoscyamus niger, Datura, Atropa belladonna , Scopolia lurida, Mandragora officinarum, Duboisia ) and Erythroxylaceae ( Erythroxylum coca ) are rich sources of tropane alkaloids. (springer.com)
  • The Solanaceae family includes the famous Deadly Nighshade, Atropa belladonna . (ark.net.au)
  • Belladonna and datura are both members of the Solanaceae (nightshade) family and a few of their nightshade cousins are potatoes, eggplants, tomatoes, tobacco, wolfberry, petunias and peppers. (blogspot.com)
  • Plants from the Nightshade ( Solanaceae ) family form a special group of antispasmodics - belladonna or deadly nightshade ( Atropa belladonna ), Jimson weed ( Datura stramonium ), black henbane ( Hyoscyamus niger ). (ahealthgroup.com)
  • Description :an alkaloid, originally from atropa belladonna, but found in other plants, mainly solanaceae.indication :for the treatment of poisoning by susceptible organophosphorous nerve agents having cholinesterase activity as well as organophosphorous or carbamate insecticides and may prescribed for dilatation of pupil. (dalilaldwaa.com)
  • Both Atropa and Datura species accounts for roughly 0.2-0.8% of total alkaloids with a fairly low scopolamine (hyoscine) content. (springer.com)
  • Atropa belladonna and Datura plants also cause hallucinations. (doubtnut.com)
  • The seeds are usually dispersed by birds and animals.Species of Datura,Atropa and Hyoscyamus are dispersed by water. (blogspot.com)
  • jimsonweed ( Datura stramonium ), tomato ( Solanum lycopersicum ), the sorcerers' tree ( Latua pubiflora ), and deadly nightshade ( Atropa belladonna ). (mdwiki.org)
  • the Nordic flora") lists black henbane ( Hyoscyamus niger ), henbane bell ( Scopolia carniolica ), Jimson weed ( Datura stramonium ) and belladona ( Atropa belladonna ). (oaktreereview.com)
  • Linneaus also described and named the aforementioned Hyoscyamus niger , Scopolia carniolica , Datura stramonium , Atropa belladonna and Cannabis sativa . (oaktreereview.com)
  • Known originally under various folk names (such as "deadly nightshade" in English), the plant was baptized Atropa belladonna by Carl Linnaeus (1707-1778) when he devised his classification system. (wikipedia.org)
  • Atropa belladonna commonly known as belladonna or deadly nightshade , is a perennial herbaceous plant (rhizomatous hemicryptophyte) in the Nightshade family (which includes tomatoes, potatoes, eggplant, etc. (ayurwiki.org)
  • Belladonna "Deadly" Nightshade- Atropa belladonna, also known as deadly nightshade. (waxingthemoon.com)
  • Belladonna , or deadly nightshade, is sometimes mistaken for blueberries. (naturalnews.com)
  • It is also the name of a plant, Atropa belladonna also known as deadly nightshade. (sagescript.com)
  • Atropa belladonna 's common name, deadly nightshade, should be an immediate tip that this plant is perhaps better left out of the home garden . (bobvila.com)
  • Deadly nightshade (Atropa belladonna) is a highly poisonous plant which can be confused with the harmless twinberry honeysuckle. (helsenorge.no)
  • Common Name: Belladonna aka Deadly Nightshade Latin Name: Atropa Belladonna. (petagadget.com)
  • Active Ingredients: Aconitum (Monkshood) 30X, Atropa belladonna (Nightshade) 30X, Rhus tox. (shopuriel.com)
  • Yes, looks like Atropa Belladonna to me - Deadly Nightshade. (gardenersworld.com)
  • for Technicolor food only increases the chance of mistaking Deadly Nightshade Atropa belladonna for unusual varieties of tomatoes such as Black Cherry or Indigo Rose. (algarvewildlife.com)
  • Atropa Belladonna is an herb that also has another, more common name: deadly nightshade. (simplemost.com)
  • There are several stands of belladonna (deadly nightshade), Atropa belladonna , naturalized at the park near our house where I walk the dogs. (blogspot.com)
  • She got her name after the genus that holds the Deadly Nightshade (Atropa belladonna), which is, in turn, named after Atropos, one of the three fates in Greek mythology. (aldreaalien.com)
  • Linnaeus chose the genus name Atropa because of the poisonous properties of these plants. (wikipedia.org)
  • There isn't enough reliable information available to know if the poisonous chemicals in belladonna can be absorbed through the skin. (medlineplus.gov)
  • Linnaeus chose the species name belladonna ("beautiful woman" in Italian) in reference to the cosmetic use of the plant during the Renaissance, when women used the juice of the berries in eyedrops intended to dilate the pupils and make the eyes appear more seductive. (wikipedia.org)
  • citation needed] The use of deadly nightshades as a poison was known in ancient Rome, as attested by the rumor that the Roman empress Livia Drusilla used the juice of Atropa belladonna berries to murder her husband, the emperor Augustus. (wikipedia.org)
  • Atropa belladonna is rarely used in gardens, but, when grown, it is usually for its large upright habit and showy berries. (ayurwiki.org)
  • Belladonna (Atropa belladonna) with berries on the left, and umbrella (Lonicera involucrata) with red bracts and black berries on the right. (helsenorge.no)
  • Interesting that just a few feet away, these belladonna berries are already slightly past their prime. (blogspot.com)
  • We used to have belladonna growing wild in our back yard but I removed it to ease a neighbor's concerns about her cats possibly eating the berries. (blogspot.com)
  • Monkshood) 30X, Atropa belladonna e rad. (shopuriel.com)
  • This is where I sow the beautiful abominations of monkshood, belladonna, devil's weed and opium poppy. (wsmag.net)
  • Award-winning Helios ABC formula combines three homeopathic remedies-Aconite, Belladonna and Chamomilla-to aid in the symptomatic relief of minor feverish illnesses and/or earaches or teething in infants and children. (mirandacastro.com)
  • Atropa Belladonna, Chamomilla, Chelidonium. (homeobook.com)
  • The genus name Atropa is a reference to the Greek goddess Atropos, the oldest of the Three Fates. (algarvewildlife.com)
  • Atropa belladonna is a perennial branching herb growing to 5 feet tall, with 8 inch long ovate leaves. (herbalfire.com)
  • Belladonna is an herb. (petagadget.com)
  • Package insert: belladonna alkaloids with phenobarbital tablets. (medlineplus.gov)
  • Belladonna Alkaloids" is a descriptor in the National Library of Medicine's controlled vocabulary thesaurus, MeSH (Medical Subject Headings) . (childrensmercy.org)
  • This graph shows the total number of publications written about "Belladonna Alkaloids" by people in this website by year, and whether "Belladonna Alkaloids" was a major or minor topic of these publications. (childrensmercy.org)
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  • Новинки каталога: Blacks Club Leather Shay & Blue London, Atropa Belladonna Shay & Blue London, Framboise Noire Shay & Blue London, Watermelons Shay & Blue London. (is-perfum.ru)
  • Belladonna is most commonly known for its connection in flying ointments and the myth of witches flying on broomsticks, which the application of a "flying / witch's ointment" on a broom handle between the legs allowed the absorption of the ointment to induce hallucinations. (waxingthemoon.com)
  • The modern pharmacological study of Atropa belladonna extracts was begun by the German chemist Friedlieb Ferdinand Runge (1795-1867). (wikipedia.org)
  • Belladonna and related extracts have also been used as poison-tipped arrows! (sagescript.com)
  • Belladonna ( Atropa belladonna ), Henbane ( Hyoscyamous niger ), Mandrake root ( Mandragora officinalis ), and Ergot ( Claviceps purpurea ). (poisonappleprintshop.com)
  • The scopolamine content of Scopolia lurida (1.5 mg/100 mg dry weight of leaves) is reported to be higher than that of A. belladonna [ 4 , 7 ]. (springer.com)
  • This ghastly prospect hides behind the façade of Deadly Nightshade's benign scientific epithet belladonna: beautiful lady. (algarvewildlife.com)
  • The leaves in first-year Atropa belladonna plants are larger than those of older plants. (herbalfire.com)
  • Today, with some exception (digitalis, belladonna), plants themselves are rarely considered for medical treatment. (hubpages.com)
  • The belladonna name derives from the use of eye drops made from the plants that prevent constriction of the pupils (mydriasis), back when the size of a woman's pupils was a sign of beauty and arousal. (christinewaara.com)
  • Atropa belladonna is a branching herbaceous perennial rhizomatous hemicryptophyte, often growing as a subshrub from a fleshy rootstock. (wikipedia.org)
  • All the symptoms associated with Belladonna, as with Sepia and Pulsatilla, are generally worse for hormonal imbalances and worse for getting wet. (theholistichomestead.org)
  • Since 2010, the FDA has issued several warnings about homeopathic teething tablets and gels for infants that contain belladonna. (medlineplus.gov)
  • Also, severe side effects and death have occurred in infants treated with homeopathic teething products containing belladonna. (medlineplus.gov)
  • Despite known safety concerns, belladonna is found in some herbal supplements and homeopathic products. (medlineplus.gov)
  • In January 2017, the FDA released study findings showing "inconsistent amounts of belladonna, a toxic substance, in certain homeopathic teething tablets. (simplemost.com)
  • As a result, the FDA warned consumers that homeopathic teething tablets containing belladonna "pose an unnecessary risk to infants and children" and urged parents not to use them. (simplemost.com)
  • The analysis found that the greatest potential health risks were due to the ingestion of Colchicum autumnale and Atropa belladonna. (northumbria.ac.uk)
  • However, quality and adulteration issues are highlighted due to the roots closely resembling the roots of Atropa belladonna. (nhaa.org.au)
  • Schroeder states that he has found the inhalation of the fumes of the leaves of Belladonna very effica-cious. (chestofbooks.com)
  • I. BELLADONNAE FOLIA ( U. S. P. ), Belladonna Leaves . (henriettes-herb.com)
  • The leaves of Atropa Belladonna , Linné"-(U. S. P. (henriettes-herb.com)
  • Macroscopically: "Belladonna leaves are of two sizes, the larger about 1 ½ d. m. long, the smaller being about one-half this size. (henriettes-herb.com)
  • Belladonna is one of the witches herbs and was a ingredient of the flying ointments and used as psychoactive additive in beer and other beverages. (weberseeds.nl)
  • Belladonna was also an important ingredient in Witches brew during the Middle ages, often being equated with aggressive female sexuality. (herbalfire.com)
  • Atropa belladonna has unpredictable effects. (wikipedia.org)
  • The body's response to belladonna in children under two years of age is unpredictable and puts them at unnecessary risk," said Janet Woodcock, M.D., director of the FDA's Center for Drug Evaluation and Research. (simplemost.com)
  • Belladonna is bitter and a single leaf is toxic enough to potentially kill you. (naturalnews.com)