forking larkspur

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forking larkspur,

n Latin name:
Delphinium consolida; part used: plant, flower, leaves; uses: destroy and remove intestinal worms; induce urination; induce sleep; lower blood pressure; promote bowel evacuation, relax and dilate blood vessels, remove skin parasites, spasmodic asthma, dropsy, hemorrhoids, relieve violent purging, colic; precautions: can cause toxicity in large doses. Also called
doubtful knight's spur, field larkspur, forked larkspur, hezaren, larkspur, royal knight's spur, and
wilde ridder-spoor.
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