Dulcamara


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Dulcamara

Homeopathy
A minor homeopathic remedy used for those suffering from cold damp weather or abrupt drops in temperature; it may be used to treat conjunctivitis, cough, cystitis, diarrhoea, pruritus and warts.
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dulcamara. Aeolothrips bicolor Hinds in the family Aeolothripidae was collected.
Richard Burkhard shows off gloriously as Dr Dulcamara and manages to get us all giggling at the break-neck speed at which he can sing!
Duncan Rock's preening and elegantly sung Belcore avoids all possible boorishness and roughness of delivery and Richard Burkhard similarly is a Dulcamara without buffo excesses.
The quack also tells Nemorino that it will take a day for the potion to work, which gives Dulcamara time to get out of town before it doesn't.
Terfel makes light work of the requirements and other vocal requirements of the role of Dulcamara.
The traveling doctor Dulcamara takes advantage of Nemorino's naivety and sells him a bottle of Bordeaux wine claiming that it is a love potion.
Dr Dulcamara's Pots & Potions has sandalwood soap and shaving cream, each housed in blue porcelain pots that re-create the charm of a Victorian bathroom, PS30 each with personalisation available (www.potsandpotions.co.uk).
No romantics for me," he said, before launching into the role of devious salesman Dulcamara, trying to sell his love potion, in a piece from the opera The Elixir of Love.
Solanum dulcamara (dulcamara) Medicamento contra los efectos del tiempo humedo.
After his debut as Schaunard (La boheme), he moved on to roles such as Don Basilio, Melisso (Alcina), Masetto (Don Giovanni), Don Giovanni and Dulcamara (L'elisir d'amore).
* Woody Nightshade (Solanum dulcamara) - Most species of solanum are poisonous and this scrambling perennial is often found in hedgerows and on shingle beaches, with oval leaves and purple flowers with yellow stamens, flowering from May to September.