stramonium

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stra·mo·ni·um

(stra-mō'nē-ŭm),
The dried leaves and flowering or fruiting tops with branches of Datura stramonium or D. tatula (family Solanaceae), a herb abounding in temperate and subtropic countries; it contains an alkaloid, daturine, identical with hyoscyamine. It is an antispasmodic and has been used in the treatment of asthma and parkinsonism; when abused or taken inadvertently, it may cause an atropine-like toxic psychosis.
[Mod. L.]

stramonium

/stra·mo·ni·um/ (strah-mo´ne-um) the flowering plant Datura stramonium or a preparation of its dried leaf and flowering or fruiting tops; it is a source of hyoscyamine and scopolamine and has anticholinergic and parasympatholytic effects. It is used in folk medicine, Chinese medicine, and homeopathy.

stramonium

(strə-mō′nē-əm)
n.
1. The jimsonweed.
2. The dried poisonous leaves of this plant, formerly used for medicinal purposes.

stra·mo·ni·um

(stră-mō'nē-ŭm)
Dried leaves and flowering or fruiting tops with branches of Datura stramonium or D. tatula; an antispasmodic; has been used in the treatment of asthma and parkinsonism.
[Mod. L.]

stramonium (str·mōˑ·nē·m),

stramonium

daturastramonium.