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co·ni·um

(kō-nē'ŭm),
The dried unripe fruit of Conium maculatum (family Umbelliferae), also known as spotted cowbane or spotted parsley; it has been used as a sedative, antispasmodic, and anodyne.
Synonym(s): hemlock
[L. fr. G. kōneion, hemlock]

conium

See hemlock.
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In this discussion the word 'hemlock' refers to poison hemlock, Conium maculatum (L).
This study was prompted by initial field investigations related to the presence of Conium maculatum (hereafter, Conium) in Cook County.
See Thomas Laarson, Some History and Effects of Conium Maculatum L (Uppsala Univ.
The tension between historical and contemporary modes of representation also created a point of departure for Stelios Faitakis's Socrates Drinks the Conium, 2007, a vast mural that juxtaposes Byzantine religious iconography with latter-day war and riot scenes: Christian saints with Palestinian-style head scarves are set against a golden sky dotted with planes and bombs.
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Especies caracteristicas: Arctium minus y Conium maculatum.
Lawton (publications manager, Missouri Botanical Garden) introduces plants, that if combined in a bouquet, would send decidedly mixed messages; sweet cicely and parsley have pleasant connotations, while Conium maculatum is the poison hemlock that killed Socrates.
The relatively mesic NE zone, with highest altitudes and woody vegetation, and the SW zone (our study area), a semi-arid biome where vegetation today consists mainly of a impoverished grassland of introduced weeds including Erodium cicutarium, Hordeum murinum, Acaena argentea, Anthoxanthum odoratum, Centaurea melitensis and Conium maculatum (for more information on exotic vegetation see Matthei et al.
Instead, try Conium 30c, one tablet twice daily at least 30 minutes before or after meals for two months.
opulus Well-Established DWF, MHF Herb Layer Alliaria petiolata Targeted DWF Cirsium arvense Well-Established EM, DWF Conium maculatum Well-Established MHF Coronilla varies Well-Established EM Daucus carota Well-Established EM, DSS, DWF Dipsacus fullonum L.
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