jimson weed

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Da·tu·ra stra·mo·'ni·um

a species that is the main source of stramonium.
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Analysis of biologically active compounds in potatoes (Solanum tuberosum), tomatoes (Lycopersicon esculentum), and jimson weed (Datura stramonium) seeds.
The frightening thing is that there is no real antidote to ingesting too much Jimson Weed or similar plants.
The 15-year-old boy testified that he went with friends to buy one jimson weed pod and [he seeds from two others from Faber for $5.
And at breakfast this morning, Felicia asked Albert How the brain of the dove, never actually experiencing The jimson weed itself, could possibly distinguish And remember the significance of its seed-filled tips In shadow.
Jimson weed toxicity: management of anticholinergic plant ingestion.
His friend's mother reported that the boys had been chewing what they believed were jimson weed seeds.
Boyd of Texas A&M University in College Station, show shamans surrounded by jimson weed and peyote, two consciousness-altering substances.
Azaleas, caladiums, delphiniums, flax, tobacco and jimson weed carry toxin in all their parts, while others carry it only in the leaves or in their berries.
* I use the following to boil, juice and can or freeze, then spray on my plants: onions, garlic, chives, dandelion, jimson weed, hot pepper, cactus, bull nettle, milkweed, thistle, chickweed, mint, collards, cabbage, cauliflower, turnips, kale, and mustard.
Intoxication with anticholinergic agents such as pesticides or Jimson weed was considered; however, toxicology studies were negative.
In many of the scenes, the shamans are surrounded by jimson weed and peyote, consciousness-altering substances that have been found in Pecos River rock shelters dating to at least 4,000 years ago, assert Carolyn E.
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