Noun(1) An alkaloidal extract or tincture of the poisonous belladonna plant that is used medicinally(2) Perennial Eurasian herb with reddish bell-shaped flowers and shining black berries(3) Extensively grown in United States(4) Roots and leaves yield atropine(5) An alkaloidal extract or tincture of the poisonous belladonna herb that is used medicinally
(1) Two of the most popular and better known are arnica and belladonna .(2) It deserves notice that he experimented with the most boasted substances - cinchona, aconite, mercury, bryonia, belladonna .(3) I have no idea what the effects of these poisonous plants would be if ingested, although I seem to recall that belladonna has hallucinogenic properties.(4) And belladonna in higher doses is poisonous, and was employed by poisoners over the centuries.(5) This species also includes tobacco, poisonous belladonna , and the toxic plants herbane, mandrake, and jimson weeds.(6) By the late eighteenth century William Heberden was recommending cold baths and blisters u251cu00f6u251cu00e7u251cu2510applied to the loins' and belladonna was later used as a cure.(7) Some members of this family are historically notorious such as belladonna , now used for treating asthma, and the nightshades.(8) Derivatives of plant leaves, flowers, stems, berries, fruits and roots account for about half of those available including some of the better known - arnica and belladonna .(9) And the sweet-shop that had been a pharmacy, so that jars of humbugs stood next to jars of belladonna .(10) A discussion of botanicals such as chaparral, lobelia, wormwood, belladonna , and kava is provided from the point of view of experienced clinicians.(11) Flying ointment made from mugwort in a carrier oil may be safer, but it is not just as good as one made from hemlock, belladonna , and other baneful herbs carefully mixed and applied.(12) Some women used belladonna to pale their complexions to a ghostly pallor but Antonia's mother had forbidden this, fearing her daughter's health.(13) The most common ingredients prescribed were iodides, organic nitrites, stramonium, belladonna , atropine, hyoscyamus, tobacco smoke, and menthol.(14) Although a small benefit has been found from the combination of belladonna and phenobarbital, concern over adverse effects and possible addiction problems has limited its use.(15) Medicines like silver nitrate, belladonna , chalk powder and peppermint water were used extensively.(16) Homeopathic remedies which can help include allium for streaming eyes and a raw nose, belladonna for a cold which comes with a high temperature and a great thirst, and pulsatilla if you're bothered by thick yellow mucus.