Aconitum napellus

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Synonyms for Aconitum napellus

a poisonous herb native to northern Europe having hooded blue-purple flowers

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2005), and even in seeds with deep physiological dormancy such as Euonymus europaeus (Baskin and Baskin, 1998), it is a seed trait little known in seeds with MPD, apart from Aconitum napellus subsp, castellanum (Herranz et al.
Nueva poblacion zamorana de este geofito ligado a bosques riberenos que ya era conocido en la ribera del rio Aliste (Valle 1984: 296, sub Aconitum napellus subsp.
References to plant remedies for hot flushes appear in Kings Dispensatory of 1898: Aconitum napellus (aconite) is recommended for 'disorders of the menopause, with alternate chills and flushes of heat, with rush of blood to the head, cardiac palpitation, dyspnea, gastric fullness, sense of distension in the bladder, with frequent attempts to pass urine (Locke)' (Felter 1983).
Its active components are Aconitum napellus, bryonia Dawn, Lachesis trigonocephalus and Thuya occidentalis (Gabriel, 2004).
Monkshood, aconitum napellus, is a bit like a delphinium with spikes of blue flowers in summer.