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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The final product, Canova[R], contains 19 dH Thuya occidentalis (Cupresaceae) made from the bark; 18 dH Bryonia alba (Curcubitaceae) made from fresh roots; 11 dH Aconitum napellus (Ranunculaceae) made from fresh preparations of the whole plant, including the roots, at the beginning of flowering; 19 dH Arsenicum album (arsenic trioxide); and 18 dH Lachesis muta (Viperidae) venom (Pereira et al.
Monkshood, aconitum napellus, is a bit like a delphinium with spikes of blue flowers in summer.
Monk's-Hood, known scientifically as Aconitum napellus, grows in Europe, Russian and central Asia.
Aconitum Napellus - If he seems fearful and his skin is hot and dry.
Draw up 3 cc of procaine (1 % solution buffered to a pH of 7 with potassium hydroxide and no epinephrine) with 1 ampoule of Spascupreel containing Aconitum napellus 6x, Agaricus muscarius 4x, Ammonium bromatum 4x, Atropinum sulphuricum 6x, Chamomilla 3x, Colocynthis 4x, Cuprum sulphuricum 6x, Celsemium sempervirens 6x, Magnesia phosphorica 6x, Passiflora incarnata 2x, and Veratrum album.