Datura


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Related to Datura: Datura stramonium, Brugmansia
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The smell of lemongrass, tobacco plant, scent leaf, or Datura stromonium, when planted around the building repels snakes.
Datura (anticholinergic alkaloids) the whole plant including its nectar is toxic and intoxication occurs by ingesting the seeds or smoking the plant.
El genero Brugmansia, junto con los generos Datura e Hyoscyamus, posee un alto contenido de alcaloides del tropano como escopolamina, hiosciamina y atropina (4,) (8) .
alba has shown negative impact rather in case of treated fruits as in case of ethanol more flies settled on treated guava as compared to untreated guava fruits in case of ethanolic extracts of Datura alba.
KEYWORDS: Co-culture, Tomato, Datura stramonium L, intercropping, Alleopathic.
Keywords: Datura stramonium, anticholinergic, poisoning
3%) followed by oleander (50%), Gloriosa (50%), and Datura (16%).
Datura seeds, Boswellia, cinnamon, and garlic are utilized for respiratory tract infections.
patria (Nottetempo, 2011) y Datura (Einaudi, 2013).
Datura are potent medicinal members of the Solanaceae family, relatives of other well known strnomium plants Various species of Datura as traditional medicine worldwide, primary among them are Datura innoxia, Datura metel, and Datura stramonium.
Aptly titled "Natura," Erdoy-muE-'s solo show also features a video detailing the meticulous process of creating his works, starting from the collecting of silk tree, datura, lilium and clove leaves from nature, to how they are grouped and dried under special circumstances between the pages of large notebooks, how he uses them on the canvas as elements of his abstract compositions and how he uses the metal oxidation process to create various colors.
DAVID MARSDEN AIT'S a thorn apple, Datura stramonium, and every bit of it is poisonous.
So this study has been planned to investigate and compare the phytochemicals mineral composition and vitamin C contents of two indigenous medicinal plants Datura stramonium and Nerium oleander.
We were very interested to read the article by Kelly Melvin and David Hourani in the January/February 2014 issue of the West Virginia Medical Journal regarding a case of Datura stramonium ingestion being misdiagnosed as cathinone intoxication.
Por ejemplo, el extracto de Datura inoxia tuvo una nula CD, manteniendo una cantidad por 72 h de 1.