poison hemlock

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Synonyms for poison hemlock

large branching biennial herb native to Eurasia and Africa and adventive in North America having large fernlike leaves and white flowers

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Conium maculatum, poison hemlock, is a great remedy for the elderly.
The common name of Tsuga, a genus of conifers in the pine family, is "hemlock," supposedly because the crushed foliage smells like that of an unrelated plant, poison hemlock (Conium).
The poison hemlock plant (Conium maculatum) contains several toxic piperidine alkaloids, primarily coniine, and has been used since antiquity as an intentional poison--most notably by the Athenians to execute Socrates.
At a controlled location, people and their dogs will avoid dangers that exist in the forest like poison ivy, poison oak, and poison hemlock, he pointed out.
It also includes poisonous species such a poison hemlock, water hemlock, and parsley.
With top notes of black davana, opium flower and belladonna and a heart of queen of the night blossom and poison hemlock, it is a bewitching scent.
Costing pounds 59, Freak is packed with dark florals such as opium flower, belladonna, black davana, poison hemlock and Queen Of The Night blossom.
I know a bank whereon the wild thyme of everything for the last time grows, covered with deadly nightshade and poison hemlock.