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This is a perennial plant that grows wild but it is also cultivated.  The leaves are palmate with five or seven lobes. The flowers are blue and purple, have the aspect of a hood and they grow in racemes.

Properties and Use

Monkshood acts as a sedative and it is recommended for rheumatism, arthritis or sciatica but it can also be used as a febrifuge. This plant is highly poisonous and it must only be taken with medical advice.

Also known as: Friar’s cap

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