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Belladona

Definition of the noun Belladona

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Belladona is a genus of Solanaceae, described by P.Miller in 1754.

Belladona is a genus of Solanaceae.

Belladona is a genus of Hyoscyameae.

Belladona is a genus of Solanaceae.

Phrases with Belladona

  1. Genus Belladona
  2. Atropa Belladona
  3. Amaryllis Belladona
  4. Species Atropa Belladona
  5. Species Amaryllis Belladona

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Google previewTreasury of Knowledge and Library of Reference (1855)

by Samuel Maunder

Belladona is a powerful narcotick. Rhatany root is used as a tonick, and also as tooth powder. Snuff made from asarabaca, relieves the head and strengthens the sight. Oil of walnuts and walnut soap are specificks for the removal of pimples and cutaneous blotches. The sugar cane is a tall reed. The soft parts are eaten by the negroes, and from the hard parts the luices are expressed, which by boiling and evaporation crystallize as sugar. Chocolate is the solid oil of the cocoa nut.

Google previewNorthwestern Journal of Homoeopathia (1850)

If, however the case has continued some length of time, or has been more slow in its progress, Belladona is the preferable medicine, and will render prompt relief. T H E NORTH-WESTERN JOURNAL OF GANGER FLUWIATILIS, [continued.] * 28 Homoeopathic Petrinary Practice.

Google previewThe Northwestern Journal of Homeopathy. Volume First-IV, No. 8. April 1889-November 1892 (1850)

If, however the case has continued some length of time, or has been more slow in its progress, Belladona is the preferable medicine, and will render prompt relief. THE NORTH-WESTERN JOURNAL OF CANCER FLUVIATILIS. [continued.] 3. C, a 28 Homoeopathic Veterinary Practice.

Google previewDr Mathai's Holistic Health Guide for Women (2013)

by Issac Mathai

Belladona is a good medicine ...

Google previewA Million of Facts connected with the studies, pursuits and interests of mankind, serving as a Common-Place Book ... on all subjects of research and curiosity, etc (1832)

Belladona is a powerful narcotic. Rhatany root is used as a tonic, and also as tooth powder. Snuff made from asarabaca relieves the head and strengthens the sight. Oil of walnuts and walnut soap are specifics for the removal of pimples and cutaneous blotches. - The sugar cane is ...

Google previewThe Treasury of Knowledge, and Library of Reference ...: The new universal gazetteer; or, Geographical dictionary ... By Edwin Williams ... 4th ed (1833)

Belladona is a powerful narcotick. Rhatany root is used as a tonick, and also as tooth powder. Snuff made from asarabaca, relieves the head and strengthens the sight. Oil of walnuts and walnut soap are specificks for the removal of pimples and cutaneous blotches. The sugar cane ...

Google previewRecent Trends in Biotechnology and Therapeutic Applications of Medicinal Plants (2013)

by Mohd. Shahid, Anwar Shahzad, Abida Malik, Aastha Sahai

belladona is an endangered medicinal plant species native to Europe and Asia, normally serves as one of the main sources of these tropane alkaloids ( Anonymous 1948) while Atropa acuminate Royle ex Lindl. is a native Asian species, which is also listed as an endangered medicinal plant due to its indiscriminate exploitation from the natural resources coupled with little or no attention towards any focused ...

Google previewThe Homoeopathic Theory and Practice of Medicine (1868)

by Erastus Edgerton Marcy, Franklin W. Hunt

the eyeballs, aggravated by moving the eyes ; nebulous spots, and ulcers on the cornea, Belladona is an admirable remedy in scrofulous inflammation of tho eyes, with very great intolerance to light; a constant inclination to remain in the dark, or to plunge the eyes into a pillow or some other soft article; purulent discharge ; great swelling of the lids ; spasmodic closure of the lids on exposure to light; chemosis ; 152 DISEA6E8 OF THE SANGTJINOUS FUNCTIOJN.

Google previewDirect Uses Of Medicinal Plants And Their Identification (2008)

by Rashtra Vardhana

Belladona is the trade name for Atropa belladonna Linn and A. acuminata Royle. Atropa belladona Linn, is a native of Central and Southern Europe. It is cultivated in different parts of the world. Fig. A-12: A-Atropa belladonna. Linn. Uses: The plant is used for number of complaints, but it is an extremely poisonous plant. Root preparation of these plants are used for the external treatments of gout and rheumatism.

Google previewThe Gardeners Dictionary (1754)

Containing the Methods of Cultivating and Improving All Sorts of Trees, Plants, and Flowers, for the Kitchen, Fruit, and Pleasure Gardens; as Also Those which are Used in Medicine. With Directions for the Culture of Vineyards, and Making of Wine in England. In which Likewise are Included the Practical Parts of Husbandry by Philip Miller

BELLADONA, Deadly Nightshade. The CbaraBers are ; It bath a bill-Jhaped Flower, con- f sting of one Leaf, -which is divided into f-ve acute Segments at the Top : each of these Flowers is succeeded by a gloiuLr soft Fruit, ivhicb is di- <uidti into tnxjo Cells, in - which are lodged the Seeds.

Google previewA Dictionary of the Economic Products of India (2014)

by George Watt

Belladona, see Atropa Belladona, Linn-J SOLANACEIEBENINCASA, Sam'. ,- Gm . PL, 1,, 824. A genus containing only one s ecies—an extensive climber, belonging to the CUCURBITACEE, most probaby a native of tropical Asia, Africa, and America, but cultivated in all tro icaJ countries. Softly hairy ; tendrils 2-fid. eaves cordate, reniform-orbicular, more or less 5-lobed ; petiole without glands. Flowers large, lyellow, monceciOus, all solitary, without bracts. Male: calyx-tube campanulate ...

Google previewThe Gardener's Dictionary: containing the methods of cultivating ... the ... garden, ... conservatory and vineyard. Abridg'd from the folio edition, etc (1741)

by Philip Miller

BELLADONA; Deadly Nightshade. The Chara&#ers are; It hath a bel//aped Flower conJoffing of one Leaf, which is divided into five acute Segments at the Top. Each of these Flowers is succeeded by a globular, soft Fruit, which is di•vided into two Cells, in which are Iodged the Seeds. We have but one Species of this Plant common in England; which 1S, BellADoNA majoribus foliis & joribus. Tourn. The common Deadly Night-shade. This Plant grows ...

Google previewUres̓ Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures and Mines (1867)

Containing a Clear Exposition of Their Principles and Practice by Andrew Ure

BELLADONA. ( Belledame, Fr.) The Atropa Belladona, or deadly nightshade. BELL BEET ROOT. 317. Yellow Globe Mangold Wursel. Long Red Red Beet. Substances contained. Mangold Wurzel.

Google previewThe New and Complete American Encyclopedia (1808)

Or, Universal Dictionary of Arts and Sciences; on an Improved Plan: in which the Respective Sciences are Arranged Into Complete Systems, and the Arts Digested Into Distinct Treatises; Also the Detached Parts of Knowledge Alphabetically Arranged and Copiously Explained, According to the Best Authorities

Belladona. Atropa belladona. juice. Narcotic. infusion, powders. - Bellis minor. Bellis perennis. Common daisy. The leaves.

Google previewHistorical Encyclopedia of Natural and Mathematical Sciences (2009)

by Ari Ben-Menahem

The name belladona dates from the ...

Google previewMultilingual Dictionary of Agronomic Plants (2012)

by G. Rehm

deadly nightshade belladonne, morelle furieuse Tollkirsche beladama belladona Atropa ...

Google previewThe Domestic Encyclopaedia; Or, A Dictionary of Facts, and Useful Knowledge: (1802)

Comprehending a Concise View of the Latest Discoveries, Inventions, and Improvements, Chiefly Applicable to Rural and Domestic Enconomy; Together with Descriptions of the Most Interesting Objects of Nature and Art; the History of Men and Animals, in a State of Health Or Disease; and Practical Hints Respecting the Arts and Manufactures, Both Familiar and Commercial. Illustrated with Numerous Engravings and Cuts. In Four Volumes. Volume First[-fourth]. by Anthony Florian Madinger Willich

Atropa Belladona, L. See Deadly NIGHTSHADE. ATTENUANTS, or attenuating medicines, in humoral pathology, are such as have a tendency to subtilize or resolve the humours into finer parts. And though this defiinition may not satisfy the plurality of modern pathologists, who account for almost every diseased action taking place in the human body, partly from the nervous influence— which is still more obscure—and partly from an accumulation or ...

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