Also known as Deadly Nightshade, Devil's Cherries, Naughty Man's Cherries, Devil's Herb, Great Morel and Dwayberry. It has graced history as both a poison and a medicine. The genus part of the name, Atropa, is derived from Atropos, the eldest of the Greek Fates, who held the shears which cut the thread of human life. This is obviously in relation to its highly poisonous nature.
The species name, belladonna, is translated as beautiful lady, referring to the practise of Venitian women who used belladonna to dilate their pupils, thus making them more attractive.
Good for offering healing aid and forgetting past loves. Also a great herb for protection.
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Directions: Use only a few drops, add to bath water, charm bags, oil burners, incense granules, powder or sticks, anoint candles, crystals, tools and jewellery.
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