While there is not space to list them all, a few of the more common ones include common bindweed or field morning glory, various weeds in the nightshade family and jimson weed
. If you live in a mountainous area where lupine grows, or an area such as the Pacific Northwest where foxglove is found, keep these away from your poultry also.
My old beau knew a boy who went mad smoking jimson weed
To the native population, it is known by the four common names as follows: Thornapple, Jimson weed
, Tatula, and Devil's snare.
As Microgram's editor complained, "Many things that would have been better left buried in obscurity--like smoking bufo toad skins, sniffing concentrated cow pie fumes, allowing yourself to be stung by scorpions, smoking jimson weed
or salvia divinorum, drinking cough syrups, mixing up concoctions of any of dozens of different kinds of drugs and pharmaceuticals, drinking ayahuasca tea, etc., etc., etc.--have been brought to light by the Internet, and are therefore practiced."
The 1932 Jimson Weed
/ White flower painting fetched a cool $44.4 million - a record amount for art by a woman painter.
The larger-than-life image of the white bloom of the jimson weed
will be on view in Los Angeles and Hong Kong before returning to New York for the auction.
In our practice we see a significant number of patients suffering the effects of toxic exposures to both substances, and as we enter the spring and summer we always expect to see an increase in the number of jimson weed
Corn and Soybean Intercropping Canopy Structure as Affected by Competition from Redroot Pigweed (Amaranthus retrofelxus L.) and Jimson Weed
(Datura srtramonium L.).
This plant is also known as Jimson weed
, devil's trumpet, angel's trumpet, devil's weed, thorn apple, crazy tea, stinkweed or malpitte.
like jimson weed
near every porch and alley if you eat it in summer
stramonium plant is known as jimson weed
, loco weed, angel's trumpet, devil's trumpet, witch's thimble, devil 's apple, thorn apple, stinkweed, mad apple, devil 's weed, malpitte and green dragon (Beno, Osterhoudt & Meaney 2004; Shervette et al.
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