Poison Plants: Deadly Nightshade Berries

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Beautiful, but deadly, Nightshade has been associated with witches and was thought to emerge before coven meetings. It has also been known as the devils plant and anyone who eats the berries (stealing from the devil) suffer the consequences.

Deadly nightshade was used in the preparation of ointments that, when absorbed through the skin, caused hallucinations, lightness and the sensation of flying. The active ingredients of this plant are hyoscyamine, atropine, atropamine, belaplomine and scopolamine, present in the whole plant but with higher concentration in the leaves. These toxic substances cause euphoria and hallucinations and, in high doses, disorientation, memory loss, coma and even death.

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