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Belladonna, or Beauty

Belladonna is a poisonous plant used in the Middle Ages for cosmetic purposes. Due to what else its name appeared – Krasavka. And because of its influence on people, it received also one more interesting name – Rabbit berry, or whitish.Belladonna
Description belladonna

Belladonna has thickened long stalks (0.5 – 2 meters), dotted with many direct branches, on which are large leaves (10-20 cm), flowers and fruits. The plant itself is usually painted in dark green. But the color of the fruits as it grows from green to dark purple, and the flowers are even painted in yellow-brown.

Poisoning with whipworm

All parts of the plant are poisonous. And since their fruits look very tempting, often there are cases of poisoning. Symptoms include fever, dry mouth, redness of the skin, pupil enlargement, vision problems, increased heart rate with mild poisoning, and weakness with severe hemorrhage (in this case, also, arterial pressure decreases). In addition, strong agitation, nonsense, hallucinations, and even rabies can be observed. Because of this, the plant, by the way, is also called behenicus.

Generally speaking, this plant is deadly poisonous. However, in small doses it does not lead to a lethal outcome. In addition, there are many drugs that block the destructive action of poison. The main thing is to get medical help in time.

Interesting facts

Interestingly, in the Middle Ages the Belladonna juice was drowned in the eyes to expand the pupils and give a glittering glow to the eyes. Well, the thorny berries of this plant were rubbed into the cheeks to get “blush”. Because of this, it was customary to call the plant a handsome woman – used in fact to give beauty.

Another shocking fact is the use of whitish during the courts over “witches.” After rubbing into the skin, the victims began to experience hallucinations, which made them easy to manipulate, and could tell everything they wanted to hear from them “court”

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