Teen Wolf Mountain Ash, Wolfsbane, Kanima Venom Vial Collectible Gift Vial Set
Wolfsbane is a plant steeped in werewolf legend and lore...and is also poisonous.
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Monkshood: Aconitum nagarum, dark purple form. I can't pin down a variety or a source for seeds, sadly. You will have to do a bit of sleuthing if you want one. Excellent for a poison garden; not so good if you have kids around.
WOLFSBANE: a toxic also known as “Aconitum”, flowering plant that can be used to repel Werewolves if great care is taken in its usage; an excessive amount actually increases the chances of savage transformations.
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Witches Banes P4 Aconite In Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban Professor Lupin drinks a potion of Wolfsbane to help prevent his transformation into a werewolf. Aconites are feminine herbs and like many baneful herbs and flowers it is associated with the planet Saturn, the element of water and the Goddess Hecate.
The great Japanese cargo ship named the Tsimtsum sank as it was on its way to Canada carrying Pi, his family and hundreds of animals. -Carson G.
Flower: Aconite (wolfsbane); Meaning: Misanthropy in Victorian sense. In Latin, Aconitum means "poisonous flower" and in Greek mythology, the plant was thought to have sprung from the drops of spittle of Cerberus, the three-headed dog of the Underworld