Other NamesDeadly Nightshade
The binomial name for Belladonna is Atropa belladonna. There are many other common names in use for Atropa belladonna, including Deadly Nightshade, Divale, Dwale, Banewort, Devil's Berries, Naughty Man's Cherries, Death Cherries, Beautiful Death, Devil's Herb, Great Morel, and Dwayberry. Belladonna is very poisonous. All parts of the plant are poisonous. Be very careful. To eat just a few berries can be fatal. Please avoid this plant.
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Belladonna of Sadness
The gist of Eiichi Yamamoto's 1973 animated tale Belladonna of Sadness is straightforward: In some long ago time, a poor peasant girl named Jeanne, after being raped and degraded, makes a pact with the devil to gain power over those who would ... PGH City Paper [ story ]
FDA warning slams drugmaker that made teething tablets containing belladonna
An FDA warning letter has slammed the New Jersey CMO that produced belladonna-treated teething products sold by CVS that the agency last year warned might cause hallucinations and seizures in infants. The letter, posted Tuesday slams Raritan ... FiercePharma [ story ]
FDA Warning Wire: Belladonna In Kids' Teething Products
Law360, New York (June 27, 2017, 7:46 PM EDT) -- The U.S. Food and Drug Administration chewed out a New Jersey company for the levels of potentially toxic belladonna in its recalled homeopathic teething products, scolded a Texas pharmacy chain for its ... Law360 (subscription) [ story ]