Mythical Creatures, Bigfoot, Unicorns/Monkshood in literature

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Steve wrote at 2012-11-26 10:44:48
Hi Cassi



Monkshood or Aconitum. There are about 900 species and sub-species. What you need is Aconitum Napellus or Aconitum Anglicum, both are native to Europe. They grow best in the shade with their flowers in the sun. In the wild they grow on the edge of woodland and can also be found on hill and mountain sides up to 3000ft or even higher. WARNING all parts of this plant are poisonous and the juice of the tuberous root was used to kill wolves (hence other name of Wolfsbane) although it is thought that Aconitum Lycoctonum (Lycan-Lycanthropy-Warewolf)was used for this purpose. Hope this helps.


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