Three varieties of datura yield atropine, a powerful poison.
Bumping along the trail into datura, Aaron Stoltzfoos studied the land.
Quite recently a woman, in order to win the affection of her husband, gave him a love-charm composed of datura in chutney.
In the morning, Stoltzfoos prepared for his trip into datura by donning his Sunday-best.
Upper part of corolla of datura Stramonium in the bud; and below a section showing the convolution of the plaits.
The juice of the leaves is an antidote for the datura (Stramonium).
The same condition occurs frequently in some species of datura and Campanula.
The banks are moderately high wooded mountains, the uncultivated places in which are often overgrown with datura.
The specific name, meteloides, indicates the resemblance of this plant to datura Metel, of India.
The kachubong (datura metel) appears also to flourish mostly by the seaside.