From the tincture of the root (rhizomes) of may-apple (Podophyllum peltatum).
The shadows of the may-apple stalks were getting longer and longer.
The fruit of the barberry and may-apple are edible, but the root of the latter is poisonous.
She was terribly stiff and she had slept near a bed of may-apple blossoms.
While the fruit of the may-apple is edible, the leaves and root are poisonous, not to the touch but to the taste.
His daughter smiled, and asked him some idle question about the may-apple and the Judas-tree.
And when he came to the may-apple he wrote that the sweetish fruit was “eaten by pigs and boys.”
One of the most delicious wild fruits we have is the may-apple or mandrake.
We are told that the may-apple is a roadside plant, but I have found it only in the woods.
She use to bile down the roots from may-apple, snake root and blood root, and make her medicine.