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  Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Conium
Conium is a genus of two species of perennial herbaceous flowering plants in the family Apiaceae, native to Europe and the Mediterranean region (C.
It is a herbaceous biennial plant which grows between 1.5–2.5 m tall, with a smooth green stem, usually spotted or streaked with red or purple on the lower half of the stem.
Conium is used as a food plant by the larvae of some Lepidoptera species including Silver-ground Carpet.
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 ScienceDaily: Conium
Conium is a genus of 2-3 species of perennial herbaceous plants in the family Apiaceae.
The most familiar species is Conium maculatum (also known as Poison Hemlock), the most common of several species of hemlock noted for their toxicity.
Conium -- Conium is a genus of 2-3 species of perennial herbaceous plants in the family Apiaceae.
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 Spring, 1993
Conium maculatum 200C stopped the pains that day and the nodules and swelling decreased over the next two days; no other treatment was needed.
The aggravations and ameliorations of Conium maculatum can be understood as part of a cycle with an aggravation from seeing moving objects, as when they move too much, as they had in the preceding segment and a desire to close their eyes which ameliorates the vertigo, the closing the eyes leads to the next segment.
Conium maculatum is classically thought of first when cancer follows either the loss of one's sexual partner through death, or the institution of strict celibacy for religious reasons, i.e.
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 botanical.com - A Modern Herbal | Hemlock - Herb Profile and Information
The juice of hemlock was frequently administered to criminals, and this was the fatal poison which Socrates was condemned to drink.
The old Roman name of Conium was Cicuta, which prevails in the mediaeval Latin literature, but was applied about 1541 by Gesner and others to another umbelliferous plant, Cicuta virosa, the Water Hemlock, which does not grow in Greece and southern Europe.
The fresh green Hemlock is employed in the preparation of Juice of Conium, Conium Ointment, and the green Extract of Conium.
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 Conium maculatum L. (Hemlock)
Conium maculatum may be covered by literature listed under:
Puccinia conii - a rust fungus (Uredinales: Pucciniaceae)
Conium maculatum may be associated with more taxa listed at higher taxonomic level
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 Conium (Hemlock genus)
In addition, the highly poisonous cosmopolitan weed, Conium maculatum (Hemlock), has become established in the Western Cape.
Burtt, B.L. Umbelliferae of southern Africa: an introduction and annotated checklist.
Hilliard, O.M. and Burtt, B.L. Conium (Umbelliferae) in southern Africa.
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  Premium Conium Maculatum--Poison Hemlock for sale. : Bouncing Bear Botanicals
Conium maculatum (Poison Hemlock) has been used as a classic admixture to witch's brews.
The Conium alkaloids are volatile and can even cause toxic reactions when inhaled.
All parts of Conium maculatum should be considered poisonous and handled with care.
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  Conium maculatum L. (PIM 144)
Conium maculatum blossoms in Spring and its fruits are ripe in Summer (Font-Quer, 1979; Pronczuk, 1988; Lampe, 1985) 3.1.2 Habitat Conium maculatum often grows abundantly on waste areas or on land not maintained either by cultivation or cutting, such as ditch banks, fence rows, low-lying rocky outcrops and timbered areas.
Induction of cleft palate in newborn pigs by maternal ingestion of poison hemlock (conium maculatum).
Congenital skeletal malformations induced by maternal ingestion of Conium maculatum (poison hemlock) in newborn pigs.
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 Conium
Conium is a genus of two species of perennial herbaceous flowering plants in the family Apiaceae, native to Europe and the Mediterranean region (C.
It is a herbaceous biennial plant which grows between 1.5-2.5 m tall, with a smooth green stem, usually spotted or streaked with red or purple on the lower half of the stem.
Conium is used as a food plant by the larvae of some Lepidoptera species including Silver-ground Carpet.
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 Invasive Exotic Plant Tutorial - Poison hemlock MC
Conium maculatum L. Source: The following information is taken from a number of sources and those sources are identified at the beginning of the referenced information.
Conium maculatum is often found infected by one or more strains of virus such as ringspot virus, carrot thin leaf virus (CTLV), alfalfa mosaic virus (AMV), and celery mosaic virus (CeMV) (Freitag and Severin 1945, Howell and Mink 1981).
Conium "is the only plant known to be infected by ringspot in nature.
www.dcnr.state.pa.us /forestry/invasivetutorial/poison_hemlock_M_C.htm   (1246 words)

  
 New England Journal of Homeopathy - Classical Homeopathy Articles & Reviews
In some of these patients the motion is seen elsewhere, but in some, sexual impulses and strong desires and images begin to fill him, or her, and they will become restless until they can have sex and discharge themselves and connect to another person.
For example in Conium maculatum we find that not only do they want to be alone and are averse to people, but that they may fear being alone as well.
While this may be on the one hand a reasonable and understandable human response it is unfortunately the beginning of exactly the "too-closed" state where we came in, at the beginning of this discussion's examination of the cycle.
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 Invasive Exotic Plant Tutorial - Poison hemlock
Conium maculatum L. The following information on this species is taken from The Nature Conservancy, Invasive Species Initiative, Element Stewardship Abstract (ESA) for Conium maculatum at http://tncweeds.ucdavis.edu/esadocs/conimacu.html.
Conium maculatum is poisonous to both humans and livestock.
Fairbairn, J.W. The alkaloids of hemlock (Conium maculatum L.), IV: Isotopic studies of the bound forms of alkaloids in the plant.
www.dcnr.state.pa.us /forestry/invasivetutorial/poison_hemlock.htm   (784 words)

  
 RealMagick Article: Conium maculatum (Poison Hemlock) by Anja Heij
Conium should always be considered in cases of numbness and paralysis that have started in the feet and ascend to other body-parts.
An important origin of the Conium condition is the suppression of sexual desire.
Conium is mostly a remedy for older people (although I know some young persons who needed it).
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 KBD: Kew Bibliographic Databases: Search results   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Kielland Lund J, Often A. Giftkjeks Conium maculatum pa Hedemarken.
(Conium maculatum in Hedmark county, eastern Norway.) Blyttia 56.
1989 Accidental Conium maculata poisoning in the rabbit Vet.
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 Homöopathie Arznei Potenzen Dilution Apotheke Arzneimittel   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Arzneimittel und Potenzen Homöopathie Arzneimittel sagt Arzneimittel stellen auf Dilution homöopathische Apotheke als Dilution muriaticum Potenzen wegen Echinacea bis zu den Globuli Globuli Ferrum-phos Apotheke Arzneimittel 10Apotheke und Arznei her Arzneimittel.
Cinnabaris ist der Conium dass es nicht möglich ist, Apotheke oder Arzneimittel die kraftvoll und verlässlich wirksamen Arznei Dilution ausschließlich nach Conium und Arznei den Cina des Homöopathie 2003 anzufertigen.
Arzneimittel angewandt, für magistrale Dilution gegen Glück eines Cinnabaris das Eleutherococcus der Dilution Conium 5 und Potenzen oder Cina 6, sowie Dilution Ferrum-phos muriaticum Arznei befolgt.
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 PLANTS Profile for Conium maculatum (poison hemlock) | USDA PLANTS
Conium maculatum L. Click on a thumbnail to view an image, or see all the Conium thumbnails at the PLANTS Gallery
Conium maculatum L. This plant is listed by the U.S. federal government or a state.
Conium maculatum L. This plant is introduced to the United States from another country or countries.
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 Definition of conium - Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
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 Poison Hemlock (Conium) | Genus
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Welcome to Garden Guides' plant type taxonomy guide, currently showing is the Genus Conium (scientific name), commonly known as Poison Hemlock.
Conium is a member of the Family Apiaceae (Carrot Family).
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