Solanum verbascifolium Linn.
Along villages and on vacant land.
Use roots and leaves
Bitter and acrid tasting, mildly warm,
slightly toxic, antitoxic, analgesic.
1. Stomach ache
3. Traumatic injury
4. Chronic granulocytic leukemia
1. Tropical use in pyodermas
3. Cuts and abrasions
Toxic effects include burning sensations
of the mouth, throat, esophagus, and stomach. Severe intoxication
produces dementia, slow pulse, tachypnea, and respiratory failure.
Treatment includes antiemetic, gastric lavage, or taking diluted tannic
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