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On the margin: Mandrakes

On the margin: Mandrakes | They were here and might return | Scoop.it

Mandrake was, of course, far from being the only plant with an anthropomorphic root.

 

Mandrake's use as a surgical anaesthetic was first described by the Greek physician Dioscorides around AD 60, and its use as a tincture known as mandragora, or in combination with other herbs such as opium, hemlock and henbane is described in documents from pre-Roman times onwards4.

 

It was the presence of this alkaloid, as well as the shape of the root, that led to the mandrake's association with magic, witchcraft and the supernatural.

 

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Vegetable Lamb of Tartary, Barometz,Borametz, Jeduah, Scythian Lamb

Vegetable Lamb of Tartary, Barometz,Borametz, Jeduah, Scythian Lamb | They were here and might return | Scoop.it

Barometz is a legendary zoophyte of central Asia, believed to grow sheep as its fruit.

 

The sheep were connected to the plant by an umbilical cord and grazed the land around the plant.

 

When all the plants were gone, both the plant and sheep died.

 

Although it owed its...

 

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