The great man soon vanished, leaving behind him a harmless preparation of aconite and ipecacuanha.
They are only aconite and lettuce; and if I might ask for a little fresh water.
Arsenic was known to them as "sam," aconite as "boschka," and ergot probably as "son."
There was the awesome efficiency of wolfsbane with its deadly store of aconite.
From aconite root, by a similar formula to that of Belladonna c. (below).
Give the patient aconite once in two hours, for a day after the accident.
Alkaloid from aconite, prepared according to process of Duquesnel.
Uncrystallised aconitia is sometimes contaminated with delphinia, as well as with aconella, another constituent of aconite root.
Granting this, there must be some trace of the container of the aconite, before it was placed in the glass.
In rheumatic pains, unaccompanied with local swelling or redness, aconite is frequently of very great service.
poisonous plant (also known as monkshood and wolf's bane), 1570s, from French aconit, from Latin aconitum, from Greek akoniton, of unknown origin.
aconite ac·o·nite (āk'ə-nīt')
The dried poisonous root of various herbs of the genus Aconitum containing aconitine, used externally as an analgesic.