It feeds on hemp-agrimony (eupatorium cannabinum), hibernates when small, and completes its growth in May or early June.
The beautiful blue flowering eupatorium cœlestinum and the Lobelia syphilitica bore their flowers amongst the thorn-apples.
The eupatorium is not, I think, extensively cultivated in the garden.
If the fever subsides, and the soreness remain, Hydrastin or eupatorium arom.
eupatorium, a genus of plants, chiefly natives of America, belonging to the nat.
It is seldom used, but is given for the same troubles and in the same doses as chamomile and eupatorium Ayapana.
eupatorium ayapana, belonging to the same order as Mikania, is a valuable repellent of the poison of venomous snakes.
The warm infusion of eupatorium perfoliatum answers well as an emetic, producing also a laxative effect.