The powers of the mandragora, as an amulet, place it almost in a class by itself.
There was no mandragora in the honorary draught of learning that he had bought.
What avails thy logic when a little of the mandragora can melt the material universe into golden, unfolding infinities of dreams?
The mandrake or mandragora is frequently mentioned in the plays.
In fact, morion was originally made from the Atropa belladonna, not from its ally the Atropa mandragora.
Plato and Demosthenes also speak of mandragora as a soporific.
The cigar that I smoked afterwards was poppy and mandragora.
For this purpose a mixture of opium, mandragora, and henbane is to be used.
Of all these, however, the Mandrake (mandragora) is connected with the most extraordinary and remarkable superstitions.
The mandragora is a wild plant, the like of which does not exist.