Wolfsbane - Pinned by The Mystic's Emporium on Etsy
Monkshood: Aconitum nagarum, dark purple form. I can't pin down a variety or a source for seeds, sadly. You will have to do a bit of sleuthing if you want one. Excellent for a poison garden; not so good if you have kids around.
What lies here amongst the wolfsbane. You find a poor creature that took no heed But remains beautiful all the same. ------------------------------------- Wolfsbane Enamel Pin - 1.5 - Hard enamel - gunmetal plated - rubber stopper backing - back on silver foil card Get both deer and wolf pins in a bundle for a discounted price.
Flower: Aconite (wolfsbane); Meaning: Misanthropy in Victorian sense. In Latin, Aconitum means "poisonous flower" and in Greek mythology, the plant was thought to have sprung from the drops of spittle of Cerberus, the three-headed dog of the Underworld
Aconitum -- Monkshood. (Monkshood, "aconite", "Wolf's Bane", Fuzi, "Monk's Blood", or "Monk's Hood") is a species of Aconitum in the family Ranunculaceae,
WOLFSBANE: a toxic also known as “Aconitum”, flowering plant that can be used to repel Werewolves if great care is taken in its usage; an excessive amount actually increases the chances of savage transformations.
Witches Banes P4 Aconite In Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban Professor Lupin drinks a potion of Wolfsbane to help prevent his transformation into a werewolf. Aconites are feminine herbs and like many baneful herbs and flowers it is associated with the planet Saturn, the element of water and the Goddess Hecate.