20 seeds BLACK NIGHTSHADE (Solanum...
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Black nightshade or devil's tomato is a herbaceous plant of the family Solanaceae.
It is an annual plant with very variable forms, about 60 cm tall, much like bittersweet.
Its flowers are white and open at the end of summer.
Its black fruits the size same of jostaberry begin to ripen in autumn.
The seeds are yellow and look a lot like goji berry.
It is also a medicinal plant with antispasmodic, analgesic and sedative properties.
In very small doses, it is said that it is beneficial in the case of skin diseases.
Fresh leaves like camphor are sometimes applied externally to relieve pain.
In witchcraft, it is also a magical plant, it is said that an infusion of its leaves helps to reveal the true wishes of a person for the future.
Sowing black nightshade seeds:
Sow the seeds in a small box of potting soil, do not cover the seeds and then spray with a sprayer.
Place the seed box in a warm place and let it grow.
Then transplant the seedlings when they are 10 to 15 cm tall in a sunny spot or partial shade.
Do not consume without medical advice.
Toxic shamanic plant, collectible only.
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