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Latua pubiflora STICK WITCHES (10 seeds)


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10 STICK WITCHES seeds (Latua pubiflora or Latua venenosa)

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Latua pubiflora or stick witches is a small thorny shrub of the Solanaceae family.
This shrub produces small purple flowers in early spring.
It is found mainly in South America, specifically in Chile.
The flowers are pink bell-shaped.
Latua pubiflora seeds are brown and small in size.

Stick witches is a plant that possesses a very violent poison, it was once used to provoke delusions and even permanent follies.
Mapuches shamans used Latua pubiflora as a cure for evil spirits that inflicted disease on the tribe.

Latua pubiflora has two alkaloids: scopolamine, which is also found in Datura tatula or Mandrake, and hyoscyamine, which is also found in the henbane and Atropa belladonna.

Sowing stick witches seeds:
Begin by soaking the seeds of latua 4 to 6 hours in warm water, then sow the seeds of Latua pubiflora in fine peat and cover with 2 to 3 mm of substrate.
Sprinkle with a sprayer and place at a temperature of about 20 ° C.
The germination of seeds stick witches how after 3 to 4 weeks.

- Shrub for defensive hedge.
- Produces beautiful purple flowers.
- Very toxic fruits used by shamans.

Do not consume.
To be cultivated for the purpose of collecting and safeguarding the ethnobotanical species.


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Latua pubiflora STICK WITCHES (10 seeds)

Latua pubiflora STICK WITCHES (10 seeds)

10 STICK WITCHES seeds (Latua pubiflora or Latua venenosa)

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