Sweet Vernal (Adonis)

Name: Adonis annua

Toxicity: potentially deadly 

Common Names: Sweet Vernal, Pheasant’s Eye

Continent: Eurasia

Habitat: VI

Applicable Plant Components: herb

Sanctificational

Convocational

Prolongational

Affixal

Anecdotal: Adonis is a species that supports and empowers inner strength and intervenes in matters related to broken hearts. Adonis is an exceedingly deadly poison, many more times toxic than Digitalis and virtually always fatal when mishandled. Remarkably, however, it is quite common as a garden specimen. Provided those gardens aren’t worked by children or explored by pets Adonis will bring its fine qualities to lives energetically by its presence and beauty.




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  1. pozycjonowanie stron www January 19th, 2012 - 7:16 am

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