Any of several poisonous perennial herbs of the genus Aconitum. (noun)
Examples of word wolfsbane
The consequences can be fatal if the plant - also known as wolfsbane - is eaten and it can also cause heart complications, muscular weakness, nausea and vomiting.
Use of the herb, also known as wolfsbane or monkshood, has been known since Biblical times and has even featured in a
The appreciative audience really fueled the energy -- the first row in particular howling with laughter, so much so that Jane the Housekeeper Anderson threw a sprig of "wolfsbane" to the woman who was laughing so hard in the first row.
But I do not dig graves, only cradles, for wolfsbane and moonflower, evening primrose and columbine.
If Erec took Wolfboy along, he would have to bring some wolfsbane to protect himself.