100+ Organic NightShade Farm "Poison" Hemlock Conium maculatum seeds 1/2 gram

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Seller: Top-Rated Seller white_buffalo_trading_company (13,550) 99.8%, Location: San Jose, California, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 251628166106 100+ Organically grown "Poison" Hemlock "Conium maculatum" seeds One-half gram of mature seeds; for planting only! Contains the natural muscle relaxer Coniine. Grown in the Bay Area by me here at NightShade Seed Farm! Seeds are fresher and lighter in color than the wild ones I sell. Fresh crop was watered and did well in spite of the drought hitting the wild hemlock hard! Pay Shipping on first seed pack & most additional Seed packs are shipped FREE. Mix and Match! Item: Plant seeds, 1/2 gram, about 100-125 mature seeds of true Hemlock. Conium maculatum. A beautiful annual (here in California, it dies down in summer to fall and then the fresh crop comes up in the middle of winter, providing lush green foliage and lovely flowers when all else is frost bitten and brown). Roots resemble carrots but are deadly like the seeds and leaves. When I spill seeds on the floor I sweep them up and throw them outside into one bed where they grow by themselves. A lovely addition to any witch's garden with very showy, white flower clusters on short to very tall stalks and beautiful, green, ornamental, fern-like leaves (brought to the New World in the 1800s as an ornamental garden plant, which quickly spread across America to the West coast). Deer and rabbit proof. Needs ample water! My own yard is filled with a plethora of poisonous plants, from Datura to tobacco to mandrake, so the hemlock fits right in. Would make a deadly but lovely animal and human border when combined with Daturas and wormwood! DANGER, strong muscle relaxant: Conium can be deadly to humans, farm livestock (but not goats), most mammals, and many other animals if consumed in large enough quantities. Due to its vile taste, it rarely causes problems with animals. But, if consumed in huge quantities, it causes death via severe muscle relaxation. Not a poison at all; it will not harm tissue or do liver damage like a true poison, it is akin to valerian in its effects. After accidental ingestion, Death can be prevented by applying constant artificial ventilation (CPR) constantly for 48 to 72 hours. The plant is NOT at all poisonous, but is a super relaxant. Wild Conium maculatum, is determined by its flat, green, feathery leaves, red-purple spotted stems, white flower clusters, and its gracious four to 8-foot tall flower seed clusters on hollow, bamboo-like stems. The DNA in this particular seed loves high ground water (wet feet preferred), rich soil and full sun. Tolerates frost and re-seeds itself. Ferny fronds on tall stalks that produce pretty white flowers and airy seed clusters similar to anise, but without the odor. A single healthy hemlock plant can produce up to 38,000 seeds. Often confused with wild parsley and anise: Anise seeds smell like licorice or anise or fennel, and its leaf fronds are circular like the tail of a cat instead of the flat and fern-like hemlock leaves. Hemlock seeds do NOT smell like anise, but are rather off in odor. Hemlock is often unintentionally consumed by foragers who mix its plants parts up with anise seeds, wild carrot roots or wild parsley leaves, resulting in death by relaxation unless hospitalized in time. No part of the plant tastes good or smells good. Every part--leaf, root and seed--is disagreeable in smell or taste, clues to its potential danger. One or two Americans die annually due to ingestion pf hemlock. One seed pack is NOT fatal or dangerous at all to an adult human. ALL parts of the Hemlock plant are considered "dangerous." Hemlock concentrate was literally used to execute Socrates, reported in a famous account by Plato. A very misunderstood Plant Spirit is involved here. Not for beginners! She can harm you if you mess with her, but, just like belladonna, she is also very beautiful and wondrous. Again, maculatum is not a true poison like the Death Cap mushroom, since it works by repressing the heart and lung muscles, temporarily. No other bodily damage is done and CPR will save a victim and render him/her back to normal, eventually, a la Romeo and Juliet. On the other hand, ingestion of just a few Death Cap mushrooms (Amanita phalloides) will completely destroy the liver and the affected person dies without a liver transplant or immediate and massive doses of silymarin, an extract of the Milk Thistle plant. (The liver cannot be brought back to good health with drugs, as real drugs almost always damage the liver.) (I also sell Milk Thistle seeds.) Note: The hemlock seeds contain the highest concentration or percentage of the plant's muscle relaxer, coniine. ... From Wikipedia 12.00 Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 "In ancient Greece, hemlock was used to kill condemned prisoners. The most famous victim of hemlock poisoning is the philosopher Socrates. After being condemned to death for impiety in 399 BCE, Socrates was given a potent infusion of the hemlock plant...The most important and toxic of the [alkaloids in hemlock] is coniine, which has a chemical structure similar to nicotine. Coniine is a neurotoxin, which disrupts the workings of the central nervous system and is TOXIC to humans and all classes of livestock. Ingestion in any quantity can result in respiratory collapse and possibly death. Coniine causes death by blocking the neuromuscular junction in a manner similar to curare; this results in an ascending muscular paralysis with eventual paralysis of the respiratory muscles which results in death due to lack of oxygen to the heart and brain." Death after ingestion can be prevented by continuously applying artificial respiration until the coniine effects wear off some 48–72 hours later. Caution! CONSUMPTION of multiple seed packs CAN Cause Respiratory Failure! ~Don't eat bleach either. Or azaleas. Or your car. Duh... A powerful Plant Spirit governs this plant. She is NOT to be messed with! She is soothing and relaxing, but potentially deadly to many mammals. I was asked to spread her seeds, and inform people that she is not poisonous. For informed herbalists, responsible gardeners and witches only, please. Legal everywhere because it does not expand your mind... NOTE: You AGREE by bidding that you are at least 18 years of age and intend to grow plants from these seeds! Growing Instructions: Full Sun to part sun. Never let bottom roots dry out. Loves consistent water, such as stream bank or bog edge or low spot in an open field. Plant in Fall. Dies or withers without constant water. Maculatum is normally planted in the Fall and Winter! Start in flats in rich potting soil. Plant 1/4 inch deep. Keep moist. Sprouts in cold weather and could flower by Spring or early Summer. The DNA in these particular seeds likes a Mediterranean climate with full sun and wet feet (bottom water source). It did well with daily sprinklers. Plant the sets near a bog or stream, in a low-lying wet area, or where deep moisture is always present underground. In pots, add perlite, composted manure, peat moss, blood and bone meal, and wood ash over a bed of stones in the bottom of the pot; keep rocks in standing water, if possible. Grows much larger in the ground than in pots. Can be potted and then the pot placed into a bucket of water to create wet feet for the plant while young. NOTE: If you intend to place plants in standing water, use clay pots so the roots can still breathe laterally. Otherwise, use plastic pots to conserve moisture and allow roots to breathe below through unobstructed holes in the bottom of the pots. These plants, when in ideal locales, can produce showy flower stalks reaching up to 10-feet tall, producing stiff, bamboo-like hollow stems after pretty white flower clusters. Individual plants will produce a single tall stalk, but when left to mature in favorable conditions, they tend to grow in family clusters or patches where lots of side stalks will be present, preventing intrusion into the patch, and always near water. A dependable and prolific seed producer. May not seed the first year if in unfavorable (dry) location or planted at the wrong time. Mature plants flower in late-winter. Sickly pants will not produce seeds and may succumb to aphids. NOT for HUMAN CONSUMPTION! Large quantities are potentially DEADLY! Grow wisely, responsibly and carefully behind a locked gate, or human liability, dead pets and bad karma could result. For ornamental purposes only. Toxic to many farm animals. Seeds are especially potent, and easily confused with anise seeds (NOTE: they smell and taste very different than anise). All parts are considered dangerous. Any actual or implied medicinal value is NOT stated here by me. I am not advocating ingestion in any form for any animal of any kind for any reason, reasonable or not. An offering from White Buffalo Trading Company: Non-GMO seeds, rare books and organic botanicals. I am an herbalist, trained shaman, and master gardener. I belong to Millions Against Monsanto, and financially support Erowid, another information site. I run a website dedicated to legalizing ALL plants, especially sacred plants. LegalizeAllPlants Shipping: USPS First Class or Priority mail. To combine shipping, just buy your items, then ask for an invoice. Easy to shop my Store. International bidders must check their country's import customs laws to make sure seeds are allowed in. No seed or plant imports are allowed into the Russian Federation or Israel. Thanks for Looking and Many Blessings on your Journey! Visit My eBay Store: White Buffalo Trading Your browser does not support JavaScript. To view this page, enable JavaScript if it is disabled or upgrade your browser. Condition: Light color. Organically grown in California by me.

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