Physalis alkekengi - also known as the Chinese lantern or the winter cherry. It is most known for it’s decorative uses but the whole plant can be used for medicinal purposes; the plant has been used to prevent fever, to promote early labour, to ease arthritis and the berries contain twice the vitamin C as a lemon.
Aconitum- also known as Monkshood, aconite and wolfsbane. Used as a repellent against wolves, where the plant gained it’s most famous moniker, and often used to create poisons, if used correctly, Aconitum can produce a strong anaesthetic, slow the pulse, reduce fever and can be used as a diaphoretic.
Both are must haves in a werewolf’s garden.
Una being artistic and bloody. As always.
Had fun digitally colouring, really enjoying the odd colour mixes.
Una is mine.