Title: Larkspur
Additional Names: Delphinium; knight's spur; lark's-heel; lark's-claw; staggerweed
Literature References: Dried ripe seeds of Delphinium ajacis L., Ranunculaceae. Habit. Central Europe, cultivated in U.S. Constit. Calcatripine, volatile oil, gum, resin, fixed oil, gallic and aconitic acids. Identification and toxicity of alkaloids: G. D. Manners et al., J. Range Manage. 45, 63 (1992).
CAUTION: Toxic. Poisoning from percutaneous absorption may occur.
Therap-Cat: Pediculicide.

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