By Anne Ophelia Dowden
An creation to herbs, their historical past, features, and their many makes use of.
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Because 60,000 crocus flowers produce only one pound of saffron, it was always expensive, but in England (and other places as well), enormous amounts were used. In the time of Henry VIII, court ladies dyed their hair with saffron and used genista, so much none of of it that the king forbade the practice, fearing that his favorite herb would be left to flavor his food.
It was also part of the stock-in-trade of all people-poisoners, from the court of Augusdepressant effect tus heart, Caesar to that of the Borgias. Livy wrote that kings always kept poisons on hand "for the uncertainties of fate," and many people besides kings have resorted to aconite to do away with their enemies or themselves. It was the herb that Medea prepared for Theseus and the one that Romeo swallowed in his when he thought that Juliet was dead. The earliest dyes nearly all came from grief primitive people simply smeared berry juice their utensils, or their bodies.
Known in France as "sorcerer's violet," it also pro- moted happiness; and its leaves, eaten or worn, had great power against evil spirits, snakes, and spite. In Italy, because it was a symbol of immortality, it was placed in garlands on the coffins of dead children. 42 — St. was not only a charm John's wort against evil; was a universal balm, it sometimes called tout-sain tutsan in French, or (all health) in English. Penuinkle was used as an astringent and Ground up tonic. " ST. JOHN'S WORT Hypericum perforatum Aristotle first recorded the belief that swallows used greater celandine to restore sight to their young The plant scientific Inevitably, is they were blinded.
A Chronicle of Herbs: This Noble Harvest by Anne Ophelia Dowden