The Garden of Hades

The Garden of Hades - Tina Tarrant

A bewitching and deadly collective of poisonous plants including Monkshood, Henbane, Mandrake, Datura stramonium, Hellebore, Deadly Nightshade, Opium Poppy, Hemlock and Tobacco. The plants of Hades (Hell to the Greeks), also signifies `No Man’s Land’.

Such plants deliver life and take it away, depending on the dosage. That fine line between life and death. The sacred weeds bear hallucinating and intoxicating qualities. These beguiling plants can collectively result in violent symptoms, of head pain, vertigo, vomiting, convulsions, blindness, paralysis of the lungs and heart, and coma.