Scientific Name: The scientific name is Datura stramonium.
Common Name: The most common names of Datura Stramonium are Jimsonweed, Jamestown weed, thorn-apple, stinkweed, datura.
Plant Description: Annual medicine, green branch to purplish, dull scented, with rotate, plain, coarsely toothed leaves; flower solitary, large, tubular plant with five thin lobes at the top, white or lavender; fruit a bristly capsule with different seeds.
Symptoms: The symptoms of Datura Stramonium are as follows- warm, dry, and red skin, hallucinations, pupil dilation, unnecessary headache, delirium, continuous and weak pulse, tremors and coma.
Basic description: Different branched, spreading, juicy, annual or perennial with dark white to light purple color of tinged perfumed solitary flowers.
Foliage of Datura Stramonium is dark green above, silvery or shiny grey below and unclean smelling.
Plants grow up to the height of two to four feet and increase readily, most commonly reaching a diameter of four to five feet.
Medicinal Uses: with the serious concern of Medical uses of Datura Stramonium are, Datura stramonium is still used to treat or mainly use for asthma, and gastrointestinal problems, irregular headaches, also aches, abscesses, swellings, arthritis, boils, hemorroids, rattlesnake bites, sprains, and tumors. It acts as a tranquilizer in maximum doses and as a refreshment or herb tonic and deleriant in large ones. Datura Stramonium is an insipid, antibiotic, antispasmodic and narcotic.
Relieve from the serious pains of rheumatism and sciatica when it is applied as salve or balm, and easing tremors of Parkinsons type of disease are unverified accounts of the effects of Jimson wild plant.
Most of the plant of Datura Stramonium is used for medicinal reasons. Consuming the seeds rapidly gets the plant to the nervous system process, but as well increases the risk of deadly overdose. The leaves can be dried out and smoked to get relax the bronchiole power of the throat.