Karolina Kaźmierczak

Karolina Kaźmierczak

Karolina Kaźmierczak
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Birthwort. Aristolochia clematitis. Once thought to be medicinal, it is actually poisonous. Now believed to be the cause of thousands of kidney failures in Eastern Europe. (1809)

Once thought to be medinical, it is actually poisonous. Now believed to be the cause of thousands of kidney failures in Eastern Europe. Svensk botanik [J. Palmstruch et al], vol.

☠ Aristolochia, Birthwort - tendril shoots (CAUTION: all parts of plant are poisonous, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aristolochia_clematitis nephrotoxic and carcinogenic if eaten, see BEN Balkan Endemic Nephropathy https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Danubian_endemic_familial_nephropathy related to CHN) | Up close and (not so) beautiful image by Karl Blossfeldt:

Up close and beautiful: Karl Blossfeldt's plants at the Whitechapel – in pictures

Karl Blossfeldt (German, 1865 - 1932). "Aristolochia Clematitis (Birthwort) (A.) Hyoscyamus Niger (Stinking Nightshade) (B). Aristolochia Clematitis (Birthwort) (C)". Original vintage photogravure. c1900-1928. Printed 1929.

Karl Blossfeldt (German, 1865 - "Aristolochia Clematitis (Birthwort) (A.) Hyoscyamus Niger (Stinking Nightshade) (B). Aristolochia Clematitis (Birthwort) (C)".

Aristolochia clematitis

Aristolochia clematitis