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This is an unusual plant in cultivation. The plant likes well-drained, light, deep, acidic soil and full sun. It grows best in full sun or partial shade. It doesn’t like overwatering. The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs), it is self-fertile and can be also pollinated by insects. It is propagated either by root division in late autumn or by seeds.
Traditional Medicine & Culture Mandrake has a long history of medicinal use, though superstition has played a large part in the uses it has been applied to. It has similar properties to those of Mandragora Officinarum.

In the past, Autumn Mandrake roots were used for motion sickness. Historically, plant has been used in the treatment of pain and to alleviate sleeplessness.
In the Middle Age it was used was believed to be a strong aphrodisiac.
There are many myths and legends surrounding the plant - presumably because its roots are in the shape of the human body! In the past it was frequently made into amulets which were believed to bring good fortune, cure sterility etc · It was used in European witchcraft and in many rituals. · In Germany Mandrake was kept as a talisman.


Important! Mandrake is considered as toxic and poisonous, hence contains the same components as other plants in Solanaceae family.

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Mandrake Plant (Mandragora)

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