Botanical Name :Aconitum spicatum
Species: Aconitum spicatum
Common Name :Bish, Bikh
Trade Names: Kalo-Bikh, Bikh, Bachnag,
It is a perinneal herb.Bushy plants of gray-green divided foliage and pale violet blooms brushed with a metallic silver sheen, blooms mid summer to early fall, grows 36-40 inches.
Striking helmet-shaped flowers on tall spikes provide an attractive source of mid to late summer color for shaded gardens.Well grows in well-drained soil.
Used in traditional Chinese medicines.Aconitum spicatum as traditional herb its extracts have been employed in analgesic balms.
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Known Hazards:Do not plant near vegetable gardens as all parts of the plant are poisonous. Foliage may irritate sensitive skin.
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