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  • Mandrake | Definition of Mandrake by Merriam-Webster

    Define mandrake: a Mediterranean herb (Mandragora officinarum) of the nightshade family with large ovate leaves, greenish-yellow or purple flowers,…

  • Mandragora officinarum - Wikipedia

    Mandragora officinarum is the type species of the plant genus Mandragora. It is often known as mandrake, although this name is also used for other plants.

  • A Modern Herbal | Mandrake

    Providing botanical, folk-lore and herbal information, plus organic herbs, and herbal products.

  • Mandrake | Harry Potter Wiki | FANDOM powered by Wikia

    A Mandrake, also known as Mandragora, is a plant which has a root that looks like a human (like...

  • Medieval Bestiary : Mandrake

    General Attributes: The mandrake is a plant; its roots grow in human form, male and female, and shriek when torn from the ground. It is of great use in medicine, but ...

  • Sacred Earth - Sacred Plants: Mandrake (Mandragora ...

    Once shrouded in much mystery and lore, Mandrake, the most important magical plant of the Middle Ages, today has been all but forgotten.

  • Mandrake (TV Movie 2010) - IMDb

    Directed by Tripp Reed. With Max Martini, Betsy Russell, Benito Martinez, Jon Mack. An expedition led by adventurer DARREN McCALL and funded by the wealthy Harry ...

  • Mandrake (plant) - New World Encyclopedia

    Mandrake is the common name for any of the herbaceous, perennial plants comprising the genus Mandragora of the nightshade family Solanacea, and in particular ...

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  • Mandrake - Wikipedia

    A mandrake is the root of a plant, historically derived either from plants of the genus Mandragora found in the Mediterranean region, or from other species, such as ...

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