Mandrake, also known as dogweed, is a perennial poisonous plant with bluish, purple flowers, tap roots, broad leaves, and a foul odor. It took its name from its roots, which resemble humans in appearance.
important feature is that it is a narcotic and analgesic. In addition to helping relieve pain with its sedative properties, it also helps relieve fatigue and resolve spasms. It increases sexual desire.
: Mandrake is boiled and made into tea and used as a painkiller and sedative, as well as its roots being dried and turned into powder. It can also be made into an ointment and used externally against eczema. It should be used with caution because it is poisonous.