|Standard name||Podophyllum peltatum|
|Scientific name||Podophyllum peltatum L.|
|Other scientific names|
|Common names||mayapple; may apple; Mandrake|
|Substance description||A Tincture is made of the fresh root gathered after fruit has ripened; Tincture of the whole plant; of ripe fruit; Solution of resinous extract, Podophyllin|
|Distinctness||VARIANTS (1. Tincture of the fresh root; 2. Tincture of the whole plant; 3. Tincture of ripe fruit; 4. Solution of resinous extract, Podophyllin)|
|Classification||Organism – Plantae – Magnoliophyta – Magnoliopsida – Ranunculales – Berberidaceae – Podophyllum|
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