Plate XXXIV: Lobelia Inflata
- 1884-Apr – 1887-Jun
Botanical illustration of a branch of Lobelia Inflata, commonly known as "Indian tobacco," including leaves and blooming flowers. “Natural size” is noted after the scientific name of the plant, indicating that the illustration was drawn to scale. Per the chapter on the uses of Lobelia Inflata that accompanies the illustration, parts of the plant can be used with effects to the body's circulation, respiration, nerve and muscle.
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Lloyd, C.G. (Curtis Gates), and John Uri Lloyd. “Plate XXXIV: Lobelia Inflata.” Drugs and Medicines of North America, 1884–1887. https://digital.sciencehistory.org/works/6q182k958.
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