Traditional uses of Mandrake

Mandragora officinarum popularly known as Satan’s apple or mandrake is a perennial plant belonging to Solanaceae – Potato family. The plant has a chubby root resembling that of a parsnip. The root of this plant bifurcates resembling a pair of legs. The plant is native to Mediterranean Sea, within the borders of Tunisia, Algeria and … Continue reading Traditional uses of Mandrake