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|Never has pharmacology looked so pretty. Foxglove, or digitalis purpurea, is manufactured into digoxin, a medication which regulates heart rate for conditions such as atrial fibrillation, flutter and congestive heart failure. This ornamental garden plant, therefore is toxic when digested.|
camera: Canon S3IS
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- [2007-10-13 18:52]
itīs true, digitalis are amazing: medical properties, ornamental beauty. In patagonia we have many of them, in different colours.-
About your pic, let me tell that, for me, the shot is too much close, and although we can see many details, the focus get lost a little.Anyway, is a great pic because the details.