Devil's root, dye pigeon, alkanna tinctoria, boraginácea plant with dye and healing properties already used by druids. Greek and Roman women also knew her. We have already defined it in the Dictionary with the term onoquiles . The Inquisition forbade it as a witch weed because it turned water into blood. It is now used in cosmetics for blushes or lipstick and in ointments and ointments for the skin.
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