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Wolfsbane is one name for Aconitum napellus, a poisonous plant long used to kill predator animals in both Europe and India. It plays a large part in werewolf legends and mythology. Aconitum napellus and all its derivatives are real poisons. Ingesting and, in some cases, touching the leaves and flower can be deadly to humans. For example wolfsbane petals in fruit punch would likely kill anyone within hours of ingesting.