Also known as belladonna, deadly nightshade, devil's berries or death cherries. Used as an ingredient in witches flying ointment and as an ancient anaesthetic and to poison the tips of arrows. The name comes from the Greek Fate Atropos that cuts the thread at the end of life. The name Bella Donna is Italian for "beautiful woman" referring to the time atropa was used as eye drops to dilate the pupils of women, which was once considered sexy.
A deadly dark and gorgeous interpretation: black currant berries, blood cedar, opium poppy, red musk and a drop of thyme.