Joined 13 months ago from Tennessee
S.J. Orndorff, (They/Them), is a Non-binary, freelance writer who adores plants, plant-derived medicines, herbal medicine, botany, and ethnobotany. They have an insatiable curiosity for science and the desire to communicate that through their writing.
S.J. has over twenty years of practicle experience with herbal medicines and continues to be a student of biology, botany and herbal medicine.
11 months ago
Explore the history, use, and botanical origins of scopolamine. The chemical make-up of this alkaloid and mechanisms of action give insight into therapeutic and medicinal uses, both past and present. Scopolamine remains an important medicine for nausea and vomiting.
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