S. Carolinen'se, Solanum, Horse-nettle, Berries, N.F. -- The air-dried ripe fruit with not more than 5 p.c. of immature fruit nor 2 p.c. of foreign organic matter; C. And S. United States. Perennial herb, .3-.6 M. (1-2 degrees) high, stellate-pubescent, grayish-green, sharp yellow prickles. Fruit, globose, shriveled, .8-2 Cm. (1/3-4/5') thick, orange-yellow, glabrous, fleshy, 2-celled, many-seeded, calyx persistent; stellate, pubescent, enclosing half of berry, seed orbicular, flat, yellow, shining; odor pepper-like; taste bitter, acrid. Powder, brownish -- numerous fragments of seed-coat and epicarp, cells with yellowish amorphous content; solvent: diluted alcohol; contains solanine, solanidine, resin, fat, volatile oil, ash 6 p.c. Tonic, antiepileptic, antitetanic; tetanus, epilepsy, convulsions -- albuminuria, pregnancy; better than bromides; disastrously fatal to cattle. Dose, 3ss-1 (2-4 Gm.); 1. Fluidextractum Solani (67 p.c. alcohol), dose, 3ss-1 (2-4 cc.); Tincture. S. panicula'tum, S. America; tonic, diuretic, antiperiodic; vesical catarrh.