Campuran alkaloid berupa bubuk kuning yang diperoleh melalui ekstraksi Veratrum viride; dipakai pada pengobatan hipertensi.

Alkavervir (Wikipedia)
Not to be confused with Phytolacca acinosa (also called Indian poke), or other pokeweeds (genus Phytolacca)
Veratrum viride
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Veratrum viride var. viride in flower
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Plantae
(unranked): Angiosperms
(unranked): Monocots
Order: Liliales
Family: Melanthiaceae
Genus: Veratrum
Species: V. viride
Binomial name
Veratrum viride

Veratrum viride, known as Indian poke, Indian hellebore, false hellebore, green false hellebore or giant false-helleborine, is a species of Veratrum native to eastern and western (but not central) North America. It is extremely toxic, and is considered a pest plant by farmers with livestock. The species has acquired a large number of other common names within its native range, including American false hellebore, American white hellebore, bear corn, big hellebore, corn lily, devils bite, duck retten, itch-weed, itchweed, poor Annie, blue hellebore and tickleweed.