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Mandrakes: Hebrew dudaim; i.e., "love-plants", occurs only in
(The Song of Solomon 7:13) Many interpretations have been given of this word dudaim.
It has been rendered "violets," "Lilies," "jasmines," "truffles or
mushrooms," "flowers," the "citron," etc. The weight of authority is
in favour of its being regarded as the Mandragora officinalis of
botanists, "a near relative of the night-shades, the 'apple of Sodom'
and the potato plant." It possesses stimulating and narcotic
(Genesis 30:14-16) The fruit of this plant resembles the
potato-apple in size, and is of a pale orange colour. It has been
called the "love-apple." The Arabs call it "Satan's apple." It still
grows near Jerusalem, and in other parts of Palestine.