purple flowers yellow centre hairy stalks
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has been used medicinally, but contains the toxin solanine - as does its relative Deadly Nightshade (and indeed, the "wrong" parts of tomatoes and potatoes).
In my area (Dorset) so many people call this plant deadly nightshade that it must almost be considered an alternative name!
Lat/Lng: 50.7914, 0.2162
OS grid ref: TQ562014
Typical grassland of the South Downs, Sussex