Mandragora autumnalis root, harvested and washed.

"The autumn mandrake (Mandragora autumnalis) was once regarded as 'the little mandrake woman' (...) contains the same tropane alkaloids as Mandragora officinarum. Little is known about its effects." - Christian Rätsch, Encyclopedia of Psychoactive Plants

"Dioscorides thus describes three varieties of mandragora. The last named, Morion, was apparently the most powerful and corresponds to the Mandragora autumnalis with its narrow leaves." - C. J. S. Thompson, The Mystic Mandrake