Can Botticelli make you high?

A plant in Botticelli's Venus and Mars resembles the hallucinogen Datura stramonium. Blogger Jonathan Jones speculates that the artist intended the painting to affect the viewer like taking a love potion.

Jones points out that fifteenth-century nobles did believe in the value of aphrodisiacs and used them: "You can see an aphrodisiac bottle decorated with snogging lovers in the Renaissance galleries at the V&A."