Greater celandine poisonous
GREATER CELANDINE AS A POISONOUS PLANT
Can celandine be toxic?
Yes, celandine is a toxic plant. It contains a corrosive caustic juice, and it is rich in toxic alkaloids. Its medicinal use must be carefully controlled. It is Not recommended for internal use.
What toxic components greater celandine has?
All parts of the plant contain toxic components:
Celandine poisoning symptoms
* See: Plants for the liver.
Among the main poisoning symptoms, we have the following:
In contact with the skin
If ingested (in tea, food, capsules, etc..) or inhaled it can cause:
Precautions when using greater celandine
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