Key words: Folklore, poisonous plants
, Chemical constituents, Kaghan Valley, Pakistan.
All patients presenting to emergency department following exposure to poisonous plants
Children are the most at risk from poisonous plants
because they may be attracted by their berries or seeds and eat them.
SUPERMARKETS have been asked to make sure daffodils are kept separate from fruit and vegetables in a bid to prevent customers mistakenly eating the poisonous plants
A Complete Guide to Surviving in the Wilderness: Everything You Need to Know to Stay Alive and Get Rescued covers the basics of building shelter, avoiding poisonous plants
and animals, identifying food and more, and is filled with tips on first aid, navigation, and survival methods for a wide range of environments.
It is not possible to divide the plant kingdom into safe plants and poisonous plants
, as the stage of development, the soil type, the condition of the plant and other factors can all determine the effect of the plant on another organism.
Members were told how poisonous plants
can be used in small doses for today's medicine and how chocolate was once used to hide the taste of poison.
A The main poisonous plants
that give people trouble are poison ivy, poison oak, and poison sumac.
have associated toxins which constitute the plants' chemical defense mechanism against insects or herbivores (13,15).
can be classified on the basis of the chemicals they possess such as alkaloids, glycosides (including saponins), nitrates, bitter principles, oxalates, tannins, phenols, and volatile oils.
CRC World Dictionary of Medicinal and Poisonous Plants
London, Aug 17 ( ANI ): British border officials have seized illegal imports of herbal remedies and massage oils sent from India, which contained grounded tiger claws, poisonous plants
and cow urine.
As schools break up for summer and the children venture into the garden, keep a watchful eye on the poisonous plants
they may be mixing with, HANNAH STEPHENSON reports SCHOOL'S out for summer - and with the arrival of better weather, many children will be enjoying the freedom and fresh air that the garden offers.
As schools break up for summer and the children venture into the garden, keep an eye on the poisonous plants
they may be mixing with, warns Hannah Stephenson SCHOOL'S out for summer - and despite the wet weather, many children will be enjoying the garden.
The area is known for its wildlife and natural medical and poisonous plants