Be careful with these plants in your garden. Contact with them can end in discomfort and even lead to death

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What plants should I avoid in my garden?

 Be careful about these plants in your garden. Contact with them can end in unpleasant ailments and even lead to death

According to the “Interia” portal, when choosing plants for a house or garden, we should not only follow the requirements of a given plant or its beauty, but also check that it is not poisonous. This is especially important when we have young children. We have prepared a list of the most dangerous plants for you.

Common yew

Common yew is one of those plants that we can find very often in our gardens. Unfortunately, contact with the plant can end in unpleasant ailments and even death. Every part of the yew contains poison and eating each of them is life-threatening.

After poisoning with yew, there are abdominal problems, diarrhea, vomiting. The heart rhythm is also disturbed, resulting in death.

 Be careful with these plants in your garden. Contact with them can result in unpleasant ailments, and even lead to death

Aconite

Monkshood is a plant that impresses with its appearance and attracts the eye with its color. Although more often than in gardens, we can meet him on mountain trails, one thing is certain – just touching it may end tragically for us.

 Be careful with these plants in your garden. Contact with them can result in unpleasant ailments or even death

The aconitine contained in aconite is able to penetrate the skin into our body, causing a lot of damage in our body. The substance causes a paralysis that affects the breathing muscles and the heart itself, leading to death.

Wolfberry hry

Wolf's hry the blueberry is often confused with the common blueberry, and eating its fruit can be fatal. The lethal dose for an adult human is only 10 mg.

 Be careful with these plants in your garden. them can end in unpleasant ailments, and even lead to death

It is also worth paying attention to plants such as: hoja, croton, perennial, cyclamen, dracaena and difenbachia.

Have you ever met any of these plants? Or maybe you have them in your gardens?

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