Poisonous indoor plants: 9 flowers that can harm you
Do you like to plant flowers on windowsills? Then you definitely need to know which poisonous indoor plants can harm health! Be careful!
Name of poisonous indoor plants and photos
It is believed that cyclamen in the house helps to drive away bad dreams and fears, and it should be put in the bedroom at the head of the bed. We will not argue about the magical power of Cyclamen, but it is necessary to warn about its poisonous properties. Sometimes it is recommended to bury the juice of cyclamen root from sinusitis, and now this can not be done in any case. Not only can you burn the mucous, you risk getting fever, sore throat and difficulty breathing. The most poisonous parts are the seeds and roots of the plant, the fresh juice of which can cause irritation or inflammation of the skin.
Poisonous bulbs of plants that contain alkaloid likorin.In small doses, licorin has an expectorant effect, and in large doses it causes vomiting. If suddenly the leaf of a plant broke off, and the milky sap came out, it is better to wash your hands thoroughly and not to touch their eyes.
The plant is able to improve the chemical composition of the air in the room, but we are not in a hurry to put it in a bedroom or a nursery. The sap of the plant is poisonous, especially that contained in the stem. It can provoke serious digestive and respiratory disorders, as well as cause burns when it comes into contact with the skin of the face or hands.
If the plant is in your home, it is best to care for it with gloves. By the way, in kindergarten dieffenbahia grow altogether forbidden.
Yes, we did not confuse anything. This plant, of course, is very useful. On the one hand, geranium is an excellent antiseptic, helps relieve stress and tension, and relieves otitis and sore throats. However, there are people whose smell of geranium can provoke a severe asthma attack and cause an allergic reaction. Geranium (as one of the poisonous indoor flowers) is also contraindicated for pregnant women, people with low blood sugar, young children and those who take contraceptives.
They are not poisonous, but dangerous only because of thorns, which can prick and get in the worst case a small abscess. But some types of cacti, such as TRIHOTCEREUS, contain hallucinogens that can cause paralysis of the central nervous system, their action is similar to the effect of the drug LSD (as many have read Carlos Castaneda).
Cactus-like species of milkweed and europhobia are indeed poisonous.
Milkweed juice can cause burns, and if ingested, nausea, diarrhea, dizziness and mucosal burns. Strange, but it is these plants that can often be seen on the windowsill in school classes.
The most valuable and beloved aloe has two poisonous brothers - Aloe Striped and Aloe terrifying. All parts of these plants are dangerous, and basically the fact that most aloe species are considered medicinal, and they are very often used as a home remedy. So, striped and frightening can not be used for therapeutic purposes! They can cause gastric and uterine bleeding, and in pregnant women can cause miscarriage.
All parts of this plant contain poison.Touching a hydrangea is completely safe, but if you accidentally get hydrangea juice in your body, it will cause sweating, worsen blood circulation, stomach pain, itching, nausea and muscle weakness. Poisonous plants that can be found in the country.
Poisonous juice and berries of the plant. Juice can cause swelling and pain in the mouth and throat, and when in contact with the eyes conjunctivitis.
Poisonous indoor plants - some tips
- If you have small children or pets (especially cats), it is better not to buy poisonous indoor plants at all.
- Very often the milky juice is poisonous. If you see that when the stem breaks, the plant secretes white juice, it is better not to touch it, and especially not to scratch your face or rub your eyes with your hands.
-If the plants are already growing in your home, and you didn’t know that they are poisonous, remove them higher from the children, and in the case of a cat, try to close the base of the pot with cling film so that the animal does not dig the ground. By the way, sometimes cats chew leaves to quench their thirst, so pour more water into the bowl so that she does not touch the poisonous indoor flowers.
Date: 09.10.2018, 09:58 / Views: 93163
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