3. Devil’s Helmet

Devil’s Helmet

Aconitum, devil’s helmet, monkshood, and wolfsbane are all names that refer to a poisonous plant with beautiful, deep blue or purple flowers. All parts of this plant contain toxins, including aconitine. These toxins are poisonous to both the heart and the nerves. Poison Control lists changes in heart rate, numbness, tingling, nausea, and vomiting as symptoms of aconitine poisoning.

2. Poison Ivy

Poison Ivy

A resin, urushiol, is the component of poison ivy that causes an allergic reaction when it comes into contact with skin. According to the Mayo Clinic, symptoms of a topical reaction to poison ivy include redness, itching, swelling, and blisters. Furthermore, burning poison ivy can cause difficulty breathing if an individual breathes in smoke from the burning plant.

1. Angel’s Trumpet

Angel’s Trumpet

If you eat the flower of the beautiful angel’s trumpet, you may soon find yourself in the hospital. According to Encyclopedia Britannica, compounds in this plant that can be poisonous include scopolamine, atropine, and hyoscyamine. Symptoms of poisoning by this plant include hallucinations, rapid heartbeat, memory loss, paralysis, and death.

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