Everyone loves green and when it comes to houseplants we all love to have plants at are home. We generally choose plants that look good but due to the inadequate amount of knowledge about the different species of plants we don’t know how having these plants at home can sometimes be harmful. We have with us the list of such deadly household plants that are generally found in our homes:
These colorful bell-shaped flowers and their berries may look tempting but the intake of these berries can cause heart failure.
These may look normal and you may want to use these leaves but eating these leaves may shut down your kidney.
These purple vines may not do any harm to humans but the seeds of these flowers are poisonous to dogs, cats, and horses.
This elephant ear plant if ingested can make your airways to swell and finally resulting in shutting down our system. These, even when rubbed against the skin may lead to scratching and itching.
Accidentally eating a small amount of this flower may lead to immediate kidney failure.
Ingesting these seeds may cause vomiting, diarrhea, convulsions, tremors and cardiac arrhythmia. Generally, Dogs like to dig and sometimes they eat these kinds of seeds accidentally.
These flowers contain Cyanide, the toxin that can kill you in seconds.
Even in taking a small part of this flower may lead to symptoms of poisoning include drowsiness, slowed heart rate and shaking.
#9 Rhododendron and Azalea
Ingesting any part of this part may lead to abdominal pain, difficulty breathing, paralysis, coma and even death.
#10 Water Hemlock
These white flowers are quite toxic and do attack the nervous system if eaten.
#11 English Yew
This whole plant is poisonous but the seeds are the ones responsible for causing convulsions, paralysis and, in extreme cases, heart failure.
This plant if taken can in good ample amount cause throat swelling, breathing difficulties, burning pain and upset stomach.
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These plants can cause digestive problems, slowed heartbeat and hallucinogenic effects in humans in large doses, and even death.