3. Rhubarb Leaves
Oxalic acid is a substance that causes rhubarb leaf poisoning. This plant is not as dangerous as you can be, so be careful. Oxalic acid builds up kidney stones, so avoid eating too many stems and leaves. This part of the plant is poisonous when raw and cooked. When consumed in large quantities, rhubarb leaves cause vomiting, nausea, diarrhea, and stomach aches.
Nutmeg powder is used for baking and cooking. We only need a small amount of product to make the food taste different. On the right skin, do not consume more than 0.2 z of fear – there are many foods that can cause constipation and confusion. Always listen to what your sin is.
Seeds and stones are some of the results that are bad. For example, the cherry contains harmful cyanogenic agents. Cyanide should not be used. There are only 0.1 grams sufficient to seriously damage the person on average.
Cassava is a cold plant that is full of nutrients. Vegetables can be eaten safely when cooked properly, but their roots and leaves are poisonous and can die if they do not know how to prepare them. Dry and thoroughly dry before removing leaves.
Potatoes are not as bad as you would expect. The species also includes Ksharsutra solan, grass-fed grass and grass. If you use 16 oz herbs, you may have solanine poisoning. There may be respiratory problems and diarrhea. In some cases, it can cause high blood pressure or too much salt.