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9 trusted resources for Poisonous Plants

  1. Dangerous plants

    Raising Children Network

    A checklist of plants that are dangerous to young children; ways to recognise them and avoid the risk of children eating poisonous plants.

  2. Poisoning

    Women's and Children's Health Network

    Dangerous things are swallowed every day by children, usually when they are at home. Most of the children who swallow poisonous things are under the age of three, when they are too young to know what is safe .

  3. Hallucinogens: what are they? -


    Hallucinogens, also known as psychedelic drugs, affect all the senses and cause hallucinations.

  4. Child safety: preventing poisoning -


    In Australia, about 50 children a week are admitted to hospital because of poisoning.

  5. Adverse reactions to natural food chemicals

    myVMC Virtual Medical Centre

    Some natural food chemicals, in particular salicylates, amines and monosodium glutamate (MSG), can cause reactions in sensitive people, where they are often labeled food intolerances.

  6. Accidental poisoning -


    Children's curiosity can lead to danger, such as unintentional poisoning.

  7. Hallucinogens: what are the effects? -


    Tthe effects of hallucinogens, such as LSD, vary from person to person and depend on the amount taken.

  8. Obliterative bronchiolitis (OB)

    myVMC Virtual Medical Centre

    Information on the symptoms, treatment and diagnosis of Obliterative bronchiolitis by professional health specialists.

  9. What is Chemotherapy?

    Cancer Council Victoria

    Chemotherapy is the use of drugs to treat cancer by destroying or slowing the growth of fast-growing cancer cells.