If You See This Plant, Do NOT Touch It! -Watch Video-

In a public space, in a garden, at home or on the sides, plants grow for our visual pleasure. However, some of these plants, so beaut...

If You See This Plant, Whatever You Do, Do NOT Touch It!

In a public space, in a garden, at home or on the sides, plants grow for our visual pleasure. However, some of these plants, so beautiful to us, are extremely dangerous and cause diseases with tragic consequences.

Indeed, all plants are not edible or harmless and the mere fact of touching them can impact the proper functioning of the body, as is the case of these 5 plants!

Toxic plants

1. The aconite

Growing in humid places, soles rich in fertilizer, along streams and in the mountainous and alpine regions of all France, aconite is also found in ornamental gardens. However, all parts of this plant are poisonous and that is why it is nicknamed "vegetable arsenic". Indeed, if ingested, symptoms such as burns, tingling around the lips and tingling extending from the mouth to the rest of the body, appear quickly. Then, after one to three hours, the functions of the body are declining whose heart rate and paralysis is felt. The agony lasts between one to twelve hours while the consciousness remains intact.

2. Lily of the valley

Besides the fact that lily of the valley is a lucky charm on May 1st, it is mostly a poisonous plant. It contains as a whole irritating substances as well as derivatives toxic to the heart. Indeed, in case of intoxication, thrush causes digestive disorders, slows the heart rate, increases blood pressure, causes respiratory disorders and causes cardiac arrest.

3. The golden button

Known for its beautiful color, the golden knob grows on roadsides, in wastelands, meadows and cultivated land. However, when this plant is fresh, it is toxic because it releases enzymes containing an irritant toxin to the touch and causing indigestion, diarrhea and inflammation of the digestive tract. Note that once cooked or dried, the plant loses its toxicity.

4. The Gympie-Gympie

Gympie-Gympie is a large shrub that grows in forests in Australia and Indonesia, where the climate is humid. Being highly irritating, this plant has been awarded the trophy of the most painful urticating plant in the world. Indeed, the mere fact of grazing a leaf causes an extremely painful burning sensation. The affected area is then covered with swollen red blisters and the pain can last for days or even months.

5. Giant hogweed

From Eastern Europe, giant hogweed is a very dangerous invasive plant. Indeed, in case of skin contact, the sap of this plant causes terrible burns, going to the third degree. This is because it releases toxins that are activated by sunlight. Moreover, its photo-sensitizing effect persists for several days.

Moreover it is this last plant which caused many misfortunes to this girl ... Here is her story!

The terrible story of this girl

Like all girls her age, Lauren saw giant hogweed and found her particularly pretty. She then touched the plant and that's when the worst happened.

She woke up with throbbing pains in her hands and it turned out that she had blisters, caused by burns after contact with the plant, that covered both her hands. Lauren had to go to the hospital and she spent several days there.

The hospital staff cared for Lauren's hands, but she still has scars that will take some time to fade, as can be seen in the video below:

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