An article equally useful for all the ethnobotanists well as ethnoveterinary sector.
A poisonous plant is one which as a whole or part thereof under all or certain conditions and in manner and in amount likely to be taken or brought into contact with an organism will exert harmful effect or death either immediately or by reason of cumulative action of toxic property due to presence of known or unknown chemical substance in it and not by mechanical action.
Some of the important plant toxins are:
- Toxic proteins
- Essential oils
- Anti-vitamin A
- Anti-vitamin B
- Anti-vitamin D
- Anti-vitamin K
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A lovely piece of slam poetry I’d like to share with you;
‘59 wakes up on the wrong side of the bed.
Realizes all his hair is on one side of his head.
Takes just under a minute to work out that it’s because of the way that he slept.
He finds some clothes and gets dressed.
He can’t help but look in the mirror and be subtly impressed
How he looks rough around the edges and yet casually messed.
And as he glances out the window, he sees the sight that he gets blessed withof 60 from across the street.
Now 60 was beautiful.
With perfectly trimmed cuticles, dressed in something suitable.
Never rude or crude at all.
Unimprovable, right on time as usual, more on cue than a snooker ballbut liked to play it super cool.
59 wanted to tell her that he knew…
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Because baking Christmas cookies should be fun—and the least of your holiday worries.