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POISON IN THE GARDEN

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Published on August 3, 2008

Author: captain_scarlet

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Slide 1: Sunday, 03 August 2008 S. D. Lampitt 03/08/2008 09:47:30 Slide 2: Sunday, 03 August 2008 S. D. Lampitt 03/08/2008 09:47:30 DON’T EAT THE DAFFODILS Slide 3: Sunday, 03 August 2008 S. D. Lampitt 03/08/2008 09:47:30 The following presentation will I HOPE Slide 4: Sunday, 03 August 2008 S. D. Lampitt 03/08/2008 09:47:30 Draw your attention to some plants Which have a secret DAFFODIL : Sunday, 03 August 2008 S. D. Lampitt 03/08/2008 09:47:30 DAFFODIL DAFFODIL : Sunday, 03 August 2008 S. D. Lampitt 03/08/2008 09:47:30 Diarrhoea  Vomiting Staggering Collapse Unconsciousness Coma Death in a few hours ~ 250g can be fatal DAFFODIL All parts poisonous Causing Digitalis or Foxglove : Sunday, 03 August 2008 S. D. Lampitt 03/08/2008 09:47:30 Digitalis or Foxglove Digitalis or Foxglove : Sunday, 03 August 2008 S. D. Lampitt 03/08/2008 09:47:30 Causes HEART ATTACK All parts poisonous Dangerously irregular heartbeat and pulse Mental confusion. May be fatal. Digitalis or Foxglove Monkshood : Sunday, 03 August 2008 S. D. Lampitt 03/08/2008 09:47:30 Monkshood Monkshood : Sunday, 03 August 2008 S. D. Lampitt 03/08/2008 09:47:30 Used by Chinese as poison for poison darts All parts extremely poisonous Restlessness, salivation, nausea, vomiting, vertigo and DEATH Monkshood Sweet Pea : Sunday, 03 August 2008 S. D. Lampitt 03/08/2008 09:47:30 Sweet Pea Sweet Pea : Sunday, 03 August 2008 S. D. Lampitt 03/08/2008 09:47:30 Sweet Pea Sweet Pea : Sunday, 03 August 2008 S. D. Lampitt 03/08/2008 09:47:30 Will make you severely sick If enough ingested……….. DEATH Sweet Pea Laburnum : Sunday, 03 August 2008 S. D. Lampitt 03/08/2008 09:47:30 Laburnum Laburnum : Sunday, 03 August 2008 S. D. Lampitt 03/08/2008 09:47:30 Severe poisoning. Excitement Staggering Convulsions and coma. About 30 seeds, 6 seed pods can KILL Laburnum Belladonna : Sunday, 03 August 2008 S. D. Lampitt 03/08/2008 09:47:30 Belladonna Belladonna : Sunday, 03 August 2008 S. D. Lampitt 03/08/2008 09:47:30 Also called Deadly Nightshade All parts are poisonous Can be fatal Belladonna Broom : Sunday, 03 August 2008 S. D. Lampitt 03/08/2008 09:47:30 Broom Broom : Sunday, 03 August 2008 S. D. Lampitt 03/08/2008 09:47:30 Broom Seed pods look like peas About 30 seeds, 6 seed pods can KILL Aquilegia : Sunday, 03 August 2008 S. D. Lampitt 03/08/2008 09:47:30 Aquilegia Aquilegia : Sunday, 03 August 2008 S. D. Lampitt 03/08/2008 09:47:30 Digestive upset Nervous excitement Depression. May be fatal. Aquilegia Brugmansia : Sunday, 03 August 2008 S. D. Lampitt 03/08/2008 09:47:30 Brugmansia Brugmansia : Sunday, 03 August 2008 S. D. Lampitt 03/08/2008 09:47:30 Very sweet smelling plant Ingestion of a little sap can cause throat to swell Difficulty in swallowing Brugmansia LUPIN : Sunday, 03 August 2008 S. D. Lampitt 03/08/2008 09:47:30 LUPIN LUPIN : Sunday, 03 August 2008 S. D. Lampitt 03/08/2008 09:47:30 Seeds very poisonous Cause vomiting and convulsions. LUPIN Morning Glory : Sunday, 03 August 2008 S. D. Lampitt 03/08/2008 09:47:30 Morning Glory Morning Glory : Sunday, 03 August 2008 S. D. Lampitt 03/08/2008 09:47:30 produces horrific hallucinations Morning Glory LOBELIA : Sunday, 03 August 2008 S. D. Lampitt 03/08/2008 09:47:30 LOBELIA LOBELIA : Sunday, 03 August 2008 S. D. Lampitt 03/08/2008 09:47:30 Vomiting Convulsions May be FATAL LOBELIA DELPHINIUM : Sunday, 03 August 2008 S. D. Lampitt 03/08/2008 09:47:30 DELPHINIUM DELPHINIUM : Sunday, 03 August 2008 S. D. Lampitt 03/08/2008 09:47:30 All parts extremely poisonous Restlessness, salivation, nausea, vomiting, vertigo and DEATH DELPHINIUM Larkspur : Sunday, 03 August 2008 S. D. Lampitt 03/08/2008 09:47:30 Larkspur Larkspur : Sunday, 03 August 2008 S. D. Lampitt 03/08/2008 09:47:30 Restlessness Salivation Nausea Vomiting Vertigo and DEATH Larkspur POTATO : Sunday, 03 August 2008 S. D. Lampitt 03/08/2008 09:47:30 POTATO POTATO : Sunday, 03 August 2008 S. D. Lampitt 03/08/2008 09:47:30 Same family as Deadly Night shade ALL PLANT POISONOUS Except the tubers POTATO TOMATO : Sunday, 03 August 2008 S. D. Lampitt 03/08/2008 09:47:30 TOMATO TOMATO : Sunday, 03 August 2008 S. D. Lampitt 03/08/2008 09:47:30 Same family as Deadly Night shade ALL PLANT POISONOUS Except the FRUITS TOMATO Rhubarb : Sunday, 03 August 2008 S. D. Lampitt 03/08/2008 09:47:30 Rhubarb Rhubarb : Sunday, 03 August 2008 S. D. Lampitt 03/08/2008 09:47:30 Fatal. Large amounts of raw or cooked leaves can cause convulsions, coma, followed rapidly by death. Rhubarb BEANS : Sunday, 03 August 2008 S. D. Lampitt 03/08/2008 09:47:30 BEANS BEANS : Sunday, 03 August 2008 S. D. Lampitt 03/08/2008 09:47:30 These vegetables should not be eaten RAW Severe indigestion Always cook your beans Certain types can be fatal BEANS SOYA : Sunday, 03 August 2008 S. D. Lampitt 03/08/2008 09:47:30 SOYA SOYA : Sunday, 03 August 2008 S. D. Lampitt 03/08/2008 09:47:30 These vegetables should not be eaten RAW Contain inhibitors for protein ingestion SOYA APPLE : Sunday, 03 August 2008 S. D. Lampitt 03/08/2008 09:47:30 APPLE APPLE : Sunday, 03 August 2008 S. D. Lampitt 03/08/2008 09:47:30 The seeds from the apple Are very poisonous They contain ARSENIC APPLE ….And the best of all : Sunday, 03 August 2008 S. D. Lampitt 03/08/2008 09:47:30 ….And the best of all THE THE DESTROYING ANGEL Slide 47: Sunday, 03 August 2008 S. D. Lampitt 03/08/2008 09:47:30 Slide 48: Sunday, 03 August 2008 S. D. Lampitt 03/08/2008 09:47:30 A small mushroom About the size Of a 2p piece The Destroying angel : Sunday, 03 August 2008 S. D. Lampitt 03/08/2008 09:47:30 The Destroying angel The Destroying angel : Sunday, 03 August 2008 S. D. Lampitt 03/08/2008 09:47:30 You become violently ill Severe vomiting Severe diarrhoea You then get BETTER The Destroying angel Slide 51: Sunday, 03 August 2008 S. D. Lampitt 03/08/2008 09:47:30 Only to die a week or so later From total internal organ failure Fact : Sunday, 03 August 2008 S. D. Lampitt 03/08/2008 09:47:30 Fact Poisoned pair mistook daffodils for onions From the archive, first published Saturday 15th Sep 2001. A couple suffered severe food poisoning after mistaking daffodil bulbs for onions. FACT: Wales Echo - 29 June 1999 : Sunday, 03 August 2008 S. D. Lampitt 03/08/2008 09:47:30 FACT: Wales Echo - 29 June 1999 Dennis Verity, of Bridgend, South Wales, who was partially sighted fried some daffodil bulbs for lunch on his 88th birthday last October, thinking they were onions. Slide 54: Sunday, 03 August 2008 S. D. Lampitt 03/08/2008 09:47:30 He became violently ill the next day and died in hospital from daffodil poisoning and a malfunction of the heart. Word of warning : Sunday, 03 August 2008 S. D. Lampitt 03/08/2008 09:47:30 Word of warning Slide 56: Sunday, 03 August 2008 S. D. Lampitt 03/08/2008 09:47:30 Some plants cause DERMITITIS Some plants cause blistering of the skin Some plants cause your mouth to swell Some plants cause discoloration of the skin Some plants cause nausea Slide 57: Sunday, 03 August 2008 S. D. Lampitt 03/08/2008 09:47:30 If something looks nice in the garden Be sure You know what it is, before you eat it Slide 58: Sunday, 03 August 2008 S. D. Lampitt 03/08/2008 09:47:30 Always wash your hands after Touching things In the garden THE END : Sunday, 03 August 2008 S. D. Lampitt 03/08/2008 09:47:30 THE END Music : Sunday, 03 August 2008 S. D. Lampitt 03/08/2008 09:47:30 Music Silver Machine - Hawkwind Excerpt -Toccata and Fugue - Bach Excerpt – Funeral March – Wagner Excerpt – The Day After Tomorrow Adagio for strings – Samuel Barber

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