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Dog poison - Aethusa cynapium. small hemlock, Dog poison, fool's parsley, fool's cicely

Dog poison

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Biological Name: Aethusa cynapiumDog poison

Other Names: small hemlock, Dog poison, fool’s parsley, fool’s cicely

Elements Applied: Green parts are commonly applied in herbal medicine

Used For: The herb is used to relieve spasms, induce vomiting, and acts as a skin irritant.

Nowadays the herb is applied only as part of herbal medications for spasms and stomach conditions, induced by nervous disorders.

The herb is not recommended for internal use. Its description is listed here only for information.

Warning! Consuming roots or leaves (confused for radishes or parsley) may lead to lethal outcome. Dog poison looks like parsley but may be defined by the yellowish cover of the lower leaf side, which is green and not shiny in case of parsley. It is also characterized by white blossoms, while parsley has yellow ones.

Additional Info: Dog poison belongs to annuals and can be met in waste areas and gardens. It also grows on fences and hedges of North and East areas of America, Europe, and eastern areas of Canada. The spindle-formed and white-colored root features a branchy stem which is slender and round, and may reach up to 3 feet in height, bearing tripinnate leaves. The plant is characterized by green leaflets which are yellow and shiny at the lower side. The herb blossoms from early summer to early autumn, when it features white flowers.

Preparation and Intake: Not recommended for use. Dangerous.

Safety: The herb is listed here only for information. Using it is dangerous for one’s life.

Warning! Consuming roots or leaves (confused for radishes or parsley) may lead to lethal outcome. Dog poison looks like parsley but may be defined by the yellowish cover of the lower leaf side, which is green and not shiny in case of parsley. It is also characterized by white blossoms, while parsley has yellow ones.