Plants that produce toxic substances (phytotoxins) that pose a threat to human health are called poisonous. Poisoning by poisonous plants can occur in the following cases: by eating, inhaling their poisonous fumes, by direct contact. Sometimes poisoning is associated with the consumption of honey, which contains the nectar of flowers of poisonous plants, as well as milk and meat of animals that ate poisonous plants.
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