The Most Beautiful-But-Deadly Flowers in the World – Most dangerous
Beautiful as they may be, some
flowers are much more than they appear to be. Believe it or not, these
seemingly harmless plants can really ruin your vacation. To help you
know what flowers to stay away from on your trips, with a list of the
worlds most attractive but dangerous flowers:
Also known as
lady laurel or
paradise plant, Daphne is a 1-1.5 meters tall shrub, usually grown for
its scented flowers. All parts of the plant are poisonous, but the
greatest concentrations are in the sap and berries.
daphnin, two powerful toxins that cause stomach aches, headaches,
diarrhea, delirium and convulsions. If Daphne berries are consumed, the
victim might fall into a coma and even die.
Just like the
Daphne, Lily of the
Valley may look beautiful and harmless, but it is entirely poisonous.
Eating one or two of the plants bell-shaped flowers
wont hurt you
very much, especially if youre an adult.
Eaten in large
quantities, Lily of
the Valley causes pain in the mouth, nausea, vomiting, cramps and
diarrhea. People with heart conditions should be most careful since the
toxins cause the heartbeats to slow down or become irregular.
Known as one of
the most poisonous
plants in the Western hemisphere, Belladonna contains potentially
lethal tropane alkaloids. The entire plant is harmful, but its
good-looking berries pose the most danger, especially to kids.
The symptoms of
Deadly Nightshade poisoning are dilated pupils, blurred vision,
headaches, hallucinations, delirium and convulsions. Atropine, the
toxin contained by Belladona, can kill a person by disrupting the
nervous systems ability to regulate breathing, sweating and
something very evil about this plant. The toxins it contains can be
fatal to humans and a number of animals. Known as a powerful
hallucinogen, Angels Trumpet should not be used for
purposes, since the risk of an overdose is very high.
featuring large, beautiful blooms, has been known for its toxicity
since ancient times. Xenophon recorded the odd behavior of a group of
Greek soldiers who had eaten honey from rhododendron flowers.
known as one of the
most poisonous plants on Earth, often used in suicidal cases around
southern India. The numerous toxic compounds contained in the entire
Oleander plant, including oleandrin and neriine, affect the nervous,
digestive and cardiovascular systems, all at the same time.
One of the most
in the world, Autumn crocus is also probably the most poisonous. It
contains colchicine, a deadly drug used effectively in the treatment
for gout. Unlike other toxins found in the flowers above, colchicine,
an arsenic-like poison has no antidote.