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7 Deadliest Plants From Around The World

Plants, believe it or not, can actually be as dangerous, if not more so, than most animals on the planet. Nature is incredibly beautiful, but the simple fact of the matter is that one wrong step or touching one wrong leaf can result in your untimely demise. Especially children are at risk as the younger generations absolutely love to touch everything they can get their hands on. Some may cause immeasurable pain in the victim, while others end up simply incapacitating people until they simply pass away into the next life. Here are 7 of the deadliest plants from around the world.


6. Nerium Oleander
Nerium Oleander is found throughout Asia and Europe, and is known for being one of the most poisonous plants in the entire world. The plant’s toxins will attack a person’s gastrointestinal system, which can kill a human in just a couple of minutes.


5. Dieffenbachia
Dieffenbachia is known one of the most well known and often used plants in the world. They tend to be found indoors for air purification. However, when consumed, the plant can be highly deadly. They have thought to cause certain cancers in animals and children.


4. Acokanthera Spectabilis
Acokanthera spectabilis contains a few medical properties, but when used on the tip of an arrow, for example, the toxin within the plant can kill in a matter of minutes. The plant has a sweet taste and smell, which attracts young children.


3. Ageratina Altissima
Ageratina Altissima, otherwise known as white snakeroot, is another of the most poisonous plants in the world, mostly because of the toxin Tremetol. This toxin is incredibly fatal, and is generally ingested by cows, turning their produced milk deadly to human consumption.


2. Castor Oil Plant
The Castor Oil Plant, according to the Guinness Book of World Records, is another one of the most poisonous plants in the entire world. This is the plant that is often used in suicides, as it causes a painful attack in the human systems that will kill a person in minutes.


1. Aconitum Napellus
Aconitum Napellus is the type of plant that you toss into food in order to poison someone. The deep blue flowers make it highly attractive for gardens, but the poisonous toxins can cause cardiac arrest in both humans and animals. It is banned throughout Europe, but no where else yet.

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