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Asparagus Fern poisoning

Asparagus Fern poisoning: Introduction

Asparagus Fern poisoning: The asparagus fern is a slightly woody plant with a fern-like foliage. It has yellow-green fruit and bright red berries. The plant originated in South Arica. Skin contact with the plant sap can result in skin irritation and eating the berries can cause gastrointestinal symptoms. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Asparagus Fern poisoning is available below.

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Prognosis for Asparagus Fern poisoning

Prognosis for Asparagus Fern poisoning: The skin irritation tends to be minor and the plant is generally considered to have a low toxicity if the berries are eaten.

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