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White Chameleon poisoning

White Chameleon poisoning: Introduction

White Chameleon poisoning: The white chameleon is a type of thistle found mainly in dry areas of the Mediterranean. The rhizomes contains chemicals which can cause poisoning symptoms if eaten. The plant is often mistaken for a wild artichoke. The root extract is sometimes used in alternative medicine and excessive doses can also result in poisoning. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of White Chameleon poisoning is available below.

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Prognosis for White Chameleon poisoning

Prognosis for White Chameleon poisoning: Severity of symptoms vary depending on the amount of plant material consumed and the body size of the person. Children tend to suffer more severe symptoms due to their smaller body size. The root of this plant is very toxic and death occurs quite readily without prompt treatment. Immunotherapy and liver transplant are needed in severe cases to prevent death.

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