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Everlasting pea poisoning

Everlasting pea poisoning: Introduction

Everlasting pea poisoning: The everlasting pea is a vine which bears pink, pea-like flowers and flat seed pods. It's usually found growing in the wild in many parts of the world. The seeds contains various chemicals (amines, phenol, glycoside) which can cause poisoning symptoms if large quantities are eaten. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Everlasting pea poisoning is available below.

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Prognosis for Everlasting pea poisoning

Prognosis for Everlasting pea poisoning: The leg weakness is often irreversible.

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