Poison plants do not belong in the family garden

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Poison plants do not belong in the family garden

Many flowering plants which are now planted in the gardens, ingredients, where especially small children are hard to poison. Especially, the Two are threatened – to three-year-old, as they discover their environment through Sucking and Chewing, and also you take a Foreign in the mouth. Parents should inform themselves before the purchase of Plants, well about whether or not a Plant has toxic components. To these plants, you should make a wide arc, and only buy plants whose roots, leaves, flowers and fruits are non-toxic, recommends Susanne Woelk, Director of the action THE SAFE HOUSE (DSH), in Hamburg.

The most toxic plants in Germany

Among the most dangerous plants in this country as a pot plant is very popular angel’s trumpet, the rain of gold (highly toxic seeds!) and the belladonna. But supposedly harmless plants have it “in”: The black Berries of the Common ivy, a larger number of crushing eaten, Nausea, diarrhea and skin rash. The bark, leaves and fruit of the beech-tree are poisonous.

Free Brochure

Tips on how you can your children from poisoning, protect, find parents in the brochure “attention! Toxic! Poisoning accidents in children”, issued by the DSH, along with the General Association of the German insurance industry. The 32 pages contain a detailed poisonous plants and additional information on other poisoning dangers in the house, for example, by detergents, lamp oils or medications.

Each Chapter is rounded off with information on how to parent your children from poisoning hazards can protect and what to do if a child poisoning shows symptoms.

Brochure order The brochure “attention! Toxic! Poisoning accidents in children” there will be no charge against sending a postcard with the action of DSH, the keyword “Gift”, holsteinischer Kamp 62,22081 Hamburg.

Source: DSH