10 Deadliest Plants In The World That Can Kill You!

Hello Readers! Welcome to Humor Nation. Plants can also be as dangerous as animals due to their physical and chemical defense mechanism to protect themselves. There are some plants that prove to be very deadly due to the poisonous chemical produced by them.

So let’s checkout top 10 deadliest plants in the world!

1. Rhododendron

Rhododendron is a spring blooming plant found in Asian countries, it is found in five different colors that are pink, violet, red, yellow and white. It has deadly toxins like andromedotoxin, grayanotoxin and rhodotoxin present in them and its leaves are more deadly than the flowers.

2. Jimson weed

Jimson Weed is also known as the devil’s weed which is found in United States, Canada and Caribbean Islands. It has powerful hallucinogen and can alter mind conditions, but poisonous contents can be found in seeds and leaves in more concentration than in flowers.

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3. Angel’s Trumpets

10 Deadliest Plants In The World That Can Kill You!

Angel’s Trumpets are found in tropical regions of South America. It contains tropane alkaloids which are highly poisonous, but most of the poisonous contents are found in seeds and leaves. These are found in various colors like yellow, white, red and orange. It can cause paralysis, diarrhea, hallucinations and even death.

4. Aconite

Aconite grows in hilly regions of Northern Hemisphere, it is also known as monkshood, leopardbane and wolf’s bane. It contains an alkaloid which is very poisonous, especially the roots and root tubers of the plant. It causes burning, vomiting, diarrhea, coma and even death.

5. Cicuta

Cicuta is also called water hemlock and is found in North America. The thick stem of Cicuta contains highly poisonous toxic liquid which can affect the nervous system instantly. Its roots and seeds are also very toxic and can even kill a cattle if consumed.

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