Poisonous plants have been used to heal for a long time. The Romans used a plant called aconite to cure headaches, and Native Americans used poison hemlock as a medicine for wounds.
Poisonous plants have been used as medicines for centuries. In fact, the Romans used a plant called aconite to cure headaches and Native Americans use poison hemlock as a medicine for wounds.
Poisonous plants are not always bad for you. Read on to see some of the garden plants that can be both poisonous and healing.
The article is talking about how poisonous plants in the garden can be both poisonous and healing. It talks about some common ones, such as lavender, sage, and stinging nettle. It also mentions how poinsonous plants have been used in ancient times to heal people, but they were often mixed with other herbs too.
One of the most common myths about poisonous plants is that they are all dangerous, but this is entirely false. Some poisonous plants are used in healing for centuries.
People who live in tropical areas or near swamps are more likely to know about these plants because they are more likely to encounter them.