Some plants are poisonous and used in witchcraft. These plants are known for their healing properties, but in some cases they can be toxic when ingested.

The following is a list of poisonous plants that are used in witchcraft:

1. Angel’s Trumpet (Brugmansia) – It is also called the “Tree of Life” by Peruvians because of its hallucinogenic properties which cause delusions. This plant does not grow in North America, but it can be found in Central and South America. The plant produces scented flowers which attract carrion beetles and flies to the plant, so it has a symbiotic relationship with them. It can also attract hummingbirds to feed on nectar from the flower’s opening.

2. Belladonna (Atrop

Poison plants in witchcraft have been used for a long time. In the past, witches used these plants to cause pain and misfortune. However, in today’s society they are also being used for natural cures and health purposes.

Some of these plants are known to be poisonous when they are eaten or come into contact with skin. They can cause anything from a stomachache to death depending on the plant they come in contact with and how much they consume. These plants may also be seen as a medicine if it is boiled in water or combined with another plant that can counteract the poison in it.

Plants have been used in many ways, but one of the most unusual ways has been to use them in witchcraft.

The plants that are most often used in witchcraft are poisonous plants. For instance, belladonna was once thought to be a cure for blindness and other ailments and was widely prescribed by doctors until it was discovered that it can cause severe hallucinations and even death. More recently, the use of poisonous plants has been followed by an increasing number of people who believe that natural remedies can be more effective than medicine, despite the fact that there is not any evidence to support this claim.