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After visiting many different witchy sites and seeing different lists of toxic plants, I've come to you brothers and sisters, to see what you think. Do you all know of any plants in the craft that are either toxic or must be handled with care? Thank you in advance. Blessed be.
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Belladonna and Hemlock are highly poisonous herbs that are used in witchcraft. Also foxglove, lily of the valley, and mistletoe are not safe for consumption either. An herb that I know must be handled carefully is cinnamon. I have gotten my fair share of rashes and burns from the oil or wood of cinnamon but I still use it in almost everything I do.

Hope this helps! Blessed be!
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Ah I see. Alright. I also use cinnamon a bit and noticed that get a bit itchy. Anyways, thank you for your response. Love and light!
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Re: Toxic herbs
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Do you mean poisonous herbs in general, or poisons made from them through herbal practices?

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Either is fine, just stuff to be wary of is what I'm looking for. So both are fine.

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Large amounts of nutmeg or mace is toxic to humans.
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Encyclopedia of Magical Herbs is a good reference by Scott Cunningham. It list herbs used in the craft and their properties. Poisonous herbs will have an asterisk next to them.

Blessed Be
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Re: Toxic herbs
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There is a very useful site that discusses poisonous plants and herbs commonly used in folk magic at https://exemplore.com/misc/Poisonous-Herbs-a-list-of-poisonous-plants

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Re: Toxic herbs
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Doll eyes is very toxic too
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How about Lotus corniculatus, and White Snakeroot. Or others like Castor Bean, Oleander. Things like that.
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