Toxic Plants

Toxic plants can cause a variety of symptoms. 
Each plant is categorized by the symptoms expected after exposure to it. 
The categories are described at the bottom of this page.

Amaryllis - gastro irritatant
Azalea - cardiac glycosides
Bird of Paradise - gastro irritation
Black Nightshade Berry - solanine
Butterfly Weed - gastro irritant
Calamondin Orange - dermatitis
Calla Lily - oxalotes
Carnation - gastro irritant
Castor Bean - toxalbumin
Christmas Cherry - solanine, dermatitis
Chrysanthemum - dermatitis, pyrethrum
Cotoneaster Berry - amygdalin
Cyclamen - gastro irritant
Daffodil - gastro irritant
Daisy - dermatitis, pyrethrum
Daphne - gastro irritant, dermatitis
Devil's Ivy - oxalates, dermatitis
Dieffenbachia - oxalates, dermatitis
Dumbcane - oxalates, dermatitis
Elderberry - amygdalin
Elephant Ears - oxalates
English Holly - gastro irritant
English Ivy - gastro irritant, dermatitis
Eucalyptus - gastro irritant
Firecracker - gastro irritant, dermatitis
Foxglove - cardiac glycosides
Geranium - dermatitis
Golden Chain - nicotine
Holly Berry - gastro irritant
Horse Chestnut - gastro irritant
Hyacinth - gastro irritant, dermatitis
Iris - gastro irritant, dermatitis
Jack-in-the-Pulpit - oxalates, dermatitis
Jequirity Bean - toxalbumin
Jerusalem Cherry - solanine, dermatitis
Jimson Weed - dermatitis, anticholinergic
Juniper - depressants, gastroirritant, dermatitis
Larkspur - cardiac glycosides
Laurel - cardiac glycosides
Lily of the Valley - cardiac glycosides, dermatitis
Mistletoe - gastro irritant, cardiac glycosides
Morning Glory - hallucinogenic
Needlepoint Ivy - gastro irritant, dermatitis
Oleander - cardiac glycoside
Oxalis - oxalates, dermatitis
Philodendron - oxalates, dermatitis
Podocarpus - gastro irritant
Poison Hemlock - nicotine, dermatitis
Poison Ivy - dermatitis, gastro irritant
Poison Sumac - dermatitis, gastro irritant
Potato Plant - anticholinergic, solanine
Pothos - oxalates, dermatitis
Pyracantha - gastro irritant
Rhododendron - cardiac glycosides
Rhubarb Leaves - oxalates
Rosary Pea - toxalbumin
Sand Begonia - oxalates, dermatitis
Skunk Cabbage - oxalates
Snow-on-the-Mountain - gastro irritant, dermatitis
Spathe Flower - oxalates
String of Pearls - dermatitis, gastro irritant
Tomato Leaves - solanine
Tulips - dermatitis, gastro irritant
Violets - cathartic effect
Wild Carrots - dermatitis
Wild Peas - gastro irritant
Yew Berry - gastro irritant
Amygdalin: Body converts to cyanide.  Symptoms often delayed.  Vomiting, severe stomach pain, paralysis, unconsciousness, breathing difficulty, and others.
Anticholinergic: Blurred vision, dry mouth, fast heart rate, anxiety, disorientation, hallucinations, and others
Cardiac Glycosides: Vomiting, vision changes, loss of appetite, drowsiness, irregular heartbeat, and others.
Depressants: Confusion, drowsiness, mild depression, and others.
Dermatitis: Redness, itching, and rash; nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea on ingestion.
Gastro irritant: Irritation of mouth and throat, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea.
Hallucinogenic: Confusion, hallucinations, delusions, panic, and others.
Nicotine: Bloody vomiting, sweating, salivation, headache, fast heart rate, weakness, fever, and others.
Oxalates: Intense irritation and swelling of mouth, tongue, throat, breathing and speaking difficulty, vomiting, diarrhea, and others.
Pyrethrum: Numbness of lips and tongue, sneezing, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, headache, restlessness, ringing in the ears, and others.
Solanine: Muscle weakness, salivation, sweating, breathing difficulty, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, anxiety, disorientation, and others.
Toxalbumin: Mouth, esophageal, stomach corrosion, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea, liver and kidney damage, bleeding, hemolysis, shock, and others.