Water Hemlock

Water Hemlock
Water Hemlock

water hemlock is considered to be the maximum toxic plant growing in north the us. all elements of the water hemlock are toxic and can motive death in as little as 15 minutes.

water hemlock grows in marshy, swampy areas of meadows; and alongside banks of streams, pools, and rivers. unintended poisonings generally arise whilst water hemlock is flawed for suitable for eating flora consisting of artichokes, celery, candy potatoes, sweet anise, or wild parsnip.

even though water hemlock is extremely poisonous, it is used as a remedy for migraine headaches, painful menstruation, and worms in the intestines.

a few humans observe water hemlock directly to the skin for redness and swelling (inflammation). 


different names is water hemlock acknowledged by using:
beaver poison, brook-tongue, carotte à moreau, kid's bane, cicuta, cicuta bulbifera, cicuta californica, cicuta douglasii, cicuta mackenzieana, cicuta maculata, cicuta occidentalis, cicuta vagans, cicuta virosa, cicutaire bulbifère, cicutaire du nord, cigüe aquatique, ciguë des marais, ciguë vénéneuse, ciguë vireuse, cowbane, death-of-man, eu water hemlock, fake parsley, fever root, mockeel root, muskrat weed, musquash root, persil des chats, persil des fous, persil des marais, poison parsnip, sium douglasii, snake weed, snakeroot, spotted cowbane, spotted hemlock, spotted parsley, wasser-schierling, wild carrot, wild dill, wild parsnip.

inadequate proof to charge effectiveness for:
migraine headaches.
painful menstrual intervals.
intestinal worms.
pores and skin redness and swelling (infection), when applied to the affected region.
different conditions.