Poisonous Plants

There are several uses for poisonous plants, including anti-diabetic and anti-cancer properties as well as anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, and even cytogenetic effects. There are many phytochemical elements that are isolated from different therapeutic plants that have diverse actions like a diuretic medicine, laxative, purgative, and numerous other key restorative characteristics that are the focus of this field of study. A number of illnesses are cured by hepatotoxic plants used in Siddha's therapeutic approach. We must be aware of the hazardous plants that, if used in the correct dosage, can be used as possible therapeutics. Living things are poisoned by toxin atoms.

Antimicrobial activities of Poisonous Plants
Abrus Precatorius (Fabaceae)
Citrullus Colocynthis (Cucurbitaceae)
Cleistanthus Collinus (Phyllanthaceae)
Agave Sisalana (Asparagaceae)
Arum Maculatum (Araceae)
Gloriosa Superba (Colchicaceae)
Arum Maculatum (Araceae)