Sunday, May 3, 2020

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 Unpasteurized Honey





OK, so the nectar you eat in the store is fine… since it has been purified. Unpasteurized nectar anyway may contain grayanotoxin, which can prompt reactions, for example, tipsiness, shortcoming and regurgitating. In newborn children, this can be destructive!



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 Cassava Root


This mainstream South American and African vegetable is otherwise called custard or yuca. In its crude structure, it contains linamarin which can be toxic when processed. Obviously, drying, heating, and splashing the root renders the linamarin innocuous, however in the event that the procedure isn't completed effectively, the cassava root can be perilous.
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 Cherries



Their seeds really contain a toxin – hydrogen cyanide.













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