HEALTHY LIVING . GUIDE



Many indoor plants are highly toxic in nature. Such plants can be dangerous for small children and pets, as well as some elderly people. While some plants are toxic when ingested, some can cause an allergic reaction if you touch the stem or leaves or if your skin comes in contact with the sap or juice.






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