Poison Hemlock (Conium
maculatum)
Poisonous to Horses

Toxic parts and chemical: in dry or fresh state the
entire young plant is poisonous, and in the
mature stage the seeds are more toxic than
leaves or stems.

Symptoms of Poisoning: symptoms and death
can appear in a matter of a few hours of
ingestion. Early signs include: increased
salivation, loose stools, burning mouth, frequent
defecation and urination, muscle weakness and
tremors, impaired vision, nervousness,
disorientation, coma, death.
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