Explanation of symbols marked after the plant:
[F] = Phytophotodermatitis; sap or juice from the plant may cause skin symptoms, such as blisters, after exposure to sunlight.
[K] = The plant is non-toxic in moderate amounts or when properly prepared.
Plant causes topical irritation = Sap or juice from the plant may cause irritation (such as stinging) on the skin and in the mouth. Does not absorb into the body.
False morel (Gyromitra esculenta)
False morel is poisonous when eaten raw or without adequate preparation. False morel can cause liver failure. Usually symptoms begin within 4-12 hours after ingestion. The typical symptoms in the beginning are vomiting, diarrhea, dizziness and headache.
Ingestion of a small amount (less than 2 cubes of sugar) does not require any treatment. If the ingested amount is more than 2-3 cubes of sugar, administer activated charcoal and seek medical assistance. Save the mushroom for possible identification afterwards.
The content of fertilisers varies. Contact the Poison Information Centre to confirm toxicity.
A single dose is considered harmless. Does not require treatment.
Fireworks contain a variety of substances such as gun powder and various metallic salts, which produce the color effects. Ingesting a small amount of these substances is not dangerous. Ingesting a large amount or severe symptoms requires medical attention.
Flower vase water
The water in a vase is nontoxic.
Fly agaric (Amanita muscaria)
Fly agaric is poisonous to the central nervous system (CNS). Typical symptoms are fatigue and disorientation resembling alcohol intoxication. Other symptoms are sweating, increased salivation, vomiting and diarrhea.
If the ingested amount is less than 2 cubes of sugar, the patient can be monitored at home. If ingested in greater amounts, seek medical assistance. Contact the Poison Information Center if someone has ingested Fly agaric. Save the mushroom for possible identification afterwards.
Keywords: Shots, coins, metal objects, plastic objects
Swallowed foreign bodies are considered harmless regarding to toxicity. However, they can cause bowel obstruction.
In case of ingestion, contact your primary healt-care center or other emergency unit for more information.