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.
Keywords: Burana®, Ibumax®, Ibumetin®, Ibusal®, Ibuxin®, painkiller, analgesic
A single dose not exceeding 100mg per kg of body weight is harmless and does not require treatment. If the ingested amount is over 100mg per kg of body weight, contact the Poison Information Centre to confirm toxicity.
Pens: Inks used in pens are harmless if the ingested amount is less than 5ml.
Printers: The content varies. Printer inks may contain for example glycols, isopropanol, ethanol. Contact the Poison Information Centre to confirm toxicity.
Many Inocybe –species (for example Deadly fibrecap, Torn fibrecap, White fibrecap) contain muscarine, which can cause symptoms in the nervous system. Usually symptoms begin within 30 min - 2 hours after ingestion. Typical symptoms are sweating, increased salivation, lacrimation, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea.
Ingestion of a small amount (less than 2-3 cubes of sugar) does not require any treatment. If ingested in greater amounts administer activated charcoal and seek medical assistance. Contact the Poison Information Center if someone has ingested Inocybe -species. Save the mushroom for possible identification afterwards.
Keywords: OFF, insect repellent, hyttysässä
The content of insect repellents varies. Contact the Poison Information Centre to confirm toxicity.
Keywords: Maltofer®, Obsidan®, Retafer®
A couple of tablets can cause severe poisoning in children. Always contact the Poison Information Centre to confirm toxicity!.
Even a gulp of isopropanol may cause intoxication for children. If the child drinks liquids containing isopropanol, contact the Poison Information Centre to confirm toxicity.