Conium maculatum – Related to carrots, parsley, caraway
Conium maculatum – Plant related with carrots, parsley and caraway seeds. Its main weapon is the violent poison of the coniine, which causes the man to suffocate with full consciousness.
- Deadly dose: 0,15 g (contained in 20g of the plant)
- Death: within 2 – 3 days
- Poison: coniine
- Aftermath: strangulation through muscle paralysis
- Where it grows: Europe, Africa and Asia
- Occurrence in Poland: yes
Coniine easily penetrates the skin and respiratory system. However, the biggest danger is an easy mistake with the vegetable. At first, the poison has a stimulating effect and then starts blocking the spinal cord’s commands. In this way, muscle paralysis and strangulation occur.
History of the plant:
In ancient Greece and Rome often used during the execution. It enjoyed great popularity among the poisoners (allegedly, Socrates was executed with its help). In Europe, it appeared in the Middle Ages, and gradually disappeared during the 20th century. In the meadows and along roads, it began to grow massively in the 80’s.
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