Grayanotoxins Aren’t That Dangerous, But a Sweet Treat For The Writer.

A picture of a pink rhododendron with spots in the middle of each petal
Photo by Yoksel 🌿 Zok on Unsplash

The toxins responsible for the poisonous effects of Rhododendron are grayanotoxins. These toxins are found in the nectar, flowers, leaves, fruit, twigs, and stem.

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Lee-Anne Hancock

Lee-Anne Hancock

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Retired Poison Control Specialist. Now writing murder mysteries and blogging about life, family, and the fun of retirement.