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English ivy
English ivy
Hedera helix
Summarization
Moderate Toxic to Humans
Human
Toxic to Pets
Pets
Fruits
Leaves
Roots
Sap/Juice
Flowers
Seeds
Stems
Bark
Toxic parts
Swallowed
Effect methods
Is English Ivy toxic to human?
English ivy has medium-level toxicity from either ingestion or physical contact. All parts of the plant have toxic properties. Contact with the sap from the leaves or stem can cause inflammation of the skin, redness, itchiness, and blisters. Consuming the berries of this plant will cause a burning sensation in the throat. Consuming the leaves could result in symptoms such as delirium, hallucinations, fever, convulsions, rashes, vomiting, diarrhea, stomach pain, and excessive salivation. Further, the english ivy contains allergens some people may be sensitive to. Poisoning from this plant is most likely to occur from accidental contact since it is both commonly-cultivated and an invasive weed in North America.
Is English Ivy toxic to dog?
English ivy is moderately to severely toxic to dogs; ingestion of large amounts may cause a medical emergency. A rash can develop if a few leaves are eaten, and ingesting a very large amount can lead to coma or paralysis. The toxin, triterpenoid saponin, is found throughout the plant but is concentrated most heavily in the leaves. Even skin contact with the sap from this plant can cause rash and irritation. This species is extremely common landscaping and inside homes, so be vigilant.
Is English Ivy toxic to cat?
English ivy (Hedera helix) is moderately toxic to cats due to its inner compounds of triterpenoid saponins, which, if consumed, result in vomiting, abdominal pains, and diarrhea. While both berries and leaves contain these toxins, the leaves are the more poisonous of the two. Please contact a veterinarian if the foliage is ingested.
How to identify English Ivy
* The judgment on toxicity and danger is for reference only. We DO NOT GUARANTEE any accuracy of such judgment. Therefore, you SHALL NOT rely on such judgment. It is IMPORTANT TO SEEK PROFESSIONAL ADVICE in advance when necessary.
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