General poisoning notes for Baptisia leucantha

Wild false indigo (Baptisia leucantha) is a native perennial herb found in southern Ontario. The plant contains toxic alkaloids that have caused poisoning in cattle (Hansen 1930). This plant is potentially poisonous to humans, but no cases of human poisoning have been reported (Cheeke and Schull 1985).


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