Firestick Plant

July 22, 2010 by staff 

Firestick PlantFirestick Plant: On Thursday, Rick Warren, bestselling author and pastor of Saddleback Church, issued an alarming signal to feed Twitter.

Warren, who founded the Evangelical Church of Southern California mega-church for 30 years, has more than 118 000 Twitter followers, which might be a bit problematic when on 21 words, the pastor talked about how, blinded by Monday, after some accident with toxic poison, and he said, was taken to hospital.
Later it was learned that Warren accidentally destroyed wooden juice factory fire in their eyes when in the garden.
For, Aveloz juice, known firestick plant may cause skin irritation and temporary blindness. But there are many other plants, which can lead to blindness. Here are some others, should be avoided:

Blinding Tree: aptly named a tropical plant, a highly poisonous sap, which can lead to vision loss.

Sandbox Tree: It is grown in tropical climates, where the sap comes into contact with the eye, can damage the cornea.

Giant Hogweed: Distributed in North America, the juice of this herb can cause serious burns, blisters and blindness.

However, nature has nothing in man in terms of production of toxic chemicals that can lead to blindness. Here are some commonly used household, which can, if ingested or comes into contact with the eyes of man, lead to loss of vision.

* Drain cleaners: products for cleaning polluted runoff often contains alkali and sulfuric acid. Ingestion of these can make you blind.

Cleaner Liquid: Methanol is the culprit that can lead to blindness in the windshield washer fluid.

Auto-icing fluid: methyl alcohol contained in de-icing fluids can lead to blindness or death if ingested.

Antifreeze: ethylene glycol as antifreeze can cause many problems if ingested, including blindness.

Car Batteries: sulfuric acid vapor can cause blindness.

In addition, isopropyl alcohol intake, which is found in many household products can make you blind.

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