Does Brugmansia make you hallucinate?
The flower that sprouts from the angel’s trumpet (of the genus Brugmansia) is a lovely bell shape perfect for a picturesque garden — but the plant has a dark secret. It’s poisonous. At best, eating the flower will result in terrifying hallucinations, but at worst, it can leave you dead.
Is Brugmansia poisonous to humans?
Symptoms: All parts of the plant are toxic. Symptoms may include intense thirst, difficulty with speech and swallowing, vomiting and diarrhoea, fever, confusion, hallucinations, delirium, dilated pupils, seizures and coma.
Why is Brugmansia poisonous?
Brugmansia, commonly referred to as angel’s trumpet (AT), has been become popular in Korea as an ornamental shrub. However, it is not generally known by the public that this plant contains tropane alkaloids, and that ingestion of AT can lead to anticholinergic poisoning.