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Flowers You Shouldn‘t Eat

1. AVOIDING DANGEROUS FLOWERS IN YOUR MEAL
Being unaware of the dangerous types of flowers may lead to the unwise consumption of some of them and then a lot of painful problems may occur. The trick to protect yourself from the unfortuantes situation of getting poisoned with toxic flowers in your meal is to be vigilant with such extravagancies and to be well informed about the dangerous types of flowers. It is a lot easier to memorise the flowers that are safe to eat becasue their number is significantly lower. This article will inform you of the dangerous types of flowers and the ways in which they can be further used or handled regardless of the risks they might cause.  This information is useful for you even if there is one very simple way of protecting yourself from dangerous flowers and that is consuming the meals made by professionals only.

2. TOXIC FLOWERS YOU MUST NEVER EAT
The list of flowers that you must never consume because of their levels of toxic ingredients include Aconitum (Monkshood), Delphinium, Ornithogalum, Agapanthus, Foxglove (Digitalis), Poppy, Achillea (Yarrow), Eucalyptus, Pieris, Alstroemeria, Euphorbia, Queen Anne’s Lace, Anemone, Gloriosa, Ranunculus, Anthurium, Grevillea, Rhododendron, Arum Lily, Ivy, Sedum, Asclepias, Helleborus, Tagetes (marigold), Asparagus Fern, Hemerocallis (Daylily), Tulip, Azalea, Hippeastrum, Begonia (except Tiberous Begonia), Calla, Hyacinth, Crocus, Hydrangea, Lily of the Valley, Iris (all forms), Cyclamen, Larksupr, Daphne, Narcissus, Lupin, Dahlia.

4. PROTECTING YOURSELF FROM DANGEROUS FLOWERS
There is a special list with edible flowers in every country which accurately examines the edible and inedible flowers. In New Zealand and Australia there is even a specially formed protocol that every professional cook and restaurant must follow. Such schemes are created in order to ensure the total safety clients who admire extravagant food adorned with flowers. If you swallow a toxic flower, the bacteria inside can cause you quite a lot of pain and difficult to suffer through illnesses. In more developed countries there are special agencies that thoroughly check the recipies of such risky meals to make sure that there will be no accidents. This is the reason why food containing flowers is so safe. If you want to have a meal with flowers inside go to a restaurant. In all likelihood it will be just a little more expensive and much more faster for you than buying the flowers, growing and cooking them all by yourself.

5. RULES TO FOLLOW WHEN DEALING WITH MEALS CONTAINING FLOWERS
If you follow the following brief regulations and guidelines you will never have to suffer the trouble of getting poisoned by a flower in your food.
-When you grow flowers and you support them with special ingredients always use the right products to do so. For instance, if you choose to use a fertilizer, always use a liquid one and one that is suitable for the condition of your flowers because otherwise the wrong fertilizer can make the flower toxic for you. Also, when you use a fertilizer, you have to make sure that you apply it carefully and not randomly splash it.  
-if the flower you are intending to eat is damaged do not use chemicals in order to fix them. The truth is you should eat previously damaged flower at all.
-Remember-every time before you put a flower in your meal to eat it, wash it thoroughly with water.
-Finally, make sure you take out the pollen as well as the anthers-they harm the good taste, and the flowers look better.

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