Giant Hogweed May Cause Burns, Blindness

HealthDay  (7/7) reported, “Experts are urging residents of several states to beware of the ‘giant hogweed,’ a tall plant native to Central Asia with umbrella-size flowers containing toxic sap that can cause burns, blisters and, in some cases, even blindness.” The plant, whose botanical name is Heracleum Mantegazzianum, “is already a concern in the Northeast andContinue reading “Giant Hogweed May Cause Burns, Blindness”