Not only are parsnip shoots and leaves toxic to the touch, but affected areas of your skin can remain visibly affected for up to 2 years after contact en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Par…
The parsnip was used as a sweetener in Europe before the arrival of cane and beet sugars. canr.msu.edu/news/parsnip…
While parsnips roots are edible, the sap in the greens is poisonous and will give you chemical burns that can cause discoloration lasting up to two years. en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/P…
Parsnip Leaves Can Cause Chemical Burns en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Par…
You can get a burn from a Parsnip plant... (Veggies can be scary) dnr.wi.gov/wnrmag/html/st…
Lime juice on skin, when exposed to sunlight, can cause a poison ivy type rash called phytophotodermatitis. It is common for bartenders making margaritas but can also be a problem for basic skincare products like deodorants and lotions that use real lime. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phy…
There is a plant that came from Asia, has spread to North America and Europe that can cause 3rd degree burns on the skin when touched! It can also cause permanent blindness. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Her…
Carrots, Celery, and Parsley despite being wildly different vegetables (we eat the roots, stems, and leaves, respectively) are all part of the same family. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Api…

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