This flowering plant is native to the tropical regions of the world. You can also find it in some subtropical areas, as well. It is regarded as an essential part of many medicines and liquors as well. What's the catch? Well, every part of the elderberry, aside from the flower and berries, is toxic. Even using elderberry juice for a long time may cause diarrhea and vomiting. Many victims who poison them by elderberry don't realize it's the reason for the symptoms. Instead, they carry on and drink the juice like it's nothing. Because of this, they may dehydrate and die.
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