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Toxins: “Naturally Occurring Food Toxins.”
CDC Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry: “Public Health Statement for Cyanide.”
Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine: “Chronic Nutmeg Psychosis.”
Journal of Medical Toxicology: “Nutmeg Poisonings: A Retrospective Review of 10 Years Experience from the Illinois Poison Center, 2001–2011.”
Medscape: “Naturally Dangerous: 11 Foods to Fear.”
European Medicines Agency: “Assessment report on Sambucus nigra L., fructus.”
Trends in Biotechnology: “Potato glycoalkaloids: true safety or false sense of security?”
World Health Organization: “Natural Toxins in Food.”
Journal of Forensic Science: “Cyanide and amygdalin as indicators of the presence of bitter almonds in imported raw almonds.”
Western Journal of Medicine: “Cyanide poisoning after bitter almond ingestion.”
National Kidney Foundation: “Why You Should Avoid Eating Starfruit.’
BC Drug and Poison Information Centre: “Cherry Pit.”
StatPearls: “Amatoxin Mushroom Toxicity.”
CDC: “Amanita phalloides Mushroom Poisonings -- Northern California, December 2016.”
BMJ: “Anaphylactic reaction after eating a mango.”
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