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you are INCORRECT in saying that bittersweet is as poisonous as the commonly confused Atropa Belladonna. Many of us look to webmd for CORRECT information and here your information is wrong. you can be a physician but you are lacking information that we common gardeners know. We eat this berry all summer long.

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Age: 55-64 | On supplement for less than 1 month |
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I ate 1 green berry and nothing adverse happened. The internet is filled with situations in which warnings about this plant are being conflated with what is known for belladonna. The nightshade that has belladonna is distinctly different. Nonetheless. The plant solanum dulcamara has chemicals in it with a very small tolerance range. It’s effects will be likely to more extreme in children and it may interact with other things. Information is lacking for guaranteeing its safety.

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you are INCORRECT in saying that bittersweet is as poisonous as the commonly confused Atropa Belladonna. Many of us look to webmd for CORRECT information and here your information is wrong. you can be a physician but you are lacking information that we common gardeners know. We eat this berry all summer long.

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