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BANGKOK 22 April 2019 17:33
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sweatalot

Is this the dangerous giant hogweed ?

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A threat of a tablespoon of caster oil was a good enough threat to get those pleading illness to make a rapid recovery and make school on time. The mouth wash using soap was dessert when campared to that foul tasting, smelling, rotten, puke producing crap.

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I think that might be a different plant that castor oil comes from! Slapout! ^facepalm.giftongue.png

Here is one I saw today on Samui.

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Coincidently i never heard it called Hogweed - i guess that is the reason we should use the latin names if we know them. The common name I have always known it as was Caster oil plant . Not that important in the grand scheme of things .

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Coincidently i never heard it called Hogweed - i guess that is the reason we should use the latin names if we know them. The common name I have always known it as was Caster oil plant . Not that important in the grand scheme of things .

Castor plant is not hogweed.

The latin name for hogweed is Heracleum mantegazzianum.

It is a different plant, posioness, too causing ekzema and allergies

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