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Warning: Xanthium strumarium L. contains a poisonous glycoside known as carboxyatractyloside. Clinical symptoms of Xanthium strumarium L. poisoning include hyper excitability, blindness, tense musculature, spastic gaits with heads held high and ears upright, ascite and a firm, pale liver. Histopatho-logical observations show mottled hemorrhagical pattern on cut surface of liver, marked centro lobular degeneration and necrosis (Witte ST et al., 1990).

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