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Are Hibiscus Plants Poisonous to People?

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According to the University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture, hibiscus plants are considered "toxicity category 4." This means that the plant and its blossoms are considered nontoxic to humans. They are not only nontoxic, they are also considered to have have health benefits. The blossoms are often eaten or steeped to make a tea.

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