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cancer. Both the fresh and dried products are unsafe.
Cypress spurge can cause nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, burning of the mouth, dilation of the pupils, dizziness, painful bowel movements, stupor, irregular heartbeat, and collapse. Cypress spurge can also cause rash, reddening, itching, burning, and blisters if it is put on the skin. Getting cypress spurge in the eye can cause eyelid and eye swelling and damage.
Do not use cypress spurge if:
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