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liver damage and cancer. Regular use of hound's tongue can cause a liver disorder known as veno-occlusive disease. Symptoms of veno-occlusive disease include a painful, swollen belly and decreased urine production.
Hound's tongue isn't safe for anyone to use. Some people may be extra-sensitive to the toxic effects and should be particularly careful to avoid use.
Do not use hound's tongue if:
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