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dizziness, headache, spasms, fever, visual changes, low blood pressure, and kidney problems.
Podophyllum seems safe for most people when applied in low concentrations to small areas with protection of bordering skin, and washed off within four to six hours. Contact with skin should not exceed six hours. Podophyllum is UNSAFE when used in higher concentrations or over large areas of the body. It is absorbed through the skin and can cause the same serious adverse effects as taking podophyllum by mouth.
Do not use podophyllum if:
APPLIED TO THE SKIN:
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