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Poisoning can occur with doses greater than 30 grams of scotch broom. Symptoms of poisoning include dizziness, headache, heartbeat changes, leg weakness, sweating, sleepiness, and widening of the pupils.
There isn't enough information to know if scotch broom is safe when applied to the skin.
Do not take scotch broom if:
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