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diarrhea, nausea, increased urination, skin reactions, stomach and intestine irritation, swelling of the mouth, tongue and throat, with difficulty in speaking and suffocation, eye damage, and kidney damage. Taking wood sorrel by mouth can lead to crystals forming in the blood and depositing in the kidneys, blood vessels, heart, lungs, and liver.
Wood sorrel can decrease the absorption of the minerals calcium, iron, and zinc.
Do not give wood sorrel to children.
Do not use wood sorrel if:
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