Laburnum is a plant. The seed is used to make medicine.

Despite serious safety concerns, people take laburnum to cause vomiting and to empty the bowels.

In manufacturing, laburnum is used as a pesticide.

Be careful not to confuse laburnum and labdanum. They are different plants.

How it works

There isn't enough information to know how laburnum might work.


Not Proven
Causing vomiting
Emptying the bowels
Other conditions



Laburnum is UNSAFE. All parts, including the seeds and berries, are extremely poisonous. Eating as few as 20 seeds or 3-4 unripe berries can kill an adult. If you accidentally take laburnum, get medical attention right away.Symptoms of laburnum poisoning include nausea; dizziness; salivation; mouth, throat, and stomach pain; sweating; headache; vomiting; vomiting with blood; spasms; paralysis; decreased urine excretion; decreased breathing; and death.



Pregnancy and breast-feeding: Laburnum isUNSAFEand can cause death. Don't take it.Dosing considerations for Laburnum.


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