Are laurel leaves poisonous?


Laurel leaves can be very poisonous. They are poisonous to both humans and livestock and if ingested and can cause nausea, stomach pains, vomiting, and watering of both the eyes and nose.
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1. Shred the tough, leather-like leaves by putting them on a tarp and running over them several times with a lawnmower. This helps them decompose much faster. 2. Lay down enough brown
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