because of coronakrisen have many danes have chosen to holiday in Denmark this year and enjoy the Danish nature.
Are you one of them, you must pay special attention to the yellow parsnip, if you are staying in nature, sounds the warning from the Nature agency.
Although the high plant has a nice exterior with large yellow flowers, one should not try to pick out a nice bouquet for the dining table. The juice is extremely toxic.
'do you Get the juice on himself, triggering the sunlight a violent allergic reaction that looks like a scald with boiling water', writes the Danish Nature agency.
the Plant's poison is activated by the sun's rays, and it is, therefore, particularly when the sun is shining, that one should be aware.
The yellow parsnip, who is in the family with bjørnekloen, is in season right now, and can be found in most ditches and skovkanter, as well as along the roads and paths.
One should not be afraid in order to confuse the plant with the other, since there are no other plants similar to it, explains Nature.
If the danger still is out, it is important to rinse the skin thoroughly with water and avoid to be out in the sun for up to a week after.