Cassia spp

Cassia spp.,

n See senna.
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In the list of plants that can be used in dietary supplements in Belgium, a maximal dose is defined as 18 mg per day for Cassia spp.
Cattle, sheep, goats, horses, pigs, rabbits, and chickens have been shown to be susceptible to poisoning by Cassia spp.
Abdominal pain, straining (tenesmus), and diarrhoea are thought to be due to the irritant effects of anthraquinones in Cassia spp.
Confirmation of the diagnosis should be based on access to and consumption of Cassia spp.
Chickens receiving the contaminated grain lost weight rapidly, exhibited clinical signs typical of intoxication with Cassia spp.