Are Jade Plants Poisonous?


Jade plants are non-toxic to humans. However, Jade plants can be poisonous to both dogs and cats. If they are ingested by your pets seek veterinary care.
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Jade plants are considered essentially non-toxic (safe, not poisonous). Symptoms from eating these plants are unlikely.
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