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Are tamarind seeds poisonous?

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Normally, tamarind seeds are not poisonous. However, tamarind seeds can turn fatal if they are cooked or stored in unhygienic conditions. Tamarind seeds are also known to cause Weaver’s Cough or a sense of constriction of the chest if consumed in the powdered form. Furthermore, tamarind seeds pose a negative impact on lungs and can cause respiratory issues if taken in excess quantity.

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I gulped tamarind seeds yesterday, so does it affect on my body???

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No it will not affect you anymore, drink excess water to remove it through stool

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