Thursday, 10 May 2012

Daffodil

It's a daffodil.
What else can be said?

Well....
One of the most common dermatitis problems for florists, "daffodil itch" involves dryness, fissures, scaling, and erythema in the hands, often accompanied by subungual hyperkeratosis (thickening of the skin beneath the nails). It is blamed on exposure to calcium oxalate in the sap.


Bonus - GloZell tries The Cinnamon Challenge

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