Hamsters can eat poppy seeds, but not a lot.
Yes. Many birds just eat seeds.
No. If you eat a lot of poppy seeds it can effect a cocaine test.
Nothing that you would want. Poppy seeds themselves are inert, and contain no opium alkaloids.
Any really... Poppy seeds sunflower seeds sesame seeds caraway seeds....
Poppy seeds of most poppy plants are harmless and edible. However, there are some species that can be poisonous, and other parts of all poppies can be toxic. In short, eat seeds from bagels, not from flowers.
If you eat a lot of poppy seeds you can have a positive test for opiates in general, not for heroin specifically.
Cardamom seeds are not similar to poppy seeds.
A horse could eat a tiny bit of lemon cake, but not poppy seeds. If a horse ingests Poppy seeds call and equine veterinarian immediately.
Don't eat too much, but its find
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2365 seeds in a Poppy
poppy seeds travel by wind
Poppy Seeds was created in 1971.
While poppy seeds do contain a small amount of opiate, it is not enough to have any significant medical effects, unless you have a poppy allergy (and people can develop allergies to nearly anything). Normally, it is quite safe to eat poppy seeds.
NO- the only poppy seed that is edible is the Opium Poppy (papaver somniferum) - all other poppy seeds are toxic.
just tried it. nothing really happened
Poppy seeds are not necessarily bad for you. Poppy seeds will read as an illegal substance on a drug screening though.
poppy seeds are called kasa kasa.....
Ye, Sesame seeds are mucilagenous but poppy seeds are not mucilagenous
I ate a poppy seed muffin and then got called in to work for a random drug test. I told the nurse I ate a poppy seed muffin, she said I would have to eat cup of poppy seeds. So basically the answer is no.
poppy seeds come from our state flower the golden poppies
Poppy seeds in Hindi are called Khasakhasa.
Sesame seeds? You're thinking of poppy seeds, not sesame seeds. Poppy seeds come from opium poppies and they have very, very small amounts of opium in them. If the test you're taking is turned down low enough to detect poppy seeds--and the current federal screening cutoff for opiates is high enough not to detect poppy seeds--they stay in your system three days. Sesame seeds don't have drugs in them. You can eat them by the pound if you like.