Solanum rostratum, Mala Mujer
A creeping perennial vine, leaves are lobed and dark green. Flowers are yellow with five projecting lobes and five anthers. Plant is covered in sharp spines which sting on contact.
High due to extreme toxicity.
Stems, leaves and unripe berries
Dumbness, dilation of pupils, stomach pain, lack of appetite, lack of coordination, diarrhea, weakness, difficulty breathing, hemorrhagic gastroenteritis, drooling, unconsciousness, death.
Contains a glycoalkaloid called solanine which irritate the digestive tract, and the central nervous system. Can be fatal.
*It should be noted that we are not veterinarians. This information is written specifically for horses and should be used for reference purposes only. If you think your horse has eaten something toxic call your vet right away.