- Figuratively speaking
- 10 - the amount of money in yuan ($1.54) for a seed of Abrus precatorius from online stores. Recently, there is an online rumor going around that Abrus precatorius can not only be decorative but also cure skin problems and improve one's looks.
- Pretty but deadly: Chinese customs officers stop traveller returning from
- Jequirity beans, or Rosary peas (Abrus precatorius) are native to Hong Kong. Photo: SCMP PicturesThere have been reports on the mainland on people being poisoned, often fatally, by eating the beans or wearing bracelets or necklaces made from them.
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