But in case your children ate or drink something which you think is poisonous here's what to do according to Seattle Children:
- Call 911 right away if your child has a seizure, passes out or has trouble breathing.
- Most poisoning can be handled over the phone, unless it's life threatening. Call the Poison Control Center at 1-800-222-1222
- Explain to them what your child ate, drank, touched or smelled.
- Listen to what they say and do what they say.
- Be prepared to bring your child to the hospital.
- Bring the bottle or container from which your child ate or drank, even if it is empty.
- If your child threw up, bring your child's vomit.
- Do not make your child throw up unless you are told to do so by the Poison Center or your doctor.