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Spathiphyllum contains calcium oxalate, a severe irritant. Some individuals may suffer skin rashes from handling the plant. Ingestion causes burning and swelling of the mouth and throat, as well as nausea and vomiting. In pets, this can progress to kidney failure if left untreated. (Note that Spathiphyllum is not a true lily, and rarely lethal to pets.) See More