Can You Eat Crown Vetch?

Answer Crown vetch is a perennial legume. It is often used against soil erosion and as a source of forage for livestock. However, humans should not eat crown vetch, as it is toxic to humans and some kinds... Read More »

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How do you get rid of crown vetch?

Crown vetch is part of the pea family of plants and is an invasive species in much of the United States. It is a perennial of European origin and although it provides control of erosion, it grows a... Read More »

Is Crown Vetch Toxic?

Crown vetch (Coronilla varia) is a 2- to 3-foot-tall perennial plant that grows best in partial to full sun and moist soil. Crown vetch is toxic because of the cardiac alkaloid Coronillin. Most ani... Read More »

Is a gold crown better than a regular crown?

I am a licensed dentist specializing in gold dentistry with over 20 years experience, and have been teaching dental students at two Philadelphia universities for much of my career. I would also lik... Read More »

If you have a crown that is showing gray at the gum receding line is there any way to hide the gray without getting a new crown?

Answer You could try asking the dentist about "bonding". I needed a crown, but my dentist chose not to crown it, but to build up the tooth. They matched it great and it's not that expensive.