Frog poison ritual affecting vulnerable people: coroner

By Maeve Bannister
Updated February 23 2024 - 6:15pm, first published 6:08pm
Findings from a Lismore inquest have been released on a death involving kambo frog toxin. (Jason O'BRIEN/AAP PHOTOS)
Findings from a Lismore inquest have been released on a death involving kambo frog toxin. (Jason O'BRIEN/AAP PHOTOS)

Vulnerable people are being drawn into "healing" rituals involving frog poison administered by people claiming to be health practitioners but lack basic first aid knowledge in an emergency, a coroner has found.

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