Brugmansia suaveolens, formerly called Datura suaveolens, goes by several nicknames, including Sacred Datura, Hindu Datura, Indian Apple and Thorn Apple. Angel's Trumpet occurs naturally in southeast Brazil, but it is widely grown as an ornamental plant that has been established throughout much of South and Central America, Mexico, and parts of south-central Florida. The plant is noted as having a sweet fragrant, but having an unpleasant taste and is usually consumed in tea for its alleged medicinal benefits or hallucinogenic effects. Symptoms include hallucinations, dry mouth, muscle weakness, increased blood pressure and pulse, fever, dilated pupils, and paralysis. The only saving grace from this plant is that one must consume massive quantities to cause death.