Vegetable poisons

 Vegetable Irritating Poisons

(Mezsreon; monk's-hood; bitter apple; gamboge; white hellebore, &c.)

E Acrid, biting, bitter taste, choking sensation, dryness of the throat, retching, vomiting, purging, pains in the stomach and bowels, breathing difficult, and death.
T Give emetics of camomile, mustard, or sulphate of zinc; large draughts of warm milk, or other bland fluids; foment and leech the belly if necessary, and give strong infusion  of coffee.

Take Care of Pence, Pounds will Take Care of Themselves.