The most pronounced, remote effect of this terrible poison is the epilepsy which attacks those poisoned by its prolonged use. The convulsions are characterized by the large number and rapid succession; they are usually ushered in by screaming, and are followed by loss of mind and finally by idiocy.
Convulsions (as above). Anaesthesia and general paralysis. Tremblings.
Delirium. Hallucinations, often frightful. Loquacity. Sudden stupor. Loss of memory. Idiocy. Kleptomania.
Confusion. Constriction, through the temples. Vertigo on rising; tendency to fall backward.
Injected. Whites become yellow. Pupils unequal. Lids droop.
Loathing of food. Nausea or vomiting of bitter mucus. Liver larger. Bowels inactive.
Deep orange colored, offensive, even albuminous.
Irregular, tremulous, action violent, felt through the chest.