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Physostigmine Eserine Neostigmine Pilocaipine Pilocarpus genus poison action
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DIZZINESS, weakness, vomiting, cramping pain, bradycardia, possibly seizures, agitation Atropine sulfate 0.6-1 mg in adults or 0.01 mg kg in children sc or IV, repeated prn Benzodiazepine prn to provide sedation

Resorcinol (resorcin) poison action
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Vomiting, DIZZINESS, tinnitus, chills, tremor, delirium, seizures, respiratory depression, coma, methemoglobinemia Respiratory support, methylene blue for methemoglobinemia

Alcohol, isopropyl Rubbing alcohol poison action
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disease and symproms
DIZZINESS, incoordination, stupor to coma, gastroenteritis, hemorrhagic gastritis, hypotension No retinal injury or acidosis Supportive care, IV glucose, correction of dehydration and electrolyte abnormalities For gastritis, IV H2 blockers or proton pump inhibitors

Nitrites Amyl nitrite Butyl nitrite Nitroglycerin Potassium nitrite Sodium nitrite poison action
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Methemoglobinemia, cyanosis, anoxia, GI disturbance, vomiting, headache, DIZZINESS, hypotension, respiratory failure, coma o2 For methemoglobinemia, 1% methylene blue 1-2 mg kg slowly IV


Benzene Benzol Hydrocarbons Model airplane glue Toluene Toluol Xylene poison action
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disease and symproms
DIZZINESS, weakness, headache, euphoria, nausea, vomiting, ventricular arrhythmia, paralysis, seizures With chronic poisoning, aplastic anemia, hypokalemia, leukemia, CNS depression Decontamination with water, avoiding vomiting and aspiration; 02; respiratory support; ECG monitoring (ventricular fibrillation can occur early) Diazepam to control seizures For severe anemia, blood transfusions Replacement of K as necessary Epinephrine contraindicated

WATER DROPWORT (Oenanthe crocata L.) X Medical Herb
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Activities (Water Dropwort)- Cardiotoxic (f; PH2); Emmenagogue (f; MAD); Litholytic (f; MAD); Narcotic (f; JLH); Poison (1; USA); Toxic (1; EFS).Indications (Water Dropwort)- Apoplexy (f; MAD); Asthma (f; MAD); Bronchosis (f; MAD); Cancer (f; JLH); Catarrh (f; MAD); Cerebrosis (f; PH2); Convulsion (f; MAD; PH2); Cramp (f; MAD); Delirium (f; MAD); Dermatosis (f; DEM); Enuresis (f; MAD); Epilepsy (f; EFS; FEL); Leprosy (f; MAD); Meningosis (f; MAD); Paralysis (f; MAD); Pertussis (f; MAD); Psoriasis (f; MAD); Stone (f; MAD); Tic (f; MAD); Uremia (f; MAD); Whitlow (f; JLH).Dosages (Water Dropwort)- Don?t take it (JAD).'ContraIndications - Interactions- and Side Effects (Water Dropwort)- Not covered (AHP; KOM). Responsible for many poisonings (PNC). Early symptoms include burning sensations- chills- debility- DIZZINESS- dysphonia- twitching- colonic spasms- unconsciousness- and death (PH2). As little as ?ve drops in a tincture can cause serious headache (FEL). 650 g root can kill a cow and horse- 2 g a guinea pig (HH2).' Medical Herb

REHMANNIA- CHINESE FOXGLOVE (Rehmannia glutinosa (Gaertn.) Steud.) Medical Herb
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Synonym Digitalis glutinosa Gaertn.Activities (Rehmannia)- Adrenal Stimulant (1; MAB); Aldose-Reductase Inhibitor (1; KEB); Antiaging (f; LAF); Antiallergic (1; KEB); Antiarthritic (2; KEB); Antiasthmatic (2; KEB); Anti-bacterial (1; HH2; PH2); Antidiabetic (1; APA); Antihemorrhagic (1; MAB); Antihepatomic (1; LAF); Antiin?ammatory (1; AKT; KEB); Antipyretic (1; KEB); Antisarcomic (1; LAF); Antiseptic (1; HH2; LAF); Antithrombic (2; KEB); Antithromboxane (1; PH2); Antitumor (1; LAF); Bitter (f; KEB); Cardiodepressant (1; FAY); Cardiotonic (1; DAA; FAY); Cyclooxygenase Inhibitor (1; HH2); Diuretic (2; APA; DAA; LAF; PH2); Fungicide (1; LAF); Hemopoietic (2; APA; FAY; KEB; LAF); Hemostat (f; DAA; KEB); Hepatoprotective (1; APA; FAY; MAB; PH2); Hypertensive (1; LAF); Hypoglycemic (1; APA; DAA; FAY); Hypotensive (2; LAF); Immunodepressant (2; HH2 KEB; LAF; PH2); Immunomodulator (1; APA; KEB); Immunostimulant (1; APA; LAF); Laxative (1; DAA); Lipoxygenase Inhibitor (1; HH2); Mutagenic (1; KEB); Nephroprotective (f; MAB); Phagocytotic (1; MAB); Sialagogue (f; FAY); Tranquilizer (2; APA; LAF); Vasoconstrictor (1; DAA; LAF); Vasodilator (1; DAA; LAF).Indications (Rehmannia)- Allergy (1; KEB; PH2); Amenorrhea (f; KEB); Anemia (1; AKT; APA; DAA; FAY; HH2; KEB); Anorexia (1; AKT); Arthrosis (2; APA; FAY; KEB); Asthma (2; KEB); Autoimmune Disease (1; AKT; KEB); Backache (f; FAY); Bacteria (1; HH2; PH2); Bleeding (f; DAA; FAY; HH2; KEB; MAB; PH2); Cancer (1; DAA; LAF); Cardiopathy (1; FAY); Cataract (f; KEB); Chemotherapy (f; AKT); Constipation (1; DAA; MAB; PH2); Cough (f; DAA; FAY); Deafness (f; AKT); Debility (f; HH2); Dermatosis (1; APA; FAY; KEB); Diabetes (1; APA; DAA; FAY; HH2; KEB; PH2); Diphtheria (f; DAA); DIZZINESS (f; DAA; HH2); Dysmenorrhea (f; DAA; FAY; HH2; KEB; PH2); Dysuria (f; DAA); Eczema (2; DAA; LAF; PH2); Enterorrhagia (f; PH2); Epistaxis (f; APA; DAA; HH2; FAY; PH2); Fever (1; AKT; DAA; FAY; HH2; KEB; LAF); Fracture (f; DAA); Fungus (1; FAY; FNF; HH2; LAF); Glossosis (f; MAB); Gray Hair (f; APA; LAF); Gynecopathy (f; DAA); Hematemesis (f; DAA); Hematuria (1; AKT; FAY; KEB); Hemoptysis (f; DAA; HH2); Hepatosis (2; APA; DAA; FAY; HH2; MAB; PH2); High Blood Pressure (2; FAY; LAF); Hot Flash (f; AKT); Hyperglycemia (1; APA; DAA; FAY); Hyperhydrosis (f; PH2); Hyperthyroidism (1; APA; LAF); Hypertonia (f; DAA); Immu-nodepression (1; APA; LAF); Impotence (f; DAA); Incontinence (f; FAY); Infection (1; LAF; PH2); Infertility (f; DAA); In?ammation (1; AKT; FNF; KEB); Insomnia (f; HH2; MAB); Low Blood Pressure (1; LAF); Lumbago (f; DAA; FAY); Measles (f; FAY); Menopause (f; AKT); Metrorrhagia (f; APA; HH2; KEB; PH2); Mycosis (1; FAY; HH2; LAF); Nephrosis (2; AKT; DAA; HH2; MAB); Nervousness (2; APA; LAF); Neurodermatosis (1; LAF); Neurosis (f; DAA); Otosis (f; HH2); Palpitation (f; LAF); Paralysis (f; PH2); Pemphigus (f; DAA); Periphlebitis (f; DAA); Pollakiuria (f; HH2); Proteinuria (f; AKT); Psoriasis (f; DAA); Rash (f; KEB); Restless-ness (f; APA); Retinosis (f; DAA); Rheumatism (2; FAY; HH2; MAB; PH2); Sore (f; DAA); Sore Throat (f; FAY); Spermatorrhea (f; DAA; LAF); Stomatosis (f; DAA); Tabes dorsalis (1; DAA); Thirst (f; AKT); Thrombosis (2; APA; KEB; MAB); Tinnitus (f; DAA; FAY; KEB); Tonsillosis (f; DAA); Tuberculosis (f; DAA); Tumor (1; LAF); Urticaria (2; KEB); Uterosis (f; FAY); Vertigo (f; APA; FAY); Xerostoma (f; HH2; PH2); Water Retention (2; APA; DAA; LAF; PH2); Weakness (f; KEB); Wound (f; FAY); Yeast (1; FNF; HH2).Dosages (Rehmannia)- 9?30 g powdered root/day (AKT); 2?6 g dry root/day (KEB); 10?30 g dry root/day (MAB); 5 g root chewed 1?3 ?/day (APA); 5 g root/cup water 1?3 ?/day (APA); 9?15 (-60) g root (FAY); 9?15 g root/day (PH2); 9?30 g root (HH2); 15 g root/500 ml red wine (APA); 4?12 ml ?uid root extract (1:2) (KEB; MAB).'ContraIndications - Interactions- and Side Effects (Rehmannia)- Class 2d. Raw root contrain-dicated with diarrhea and inappetence; cooked root contraindicated in diarrhea and dyspepsia. Side effects include diarrhea- DIZZINESS- colic- lack of energy- and palpitations (AHP; AKT). ?Health hazards not known with proper therapeutic Dosages ? (PH2).' Medical Herb

BANEBERRY (Actaea spicata L.) X Medical Herb
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Synonym - A. spicata var. nigra L.Activities (Baneberry)- Antibacterial (1; PH2); Antiin?ammatory (1; PH2); Antispasmodic (f; WO2); Cytotoxic (f; WO2); Deliriant (1; HHB); Emetic (f; PH2; WO2); Expectorant (f; WO2); Laxative (f; PH2); Neurosedative (f; SKJ); Parasiticide (1; WO2); Poison (1; WO2); Stomachic (f; WO2).'Indications (Baneberry)- Arthrosis (f; PH2); Asthma (f; WO2); Bacteria (1; PH2); Cancer (f; DAA; JLH); Cancer- thigh (f; JLH); Childbirth (f; WO2); Chorea (f; WO2); Cramp (f; WO2); Dermatosis (f; WO2); Headache (f; WO2); Infection (1; PH2); In?ammation (1; PH2); Lumbago (f; WO2); Neuralgia (f; WO2); Ovary (f; WO2); Parasite (1; WO2); Rheumatism (f; PH2); Scrofula (f; WO2); Uterosis (f; WO2).'Dosages (Baneberry)- I discourage its use by anyone except skilled herbal practitioners.'ContraIndications - Interactions- and Side Effects (Baneberry)- Not covered (AHP; KOM). ?Hazards and/or side effects not known for proper therapeutic Dosages ? (PH2) (but PH2 designates no speci?c quanti?ed dosage! JAD). Poisonous- possibly fatal (WO2)- inter-nally causing colic- delirium- DIZZINESS- dyspnea- enteritis- gastritis- nausea- and vomiting (HHB; WO2).' Medical Herb

PREMORSE- DEVIL?S BIT (Succisa pratensis Moench) Medical Herb
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Synonym Scabiosa succisa L.Activities (Premorse)- Antipyretic (f; PH2); Astringent (f; EFS); Demulcent (f; EFS); Depurative (f; EFS); Diaphoretic (f; PH2); Diuretic (f; EFS); Expectorant (f; HHB; PH2); Parasiticide (f; HHB); Vermifuge (f; HHB); Vulnerary (f; MAD).'Indications (Premorse)- Bite (f; MAD); Bruise (f; MAD); Cancer (f; JLH); Cancer- neck (f; JLH); Cancer- throat (f; JLH); Catarrh (f; MAD); Cold (f; PH2); Cough (f; PH2); DIZZINESS (f; MAD); Eczema (f; MAD); Erysipelas (f; MAD); Fever (f; PH2); Gastrosis (f; MAD); Hepatosis (f; MAD); Hysteria (f; MAD); Leukorrhea (f; MAD); Mucososis (f; HHB); Parasite (f; HHB); Pulmonosis (f; MAD); Scabies (f; MAD); Sore (f; MAD); Sore Throat (f; JLH); Stomatosis (f; MAD); Swelling (f; MAD); Toothache (f; MAD); Uterosis (f; MAD); Vertigo (f; MAD); Worm (f; HHB); Wound (f; MAD).'Dosages (Premorse)- Food farmacy; tea substitute (HHB); young leaves eaten as depurative (MAD); 1 tsp tincture several ?/day (MAD).'ContraIndications - Interactions- and Side Effects (Premorse)- Not covered (AHP).?Hazards and/or side effects not known for proper therapeutic Dosages ? (PH2) (but PH2 designates no speci?c quanti?ed dosage! JAD).' Medical Herb

AMERICAN PENNYROYAL (Hedeoma pulegioides (L.) Pers.) (down from CRC) Medical Herb
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Synonym - Melissa pulegioides L.Activities (American Pennyroyal)- Abortifacient (f; CRC); Allergenic (f; CRC); Analgesic (1; CRC; DEM; FNF); Anesthetic (1; FNF); Antiin?ammatory (1; FNF); Antipyretic (f; APA); Anti-septic (1; FNF); Antispasmodic (1; CRC; FNF); Antitussive (f; CRC); Carminative (1; APA; CRC); Decongestant (f; APA); Dermatitigenic (f; FAD); Diaphoretic (f; APA; CRC; FAD); Digestive (f; APA); Diuretic (f; CRC); Emmenagogue (f; APA; CRC; FAD); Expectorant (f; APA; DEM; FAD); Hepatotoxic (f; PHR); Insecticide (1; CRC); Insectifuge (2; APA; CRC; DEM); Myorelaxant (1; CRC; FNF); Nervine (f; CRC); Sedative (1; FNF); Stimulant (f; APA; CRC).Indications (American Pennyroyal)- Allergy (1; FNF); Amenorrhea (f; CRC); Bronchosis (1; FNF); Burn (f; CRC); Cold (1; APA; CRC; FAD; FNF); Colic (1; APA; CRC); Conjunctivosis (f; CRC); Cough (1; APA; DEM; FAD; FNF); Cramp (1; CRC; FNF); Dermatosis (f; APA); Dysentery (f; DEM); Dysmenorrhea (f; APA; CRC; DEM); Dyspepsia (f; APA; DEM); Eczema (f; APA); Enterosis (f; CRC); Fever (1; CRC; FAD; FNF); Flu (1; APA; FNF); Flux (f; DEM); Gastrosis (f; CRC; DEM); Gout (f; CEB); Headache (f; APA; CRC; FAD); Hepatosis (f; CRC; FAD); In?am-mation (1;APA; FNF); Itch (f; CRC); Leukorrhea (f; CRC); Myosis (1; FNF); Nephrosis (f; DEM; FAD); Ophthalmia (f; CRC); Pain (1; CRC; FNF); Pertussis (f; DEM); Pharyngosis (1; FNF); Pneumonia (f; CRC); Rheumatism (1; CRC); Spasm (1; CRC; FNF); VD (f; CRC); Virus (1; FNF); Wound (f; APA).Dosages (American Pennyroyal)- Should not be taken (APA).'ContraIndications - Interactions- and Side Effects (American Pennyroyal)- Class 2b. Emme-nagogue and uterotonic (AHP). In Canada- only allowed in food or beverage if pulegone-free (AHP). Used as an emmenagogue and abortifacient. Pennyroyal oil is toxic and potentially fatal if ingested. Symptoms include abdominal cramps- abdominal pain- nausea- vomiting- rash- DIZZINESS- and alternating lethargy and agitation- leading to kidney failure- massive hepatic necrosis- and disseminated intravascular coagulation. Serious toxicity with the tea has not been reported. CNS symptoms from ingesting pennyroyal-containing preparations include lethargy- agitation- DIZZINESS- sometimes leading to seizures and auditory and visual hallucinations. GI effects include nausea- vomiting- burning in the throat- abdominal pain- and diarrhea (AEH1).'AMERICAN SOLOMON?S-SEAL (Polygonatum bi?orum (Walter) Elliot) Activities (American Solomon?s-Seal)- Analgesic (f; DEM); Antiin?ammatory (f; FAD); Anti-pyretic (f; CEB); Aphrodisiac (f; CEB); Astringent (f; CEB; FAD); Depurative (f; CEB); Emetic (f; CEB); Laxative (f; CEB; DEM); Sedative (f; DEM); Tonic (f; DEM); Vulnerary (f; CEB).Indications (American Solomon?s-Seal)- Arthrosis (f; FAD); Boil (f; DEM); Bruise (f; DEM; FAD); Cancer (f; KAB); Carbuncle (f; DEM; FAD); Coma (f; DEM); Conjunctivosis (f; CEB); Cough (f; DEM); Debility (f; DEM; FAD); Dermatosis (f; DEM); Dysentery (f; DEM); Dysmen-orrhea (f; DEM; FAD); Dyspepsia (f; FAD); Enterosis (f; CEB); Erysipelas (f; CEB); Fever (f; CEB); Gastrosis (f; DEM); Headache (f; CEB; DEM); Hemorrhoid (f; FAD); In?ammation (f; FAD); Insomnia (f; DEM); Leukorrhea (f; DEM); Mastosis (f; CEB); Measles (f; DEM); Nervous-ness (f; DEM); Ophthalmia (f; CEB); Pain (f; CEB; DEM); Poison Ivy (f; CEB); Pulmonosis (f; DEM); Rheumatism (f; FAD); Sore (f; DEM; FAD); Wound (f; DEM; FAD).'Dosages (American Solomon?s-Seal)- Food farmacy- as the plant is eaten.''ContraIndications - Interactions- and Side Effects (American Solomon?s-Seal)- Class 1 (AHP). Not covered (KOM; PH2). None reported.' Medical Herb

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