Author: Jan Scholten
644.72.17 Corynocarpus laevigatus
English: New Zealand laurel.
Maori: Karaka; Kopi.
Content: nitropropanoyl glycosides.
Nervous: convulsions, violent spasms, arms and legs stretched violently, rapidly, rigidity, flushes of heat, eyes and tongue protrude, gnashing of jaws; paralysis; anaesthesia for heat.
Mouth: tongue protruding.
Limbs: contorted, from convulsions, spasms; permanent rigid distortion; one leg was curved up behind his loins, the other bent up with the foot outwards; one arm inclined behind his shoulder, the other slightly bent and extended forward and all, muscles inflexibly rigid; joints hyper-flexible.