Author: Jan Scholten
665.71.08 Datura ferox
English: Chinese datura; Long-spined thorn-apple.
Mania, raving madness, completely out of her mind, < disturbed, sprang up raving and uttered unintelligible words.
Dance in the Japanese, Favanese fashion, < songs.
Delirium, < being aroused, awakened.
Motions peculiar, as if hands pick up something from the ground, moving away from an imaginary thing in the air.
Escape < held, shouted loudly, strike and kick when caught, lay on the ground curled up, with legs drawn up on abdomen and chest bent forward, groaned incessantly.
Speech peculiar, hoarse, feeble, hesitating; incoherent talk; answers rational, shortly, quickly, changing subjects, stops suddenly.
Physical: < touched.
Sleep: dizzy, sleepy, slept with eyes open.
General: rapid loss of muscles.
Nervous: tetanic spasms, usually in the legs.
Eyes: pupil dilated, or contracted; insensible to light, to touch; conjunctivae clear, pale bluish, bloodshot; vision could not be fixed on any object; lids closed.
Ears: otitis media.
Mouth: dry, lips, mouth; sour smell.
Throat: dry; difficulty in swallowing; hoarse.
Lungs: stertorous breathing.
Heart: pulse weak, imperceptible, slow and full; cold perspiration over whole body, death.
Stomach: loaded; vomiting.
Abdomen: loaded; enteritis, fever.
Rectum: constipation; diarrhoea, stool mucous, bloody.