githagism

gith·a·gism

(gith'ă-jizm),
A disease similar to lathyrism, believed to be due to poisoning by seeds of the corn cockle, Agrostemma githago. Affecting humans, goats, cattle, and poultry, githagi is the active toxin.
[L. gith, a plant, Roman coriander, + ago, to drive]