Datura poisoning

Datura poi·son·ing

poisoning resulting from ingestion of plants of the genus Datura; symptoms are parasympatholytic in nature and in severe poisoning include central nervous system depression, circulatory failure, and respiratory depression.
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A 50-year-old Bahraini and a 27-year old Bangladeshi were also treated for severe datura poisoning in separate incidents and all three have since been discharged, said the doctor.