sushi syncope

sushi syncope

A transient condition caused by ingesting a bolus of wasabi, a root similar to horseradish (active ingredient: isothiocyanate), which is used to flavour sushi.
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sushi syncope

A transient condition caused by ingesting a bolus of wasabi, a 'hot' mustard–active ingredient: isothiocyanate used to flavor sushi. See Horseradish, Seder syncope, Spicy food, Sushi; Cf Hot peppers.
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