vomiting agent

vom·it·ing agent

(vom'it-ing ā'jĕnt)
A riot-control agent that, in addition to irritating the eyes and the upper respiratory tract, induces vomiting.
See also: Adamsite
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Just as the final group leaves, the building is saturated with a vomiting agent in vapor form for quick dispersal but maximum short-term effect.
Using contraceptive devices, they separate the unitive end (two persons giving themselves to the other without reservation) of the sexual act from its procreative end, the same way decadent Rome, through the use of vomiting agents, separated the biological and pleasurable ends of eating.