(White Vitriol; flowers of; chloride of) - E. An astringent taste, sensation of choking, nausea, vomiting, purging, pain and burning in the throat and stomach, difficult breathing, pallor and coldness of the surface,

(pinehed face, cramps of the extremities, but, with the exception of the chloride, seldom death. - A. For the two first give copious draughts of milk, and white of eggs and water, mucilage, and olive oil; for the third, carbonate of soda, and warm water in frequent draughts, with the same as for the other compounds. - T. Relieve urgent symptoms by leeching and fomentations, and after the vomiting give castor-oil. For the chloride use frictious and warmth. (See 2225.)