Mad honey poisoning: a rare case report of seven cases.


The cause of mad honey poisoning is the toxin grayanotoxin, found in honey obtained from the nectar of Rhododendron species on the higher altitudes. This case report is about seven cases of grayanotoxin poisoning that occurred after consumption of wild honey that was brought from the Himalayan belt of Nepal. Most of them presented with symptoms of blurring… (More)