Self-amputation of penis and tongue after use of Angel’s Trumpet

@article{Marneros2006SelfamputationOP,
  title={Self-amputation of penis and tongue after use of Angel’s Trumpet},
  author={A. Marneros and P. Gutmann and F. Uhlmann},
  journal={European Archives of Psychiatry and Clinical Neuroscience},
  year={2006},
  volume={256},
  pages={458-459}
}
This case report draws attention to the dramatic consequences of the consumption of Angel’s Trumpet. Angel’s Trumpet contains alkaloids (especially scopolamine, as well as hyoscyamine, atropine and other alkaloids) in a relatively high concentration. When intoxicated with Angel’s Trumpet, patients can suffer hallucinations, motoric restlessness, overtalkativeness, convulsive sobbing and sexual excitement, as well as aggressive and autoaggressive behaviour. Somatic symptoms are tachycardia… Expand
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