Barfoline sulfate suspension

(Nauseax). 1 g/5 ml p.r.n. as indicated. Take upon arrival in class.

Effects: induces nausea, heartburn, upper abdominal pain, a sense of fullness and a feeling of abdominal distension. Having ingested barfoline infusion, student eating or drinking will experience sensation of smothering, palpitation, dyspnea, cardiac pain, even fear of impending death. Effective with hunger and thirst.

Side effects: may exacerbate flatulence, eructation, vomiting, or rolling around in the aisles in agony. In extreme cases intensified hysterical aerophagia may induce repeated staccato-like eructations that can be interrupted only by constant suction with a Wangensteen (vide orgasmopressin).

Contraindicated: in windowless rooms.

Typical abuse: anorexics and bulemics.

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Copyright 1992 Doug Robinson and Bill Kaul