Mad Honey Sex: Therapeutic Misadventures From an Ancient Biological Weapon

Demircan A., Keles A., Bildik F., Aygencel G., Dogan N. Ö., Gomez H. F.

ANNALS OF EMERGENCY MEDICINE, vol.54, no.6, pp.824-829, 2009 (SCI-Expanded) identifier identifier identifier


Study objective: "Mad honey" poisoning occurs from ingestion of honey produced from grayanotoxin-containing nectar, often in the setting of use as an alternative medicine. This study is designed to assess the clinical effects, demographics, and rationale behind self-induced mad honey poisoning.