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The poison you’ve definitely heard about in popular culture, even if you didn’t realize it at the time. Strychnine is never subtle, and never confused with anything else. Strychnine induces muscular spasms, and for a short period of time in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, it was prescribed in pill form to help induce muscle contractions. Nowadays, it’s used as rat poison, and has been mentioned in so many pop culture ways as a weapon of choice for a slick murderer: three Agatha Christie stories; the second-ever Sherlock Holmes book; a Stephen King book; an HG Wells book; a Wes Anderson film; a Hitchcock film; and multiple popular TV shows, including the death of the horrible teenage boy king on that one about thrones, just to name a few. Remember that scene? Terrible way to go, really.
Scent Notes: Sugary grapefruit with a metallic, peppery undertone.
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