Definition of Poison
Poison is a substance that once it comes into contact with the human or animal organism will cause tremendous ailments and conditions, and can even lead to death , if faced with a fatal poisonous composition.
Toxic substance that once inside the animal or human organism can cause serious conditions, including death
Meanwhile, the mentioned substance can occur either in a solid, liquid, or gaseous state, and as we noted, once it enters the body in question it affects it by altering the normal functioning of some of the most important systems such as the digestive, the nervous, or the reproductive, by the toxicity present in its composition.
Now, poison can inhibit or trigger a chemical reaction .
Although a good part of the substances ingested or supplied in very high doses are capable of causing poisoning, in the case of poison the issue is even stronger and stronger since only minimal doses are needed to trigger serious conditions, and even lead to death.
It should be noted that although there are no specific therapies for poisons, specific antidotes can be developed for some, which basically counteract their action.
There are various types of poison depending on the origin that presents, which may be: animal (it is one of the most common that we face since it comes from just animals, such as snakes, scorpions, and bees , among others), vegetable (it is one that results from trees or plants considered as poisonous, because they have toxic components that in high doses turn out to be, one of the most popular cases is that of hemlock ), mineral (among the most prominent cases arsenic and mercury sound ), and artificial (in this type we find all those substances that man produces at the request of industry).
That harmful to health or one that discharges slander against another and causes a moral offense
So when someone drinks alcohol in excess, it will be said that it turns out to be a real poison for their liver , meanwhile, when an individual discharges all his evil on another from extremely harmful comments and therefore causes a very strong moral offense, "It will be said that the same distills poison ."
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The resentment that someone feels for another, because it caused certain damages in his life, is usually the trigger when it comes to dealing with all his evil against him.
There are many ways to manifest that poison, for example, morally or professionally discrediting someone, discrediting him publicly through slander or verbal aggression.
Generally, the resentment that leads to distilling poison against someone usually comes from resentment originating in the past, which cannot be overcome, and which end up dominating the person who does not know how to see another option other than punishing those who hurt them through the expression of unpleasant manifestations about him.
It is important to say that just as the substance of the poison corrodes the organism and damages it, the emotional poison, by calling it somehow, also corrodes the person inside, they turn it dark and vindictive, and if it does not know how to overcome it in time it can condemn it to a sad and unhappy existence forever.
Well-extended method of homicide in police fiction
On the other hand, we cannot ignore the weight and presence that poison as a substance has had and has in literary fiction, and in so many others such as that of cinema , TV, or theater , where precisely many authors and scriptwriters have known to use it as a method of murder in so many stories belonging to the thriller and police genres.
The use of poison in fiction is strictly associated with the provocation of intentional death, that is, the murder of one person in the hands of another who supplies the poison.
One of the queens and referents of the thriller and police novels, Agatha Christie, has used this poison resource in many of her fantastic and original creations.
Precisely many of his stories revolve around the death of someone because of a poison and continue with the course of the discovery of the intellectual instigator or material killer.