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Potassium Cyanide Pills is a potent inhibitor of cellular respiration, acting on mitochondrial cytochrome c oxidase, hence blocking oxidative phosphorylation. This prevents the body from oxidizing food to produce useful energy. Lactic acidosis then occurs as a consequence of anaerobic metabolism. Initially, acute cyanide poisoning causes a red or ruddy complexion in the victim because the tissues are not able to use the oxygen in the blood. The effects of potassium and sodium cyanide are identical, and symptoms of poisoning typically occur within a few minutes of ingesting the substance: the person loses consciousness, and brain death eventually follows. During this period the victim may suffer convulsions. Death is caused by cerebral hypoxia.
The lethal dose for Potassium Cyanide Pills potassium cyanide is 100–300 mg. Its toxicity when ingested depends on the acidity of the stomach, because it must react with an acid to become hydrogen cyanide, the deadly form of cyanide. Grigori Rasputin may have survived a Potassium Cyanide Pills poisoning because his stomach acidity was unusually low.
A number of prominent persons were killed or committed suicide using potassium cyanide, including members of the Young Bosnia and famous personalities in the Third Reich, such as Erwin Rommel, Hitler’s longtime companion Eva Braun, Joseph Goebbels, Heinrich Himmler, and Hermann Göring. World War II era British agents (using purpose-made suicide pills), computer scientist Alan Turing, polymer chemist Wallace Carothers, 19th-Century German chemist Victor Meyer, and various religious cult suicides such as by the Peoples Temple, Danish writer Gustav Wied in 1914, and members of the LTTE involved in the assassination of Indian prime minister Rajiv Gandhi. Jason Altom, who was a promising graduate student in the lab of Nobel-Prizewinning chemist EJ Corey at Harvard. Slobodan Praljak, a Wartime general in Republic of Croatia, committed suicide.