Type: Naturally Occurring Chemical Compound

Symptoms: Varies depending on which part of the body has been exposed. Skin: Rash, pain; Eyes: Redness, pain; Respiratory: Difficulty Breathing, Fever, Cough, Nausea, Tightness in the chest, Heavy Sweating, Fluid building up in the lungs, Low Blood Pressure, Respiratory Failure; Intestines: Vomiting and Diarrhea that may become bloody, Severe dehydration, low blood pressure, hallucinations, seizures, bloody urine, organ failure

Countermeasures: Supportive Medical Care if exposed

Delivery System: Airborne, Waterborne, Foodborne, Pellet