Ingestion of Lupini beans can result in this toxidrome?
Lupini beans are from the plant, Lupinus albas. Dry, Raw Lupini beans must undergo a bittering process where they need to be repeatedly soaked in water for 4 days, allowing the quinolizinde alkaloids to be dispersed in the water. Inappropriate preparation of lupini beans result in anticholinergic findings on exam. (Litkey J et al. doi: 10.1016/j.ajem.2006.08.004. AJEM 2007; 25(2): 215-217.)