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An intoxication of cattle, caused by eating white snakeroot, eupatorium urticaefolium, or the rayless goldenrod; the active agent is a higher alcohol, tremetol, which intoxicated cows eliminate in their milk, causing milk sickness when ingested by humans.

Origin: L. Tremulus, trembling, fr. Tremo, to tremble