A sleeping Apple.--From Eighteen books of the secrets of art and nature--
An Apple to make one sleep, is made of all these; Opium, Mandrake, juyce of Hemlock, Henbanefeed, Wine lees, to which must be added Musk, that by the scent it may provoke him that smells unto it. Make a Ball as big as a man may grasp in his hand, by often smelling to this it will cause him to shut his eyes and fall asleep: but it is but in vain to try to do this at certain hours; for men's temperaments vary: but he that shall go about it, may try it by such means, and all in vain. To hinder the danger of these things there is help enough: if you anoint their Temples, Nose, and Testicles with distilled Vinegar, or other things dissolved in Vinegar, that may drive away sleep and awaken the parties.
This is what Disney got wrong:
1. The apple isn't dunked in poison; it's made of poison.
2. The apple isn't supposed to be bitten, but smelled.
3. The antidote isn't "Love's First Kiss", but vinegar sprinkled on the crotch.