The mother of a student who died after taking toxic "diet pills" has called for a clampdown on websites selling potentially deadly drugs.
Speaking after hearing how her daughter sent a "heartbreaking" text saying she knew she was dying, Fiona Parry called for tighter controls of on-line sales of dinitrophenol (DNP).
The inquest heard that 21-year-old Eloise Parry, from Shrewsbury, died within hours of taking eight DNP tablets in April this year.
After the hearing at Shropshire's Shirehall, her mother said: "I would very much like to see much harsher and stiffer penalties for distributing and supplying this substance."
Ms Parry, a chemistry teacher, added: "Looking good should never cost you your health or your life.
"It's been difficult to listen to the events that led to my daughter Eloise's death and there's a certain amount of relief the inquest is now over.
"And I would like to take this opportunity to thank those who tried to help her in the days, weeks and hours leading up to her death."