Cobain said in an interview that "Pennyroyal tea is a herbal abortive".
'Herbal abortive' is equal to 138 in English ordinal.
Recall the significance of the numbers 138 and 831 (the reflection of 138) to Kurt Cobain's death.
From the release of Bleach (June 15, 1989) to Nirvana's major label debut on Geffen records (September 24, 1991) is 831 days.
From the Unplugged in New York performance (November 18, 1993) to the date of Kurt Cobain's death (April 5, 1994) is 138 days (the reflection of 831).
'Pennyroyal Tea' is equal to 171 in English ordinal.
Kurt Cobain would die in his home at 171 Lake Washington Blvd. East Seattle.
'I Hate Myself and Want to Die' is equal to 368 in reverse ordinal and 100 in full reduction.
368 + 100 = 468
468 ÷ 3 = 156
Kurt Cobain has the number 156 encoded in the gematria of his name.
'Kurt Cobain' is equal to 156 in reverse ordinal.
'Kurt Cobain' is equal to 114 in English ordinal and 42 in full reduction.
114 + 42 = 156
When asked about the meaning of the song (Pennyroyal Tea), Cobain says, "The song is about a person who's beyond depressed; they're in their death bed, pretty much."
The lyrics in the song (Pennyroyal Tea) which pertain to death reference Leonard Cohen.
"Give me a Leonard Cohen afterworld; So I can sigh eternally" is equal to 235 in full reduction.
'Nirvana' is equal to 79 in English ordinal.
Recall what was said about the number 156 above:
79 + 156 = 235
79 + 156 = 235
Leonard Cohen's 'The Future' - 166 + 69 = 235
'The Future' by Leonard Cohen was released on November 24, 1992.
119 + 47 = 166
From the release date of 'The Future' (November 24, 1992) to the death of Kurt Cobain (April 5, 1994) is a span of 498 days.
498 ÷ 3 = 166
This is interesting, given the lyrics in the song 'Pennyroyal Tea' which pertain to death reference Leonard Cohen.
The specific lyrics, "Give me a Leonard Cohen afterworld; So I can sigh eternally" is equal to 235 in full reduction.
166 + 69 (a number which represents coming together) = 235
Nirvana's last studio album, 'In Utero' was released on Leonard Cohen's birthday, September 21.