TD12

TD12 is a drug mostly used by dentists in England. It’s an anesthetic and sedative, which has the side effect of affecting memory formation. It was used one time by Culverton Smith to allow him to confess his planned murder to some of his nearest and dearest without them remembering it.

Hair-Raising Potion

Few details are known about Hair-Raising Potion. As the name suggests, the potion causes the imbiber’s hair to stand on end. That’s about it.

Oh, and one of the ingredients is an unspecified number of rat tails. No one knows why, and we’re all happier that way.

Much happier.

Priapism Formula

Developed by a Dr. Duran of Hopkins University and her faithful assistant, Calvin, the Priapism Formula is a highly effective aphordisiac – as the Dr and Calvin discovered when she accidentally inhaled the fumes from it one day.

From there, the Priapism Formula next turned up as the secret ingredient in the sauce used on burgers at Pop’s – a start-up operated, not coincidentally, by friends of Calvin’s who had stolen the formula from Duran’s lab. Somewhat more dilute in its effects when consumed with a burger, fries and a milkshake, the Priapism Formula remained a mild aphrodisiac and something of a euphoric.

Polyjuice Potion

Polyjuice Potion is an alchemical preparation that allows a human drinker to temporarily assume the form of another person – although only a particular person. In particular, it cannot be used to take the form of any non-human – although numerous attempts have ended in the potion drinker being stuck in some sort of in-between form.

The potion is a difficult and time-consuming one to prepare – among other things, it needs to brew for a month after its final brewing – and one of the most difficult to acquire ingredients is a sample of the target person, usually hair, although other substances will work just as well. Polyjuice Potion is also highly variable in the duration of its effect, with the quality of the numerous ingredients and the skill of the brewing both influencing the outcomes.

Giagra

Giagra was sold through classified ads in some of the more dubious porn magazines. It was a penis enlarging drug that not only lacked FDA approval but actually boasted about the fact in its advertisements. Unsurprisingly, this led the FDA to raid the headquarters of Dopecom, manufacturers of Giagra, and shut them down.

The recommended dose is a quarter ounce a day. Exceeding the recommended daily dose of Giagra can cause side effects such as heart palpitations and blurred vision. A young man named Richard Head broke into the Dopeco factory and was mutated into a human-sized and -shaped penis capable of ejaculating through the hole on the top of his head after falling into a vat of Giagra. He became a supervillain under the name Dick Head.

Fire Protection Potion

Fire Protection Potion – also known as Ice Potion – is a potion that protects the imbiber from the effects of naked flames, whether natural or magical. It is generally purple or black in colour, and known ingredients of the potion include bursting mushrooms, salamander blood and wartcap powder, although it is clear that there are other ingredients in addition to these.

When drunk, Fire Protection Potion gives the imbiber intense chills, sometimes described as feeling like ice flooding their body. Its effects are relatively short lived, but near to absolute while they last.

Related Drugs: Elixir of life and Weedosoros

Dyziplen

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Dyziplen is the trade name of the behaviour-modifying drug Nitrosedaticam Dedehydro Epoxy Methylmorphixan Diacectate Calminhydrate. Sold in the form of 400mg capsules, Dyziplen is the latest and most fashionable treatment for misbehaving children among the wealthy trophy wives of Manhattan. It is the go-to treatment for hyperactivity, ADHD and Kanye West Spectrum Disorder. It’s not handed out as the treatment for a particular diagnosis, but just for kids who are, you know, inconveniently behaving like kids.

Dyziplen takes a little while to kick in, but once it does, it turns the user into a polite, well-spoken, emotionless, slow-moving automaton who is incapable of recognising music or colour. It’s very likely that a certain amount of bribery caused this dangerously strong chemical to be fast-tracked through the approvals process by the FDA.

Weedosoros

Weedosoros is a magical poison, taught a Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Little is known about it, other than that it was one of the many potions used by Severus Snape.

Related Drugs: Fire Protection Potion and Weedosoros