Devised by Banner Value Drug and Vitamin Laboratories, Inc. as an antidote to their all-too-successful product, Cerebrocreatine, and marketed as a liquid inhaled in suspension (much like asthma medicines), Super-Aktion stimulates the parts of the brain that control decision-making and impatience.
Super-Aktion is, unfortunately, a little too effective in its purpose, as one of the side effects of the hastier decision-making and impetus towards action it causes is a disregard for the potential dangers of the likely outcomes of the actions taken under its influence.
Related Drugs: Cerebrocreatine, De-Tox and Nullergin-200.
A hayfever and general allergy medicine, Nullergin-200 is effective not only against all known allergens, but also against the symptoms of the common cold. It also has a side effect of giving the user a feeling of emotional warmth and friendliness – a side effect that tends to lead to a certain sloppiness in one’s work ethic and apathy about the result, since one would rather socialise than work, and anyway, working too hard or too well would be mean to one’s competitors, who are basically nice people, right?
Nullergin-200 has since had its formulation modified, with the outer coating of the pills now a cumulative drug that increases the speed at which the anti-allergic is eliminated from the user’s body, returning the emotions of humanity to something more like normality.
Related Drugs: Cerebrocreatine, De-Tox and Super-Aktion
Originally developed by Banner Value Drug and Vitamin Laboratories, Inc. as a cure for nerve damage, intended to stimulate the growth of damaged nerves, Cerebrocreatine was a failure in that goal, but worked very well in enhancing the development of neural pathways in the brain. Unfortunately, the side effect of these little yellow pills tended to be a fascination with knowledge for its own sake, a penchant for grandiose experimentation and marked tendency towards pednatry.
Cerebrocreatine is one of the few drugs in history to have had its own antidote – marketed as Super-Aktion – developed by the same company that created it, although like Cerebrocreatine, the antidote too was also too strong…
Related Drugs: De-Tox, Nullergin-200 and Super-Aktion
A pale green pill with a potent effect, De-Tox is a product of Banner Value Drug and Vitamin Laboratories, Inc. The recommended dosage of De-Tox is three pills each day at most, and its intended purpose is to counteract the harmful mental effects of pretty much any other drug in existence.
De-Tox does exactly what it says it will, an effect it acheives by stimulating the parts of the brain concerned with logical and critical thought. But a very short time after it came on the market, it was a best-selling drug everywhere and almost every user was exceeding the dosage. This had an unexpected side-effect – over-stimulation of the brain caused it largely shut down after a while, which led to precisely the opposite effects as usual. Fortunately, after a well-publicised scandal involving serious De-Tox addicts, the drug lost popularity and Banner Value Drug and Vitamin Laboratories, Inc. quietly withdrew it from the market.
Related Drugs: Cerebrocreatine, Nullergin-200 and Super-Aktion