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What started out as the ultimate compendium of fake businesses and products now contains many new categories that don't fit the original description... but we just can't bring ourselves the change the name.
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  • Medicine
    • 900 Pack
        • Hannah Geist variety pack of pathogens - sold by The Lucas Clinic.
    • AAV1
        • Chemical traced to the Zalk bio-chem lab, possibly what gave The Whizzer his super speed powers. (Season 1 episode AKA Take a Bloody Number)
    • Adrenoblast
        • Pharmaceutical product advertised in one of the Chem Grow booths at the hotel where Lindsay, Tobias and Maeby's band performs. (Season 1)
    • Baby Ear Medicine
        • When Marge finds herself alone with the other contestants' entries in the Ovenfresh Bakeoff contest, she taints them with Maggie's Baby Ear Medicine from the Springfield Pharmacy. (Season 16 episode All's Fair in Oven War)
    • Balsam Specific
        • Medicine that Patty and Selma recommend for Maggie: What she needs is a Balsam Specific. (Season 5 episode Lady Bouvier's Lover)
    • Beijing Cocktail
        • A beijing cocktail is a drug which is injected in to your body, it can be deadly but the only way to stay alive is to keep your adrenaline pumping.
    • Belux Stool Softener Laxative
        • Spy gadget - chew one of these if you feel you have been poisoned.
    • Benoctaline
        • Medicine Clair gives to Bortus after he is stabbed by his mate. (Season 2 episode Primal Urges)
    • Biomimetic Gel
        • Restricted substance. Even attempting to buy it is a felony under Federation law. (Season 3 episode Distant Voices)
        • Sisko and Garak's plan to bring the Romulan Empire into the Dominion war involves interrupting Senator Vreenak's diplomatic mission to Soukara - a key member of the Romulan Senate for the past 14 years, the secretary of the War Plans Council, Vice Chairman of the Tal Shiar and one of the most trusted advisors to Proconsul Neral - and showing him manufactured proof of a secret Dominion meeting discussing the planned invasion of Romulus on an optolythic data rod, created by Grathon Tolar in exchange for 200 liters of biomimetic gel. (Season 6 episode In the Pale Moonlight)
    • Bondat
        • Pharmaceutical product advertised in one of the Chem Grow booths at the hotel where Lindsay, Tobias and Maeby's band performs. (Season 1)
    • Brain & Nerve Tonic
        • Tonic that Mr. Burns gives the power plant softball team, rich in proteins and electromagnetic juices. It promotes robust health. It has been known to cause gigantism, but only in rare cases. (Season 3 episode Homer at the Bat)
    • Brenner's Cool Menthol Soothing Throat Lozenges
        • Medicine product created by the motion picture prop house The Earl Hayes Press.
    • Brotine-zero
        • Drug Roy uses to knock June out when they're about to get gassed with D-5.
    • CATG-6
        • Also known as Globyolast Nine, Super serum 14. Formula that Tiger and Wolf give Josh in the simulation that's supposed to make him faster, smarter, stronger, and able to walk into any room and feel instantly confident no matter the situation. (Season 2 episode Countdown to Prologue)
    • CerebralSave
        • Chapter 27. Medication that Tender Branson's agent mentions, that a marketing team has created a name for, but doesn't actually exist yet.
    • Cerethro
        • Dr. Fine is working on a suppression medication called Cerethro to keep serotonin levels in check. (Season 4 episode Facade)
    • ChemoSolv
        • Chapter 27. Medication that Tender Branson's agent mentions, that a marketing team has created a name for, but doesn't actually exist yet.
    • Chicken Of The Medicine Cabinet
        • Turkey flavored aspirin that comes in a tuna can, product from the Jessica Simpson Chicken of the Sea sketch.
    • Children's Vaxadrin
        • It's guaranteed to grow strong, healthy teeth. Often in your mouth! Side effects may include: Rage, Mild Hulkism.
    • Chlorhexinol
        • When Bart experiences side effects with his ADD medication, the Simpsons learn that while you can't just go off Focusyn, they can ease Bart into one of its sister drugs like Chlorhexinol, and augment that with some Phenolbutamine. And maybe some Cyclobenzanone. (Season 11 episode Brother's Little Helper)
    • Chloroform New record added 5/28/2021
        • Generic bottle of chloroform that Ned Flanders suggests using on Bart in Reverend Lovejoy's Ministry Machine van. (Season 16 episode The Father, the Son and the Holy Guest Star)
    • Choco-Blasted Baby Aspirin
        • Medicine product on the shelf at Kwik-E-Mart, which Marge first mistakes for sugar free donuts - but it's sugar with free donuts. (Season 13 episode Sweets and Sour Marge)
    • Churchill Downers Horse Tranquilizers
        • Homer gives up anger and starts taking Churchill Downers Horse Tranquilizers. (Season 13 episode I am Furious Yellow)
    • Cold Tablets
        • Generic medicine product sold at Eatie gourmet's, the grocery store the Simpsons visit after church. (Season 10 episode Lisa Gets an ‘A')
    • Colonax
        • Medicine product - "Diarrhea eliminator". DVD Bonus Features include a short ad for the product featuring actors from the movie, involving a bank robbery getaway driver that really has to go to the bathroom. "Don't let explosive diarrhea ruin your best laid plans."
    • Cordrazine
        • Chemical stimulant Bashir employs when attempting to help the people with the Quickening. (Season 4 episode The Quickening)
        • Drug Julian administers to the dying Sloan in order to keep him alive a little longer - though it happens while he and Miles are still - unknown to them - inside Sloan's mind. (Season 7 episode Extreme Measures)
    • CPH4
        • "a new drug the kids in Europe are gonna love"
    • CRM-114
        • Medicinal drug Bruce is given in his hallucination. Reference to the C.R.M. 114 Discriminator radio device in Stanley Kubrick's Dr. Strangelove.
        • Medicinal drug Bruce is given in his hallucination. Reference to the C.R.M. 114 Discriminator radio device in Stanley Kubrick's Dr. Strangelove.
    • CRM-115
        • Medicinal drug. Reference to the C.R.M. 114 Discriminator radio device in Stanley Kubrick's Dr. Strangelove.
        • Medicinal drug. Reference to the C.R.M. 114 Discriminator radio device in Stanley Kubrick's Dr. Strangelove.
    • Cyclobenzanone
        • When Bart experiences side effects with his ADD medication, the Simpsons learn that while you can't just go off Focusyn, they can ease Bart into one of its sister drugs like Chlorhexinol, and augment that with some Phenolbutamine. And maybe some Cyclobenzanone. (Season 11 episode Brother's Little Helper)
    • Decimide
        • In order to be able to capture Quinn and Rembrandt, licensed facilitator Damon is injected with a cartridge of Decimide, the fastest way to fight a sociopath on the pharmacotherapy world. They send him out to the alley near Gould, where they were last seen, attempting to score Troxoprine. (Season 4 episode Just Say Yes)
    • Deer Saline
        • Beth says she needs anaesthetic and deer saline to fix the wounded deer that was shot by a hunter and Jerry hit with the car. (Season 2 episode A Rickle in Time)
    • Delcium
        • Medication doctor mentions giving to River shortly before Simon rescues her. Doctor Mathias: "Let's amp it up. Delcium, eight-drop."
    • Dermatiraelian Plastiscine
        • Five years ago, after arriving on Kora II, Marritza started taking massive doses of dermatiraelian plastiscine, a dermal regenerative agent used to maintain skin resilience after his cosmetic alteration to impersonate Gul Darhe'el. (Season 1 episode Duet)
    • Dharma Initiative Acetaminophen
        • Dharma branded medicine product. (Behind the scenes episode Lost: On Location)
    • Dharma Initiative Aspirin
        • Dharma branded medicine product. (Behind the scenes episode Lost: The Auction)
    • Dharma Initiative Chloroform
        • Dharma branded medicine product. (episode Something Nice Back Home)
    • Dharma Initiative Cotton Balls
        • Dharma branded medical product. (Behind the scenes episode Lost: On Location)
    • Dharma Initiative Cotton Swabs
        • Dharma branded medical product. (Behind the scenes episode Lost: On Location)
    • Dharma Initiative First Aid Kit
        • Dharma branded medical product. (episode Live Together, Die Alone, Part 2)
    • Dharma Initiative Ibuprofen
        • Dharma branded medicine product. (Behind the scenes episode Lost: On Location)
    • Dharma Initiative Isopropyl Alcohol
        • Dharma branded medical product. (Behind the scenes episode Lost: The Auction)
    • Dharma Initiative Latex Gloves
        • Dharma branded medical product. (Behind the scenes episode Lost: On Location)
    • Dharma Initiative Non-sterile Gauze Sponges
        • Dharma branded medical product. (Behind the scenes episode Lost: The Auction)
    • Dharma Initiative Rolled Gauze
        • Dharma branded medical product. (Behind the scenes episode Lost: On Location)
    • Dharma Initiative Rubbing Alcohol
        • Dharma branded medical product. (Behind the scenes episode Lost: The Auction)
    • Dharma Initiative Scrubs
        • Dharma branded medical clothing product. (episode Every Man for Himself)
    • Dharma Initiative Sterile Bandages
        • Dharma branded medical product. (Behind the scenes episode Lost: On Location)
    • Dharma Initiative Sterile Lancets
        • Dharma branded medical product. (Behind the scenes episode Lost: On Location)
    • Dharma Initiative Vaccines
        • Dharma branded medical product. (episodes Man of Science, Man of Faith, Namaste)
    • Doctor Duff's Health Tonic
        • Prohibition got you down? Drink Doctor Duff's Health Tonic - from Homer's Duff Brewery Tour. (Season 4 episode Duffless)
    • Donnadon
        • Chapter 27. Bogus blue pills that Tender Branson's agent gives him, prototype medication, miracle dream cures for epidemics still on the horizon.
    • Dr. Sedgwick's Polarizing Tablets
        • Medicine / snake oil. Salesman: "I see your health amulet failed you, Sir. Your remedy lies in the curative powers of magnetism, concentrated in Dr. Sedgwick's Polarizing Tablets." (Story: Seventy-Two Letters)
    • Dr. Sneezy's Cold Medicine
        • Medicine Daphne mentions (Season 1 episode Selling Out)
    • Dr. Spooner's Herbal Health Tonic For Vim, Vigor And Vitality
        • Old 1900s medication Andy's grandmother gives to Wendy in episode Saturday Early Morning Fever. "good for joint pain, headache, gout, even woman’s time"
    • Dulcolax
        • Alec Baldwin plays Tony Bennett, advertising laxative Dulcolax on The Price is Right. "We'll blow up your hole" (Skit The Price is Right Celebrity Edition)
    • E-1101
        • Medicine designed to kill the African strain of the Motaba virus.
    • Ecstacide
        • Medication on the pharmacotherapy world with an ecstacy effect. (Season 4 episode Just Say Yes)
    • Elixir Of Ubique
        • Guaranteed to restore lost manliness and to banish vapors of all known kinds as well as to relieve reproductive complaints in both men and women. A beneficent aid to mankind when sedulously employed as indicated.
    • Endorphinol
        • Chapter 25. Pills that Tender Branson's agent gives him, and tells him to take if he feels any emotion coming on.
    • Engorgulate
        • Erectile dysfunction drug product that the truck that killed Eleanor was carrying (mentioned in Season 1 episode 1)
    • Ephemerol
        • Manufactured by Biocarbon Amalgamated. originally marketed to pregnant women, but had an effect on the unborn children - it created scanners.
        • The drug that originally created Scanners. It was administered to ease expecting mother's discomfort in the 50's. Its side effect caused babies to develop into Scanners.
        • The drug that originally created Scanners. It was administered to ease expecting mother's discomfort in the 50's. Its side effect caused babies to develop into Scanners.
    • Equium
        • Drug used to render humans emotionless in the futuristic Totalitarian society.
    • Erect Chin Pills
        • Fake product Ders makes a flyer for on the bulletin board at work - sounds like 'erection pills'. (Season 4 episode Time Chair)
    • Erector
        • Pharmaceutical product advertised in one of the Chem Grow booths at the hotel where Lindsay, Tobias and Maeby's band performs. (Season 1)
    • Euphoridine
        • Medication on the pharmacotherapy world with a euphoric effect. (Season 4 episode Just Say Yes)
    • Excedrin for Racial Tension Headaches
        • Linda: Do I get stress headaches at work? Yes, definitely. From the moment I get in, it's "Denise, we need this,” "Denise we need that.” Which is stressful, because my name is Linda. Denise is the other black woman that works here. By 10 a.m., someone in the copy room makes a joke about Kobe Bryant, and everyone looks at me to make sure it's okay. And I smile like it's okay, but, really, my head and neck are starting to throb. Then I spend the rest of the afternoon training my interns and answering their questions, like, "Yes, black people use shampoo,” and "No, I don't know any good reggae clubs around here,” and "Yes, Condoleeza Rice is very articulate, why do you sound so surprised?” And, "No, I can't tell you where to buy weed!” And that's when I reach for.. Excedrin. New Excedrin for Racial Tension Headaches. (Host Queen Latifah 10/09/04)
    • Forsythia
        • Rumors about the drug Forsythia prompt a run at local stores.
    • Freslin
        • A powerful aphrodisiac known to affect several different races that occurs in at least two varieties. One variety, when ingested, makes others seem more attractive to the user. A second variety causes the user to emit pheromones and to appear differently to others. This effect is called an aura morph. (Season 3 episode Scratch 'n' Sniff)
    • Fulcrum
        • Male enhancement pill. Here's how it works. Fulcrum doesn't just direct more blood to your penis: it directs all your blood to your penis, leaving you a lifeless, shriveled husk hanging from a rigid steel beam.
    • Fungicide
        • Medicine Jerry finds in his new girlfriend's medicine cabinet. (Season 5 episode The Conversion)
    • G-23 Paxilon Hydrochlorate
        • Also known as The Pax. Chemical compound added to the air processors in order to pacify the populace, by the Union of Allied Planets. Effective with 99.9% of people. It was such an effective means of pacifying that the people stopped doing anything, they simply waited for death. However, a small portion had the opposite reaction - they became highly aggressive, committing unspeakable acts including cannibalism, rape, and self-mutilation. These people would come to be known as Reavers.
    • Gamacease
        • Chapter 23. Bogus chocolate pills that Tender Branson swallows, prototype medication, when the Sensitive Materials Interment Bill had passed the House and the Senate and the president was signing it into law.
    • Gaystrogen
        • Product designed for people suffering from Queerloss. "Works with your body to replenish your natural gayness and boost your fabu."
    • Geriamazone
        • Chapter 27. Bogus orange pills that Tender Branson's agent gives him, prototype medication, miracle dream cures for epidemics still on the horizon.
    • Glove Cleaner
        • Roger Shackelforth buys a love potion for $1 from Professor A. Daemon to make Leila fall in love with him. Later he buys the antidote known as "Glove Cleaner" or "Eradicator", which is actually poison. Roger decides not to use it when he finds out that Leila is pregnant. (episode The Chaser)
    • GlucoCure
        • Chapter 27. One of 140 copyrighted names for Diabetes medication that are still in development that Tender Branson's agent mentions.
    • Glucodan
        • Chapter 27. One of 140 copyrighted names for Diabetes medication that are still in development that Tender Branson's agent mentions.
    • Gold
        • Brand of sinus medicine that Badger buys so he and Jesse can cook a batch of meth. (Season 1 episode Gray Matter)
    • Gormasol
        • Fictional medication advertised on website when Santiago researches The Vulture's fiancée. (Season 5 episode The Venue)
    • Grandpa's King Richard's Crusade Bravery Pills
        • Grandpa gives Herman one of his special bravery pills so he can participate in the bronco riding contest at the rodeo.
    • Granny's Spring Tonic
        • Episode Granny's Spring Tonic. Jed takes a double dose of Granny's spring tonic and winds up on Lovers Lane with a gold-digging bank secretary.
    • Grouphug
        • Pharmaceutical product advertised in one of the Chem Grow booths at the hotel where Lindsay, Tobias and Maeby's band performs. (Season 1)
    • Growdenase
        • Chapter 27. One of 140 copyrighted names for Diabetes medication that are still in development that Tender Branson's agent mentions.
    • Hannah Geist Afterlife Capsule
        • New product available from Vole & Tesser.
    • Happy Splash
        • 100% pure hydrochloric acid. Remember, Happy Splash could be harmful to children with skin that is sensitive to hydrochloric acid.
    • Heart-Shaped Herb
        • The herb that creates the mystical connection with the Wakandan Panther God, and grants the Black Panther superhumanly acute senses and increases his strength, speed, stamina, reflexes, and agility to Olympic-levels.
    • Help Pills
        • What were they eating this morning? Help pills. Fake milk for the baby. A sudden feeling of desperation swelled over him. Christ when would they start seeing money? Today? Tomorrow? Next week?
    • Hemazine
        • Chapter 27. One of 140 copyrighted names for Diabetes medication that are still in development that Tender Branson's agent mentions.
    • Henry J. Fate's Fast Gun Developer Potion
        • The man who drinks it becomes the fastest of the fast. You'll be able to shoot a hole through a silver dollar in mid-air at a hundred feet or better. Guaranteed to last for 10 seconds. (Season 1 episode Mr. Denton on Doomsday)
    • Hexadren
        • Episode The One with the Truth About London. The headache medicine Monica gives to Phoebe and then Phoebe obssesses over the possible side effects until it's out of her system.
    • Hexadrin
        • Kira's friend Tekeny Ghemor, suffering from Yarim Fel Syndrome, does not respond to Hexadrin therapy. (Season 5 episode Ties of Blood and Water)
    • Hydrozopan
        • One of the medicines Simon mentions being available to steal from St. Lucy's, the Alliance hospital in Ariel City. (Episode Ariel)
    • Hyronalin
        • Medicinal drug used to counter the effects of radiation poisoning. (Episode The Deadly Years)
    • Inazan
        • Chapter 27. Bogus chocolate pills that Tender Branson's agent gives him, prototype medication, miracle dream cures for epidemics still on the horizon.
    • Instant Cavity Filler
        • Medication available at the pharmacy in Eureka (Season 2 Sight Unseen)
    • InsulinEase
        • Chapter 27. One of 140 copyrighted names for Diabetes medication that are still in development that Tender Branson's agent mentions.
    • Intercellular Adhesion Molecule 1 Receptor Blocker
        • Also known as the cure for the common cold. Apparently it was discovered years ago, but it's still too expensive for mass production. It is stored at he pharmacy in Eureka. (Season 2 Sight Unseen)
    • Isoprobyline
        • A pharmaceutical used to boost the immune system. One of the medicines Simon mentions being available to steal from St. Lucy's, the Alliance hospital in Ariel City. (Episode Ariel)
    • Jammitin
        • Drug commercial to help old people have sex that Ned's kids Rod and Todd watch on TV. (Season 16 episode Homer and Ned's Hail Mary Pass)
    • Jilnak
        • Medicinal product that causes biological evacuation, especially of the bowels. (Season 4 episode Lava's a Many Splendored Thing)
    • Jodazone
        • Chapter 27. Bogus pills that Tender Branson's agent gives him, prototype medication, miracle dream cures for epidemics still on the horizon.
    • Joyvatrex
        • I'd be depressed right now if these samples from work weren't giving me a new outlook on life. If you're interested in learning more, ask your doctor if Joyvatrex is right for you.
    • The Juice
        • Going on the Juice was pilot-speak for a high-g burn that would knock an unmediated human unconscious. The juice was the cocktail of drugs the pilot's chair would inject into him to see him conscious, alert, and hopefully stroke free when his body weighed five hundred kilos.
    • Ketavan
        • Beth's rescue remedy concoction includes echinacea, passion flower, a little valerian and ketamine.
    • Ketracel White
        • Synthetic drug created by the Founders to control the Jem'Hadar. Bashir attempts to find a way to break the addiction. (Season 4 episode Hippocratic Oath)
        • Bashir's gang of genetically engineered and socially maladjusted savants determine that the Dominion wants the Kabrel System. The mizainite deposits on Holna IV alone are enough to keep their shipyards running for years. The second planet has some cormaline deposits, but they're common enough. The tri-nucleic fungus on the first planet can be broken down to make yridium bicantizine, one of the active ingredients in ketracel-white, meaning the Dominion could manufacture the drug in the Alpha Quadrant - enough to supply the Jem'Hadar indefinitely. (Season 6 episode Statistical Probabilities)
        • Odo suspects there's a new ketracel-white storage facility somewhere in Sector 507. Weyoun confirms that it exists, and that it's in the Pelosa System. (Season 7 episode Treachery, Faith and the Great River)
        • Working for both Starfleet Intelligence and Section 31, Julian travels aboard the Bellerophon to Romulus, where he gives a seminar on Ketracel White at a conference. (Season 7 episode Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges)
    • Kill Shot
        • Peacekeeper medical product, used in battle triage to stop brain and heart function. (Season 1 episode The Flax)
    • Kohlercaine
        • Chapter 27. Medication that Tender Branson's agent mentions, that a marketing team has created a name for, but doesn't actually exist yet.
    • Krusty's Non-narkotik Kough Syrup
        • Krusty the Clown branded children's cough syrup product, and the secret ingredient included in Homer's recipe for his Flaming Homer mixed drink - and then Moe's Flaming Moe, which Moe steals from Homer. (Season 3 episode Flaming Moe's)
    • Kwik-E-Mart Discount Flu Remedy: Extra Drowsy Formula
        • Medicine Mayor Quimby takes before his mayoral debate with Sideshow Bob. (Season 6 episode Sideshow Bob Roberts)
    • Liquid Launch
        • It doesn't have one of the ingredients in rocket fuel, it has every ingredient in rocket fuel. When you blast some Liquid Launch into your innerspace, you'll be singing "Ground Control to Major Yum."
    • Lister's Carbolic Unguent
        • Medicine that Abe recommends for Maggie: Ooh, put some Lister's Carbolic Unguent on a wad of cotton. Put the cotton in her ear. That'll stop them shakes. (Season 5 episode Lady Bouvier's Lover)
    • Lot 6
        • Experimental drug being tested by The Shop. Synthetic copy of a pituitary extract. An incredibly powerful painkiller hallucinogen. The natural counterpart is responsible in some way for the occasional flashes of psy-ability that nearly all human beings demonstrate from time to time - a surprisingly wide range of phenomenon - precognition, telekinesis, mental domination, bursts of superhuman strength, temporary control over the synthetic nervous system. Also known as DLT and Booster Acid.
    • Love Potion
        • Roger Shackelforth buys a love potion for $1 from Professor A. Daemon to make Leila fall in love with him. Later he buys the antidote known as "Glove Cleaner" or "Eradicator", which is actually poison. Roger decides not to use it when he finds out that Leila is pregnant. (episode The Chaser)
        • Product sold at Princess Opal's store in the mall. Mostly corn syrup and a little rubbing alcohol. You'll be lucky if it doesn't make your hair fall out actually. (Season 4 episode Selma's Choice)
    • MaligNon
        • Chapter 27. Medication that Tender Branson's agent mentions, that a marketing team has created a name for, but doesn't actually exist yet.
    • Medi-goo
        • Healing substance used to repair Josh after being repeatedly harmed on The DieCathalon. (Season 3 episode The Precipice of Yesterday)
    • The Mellara Vaccine
        • Alara's parents' neighbor Floratta's son Galdus' research revealed that the Mellara Vaccine was putting children at risk of a condition called Torin's Syndrome. (Season 2 episode Home)
    • Miporol
        • Extremely potent, will keep you functioning normally until your death.
    • Mirakuru
        • The super soldier formula that turns Slade into Deathstroke.
    • Mr. Blister
        • Product that Patty and Selma find coupon for: Buy three tubes, get one free. (Season 4 episode Homer's Triple Bypass)
    • NasaPro
        • Product Eleanor used to sell when she was alive - not technically medicine. Actually, it's chalk.
    • NasaPro Silver
        • Product Eleanor used to sell when she was alive - not technically medicine. Actually, it's chalk.
    • Nashtin Cleansing Pills
        • Yellow colored gel capsules, hangover cure. (Season 2 episode Dream a Little Dream)
    • Negrosol
        • A product that enables white people to not be afraid of black people.
    • Nerve Shot
        • Peacekeeper medical product, used in battle triage to reverse the effects of a kill shot, which stops brain and heart function. (Season 1 episode The Flax)
    • Neurostat
        • Programmable pharmaceutical product used to induce calliagnosia, a condition that prevents judgement of one's degree of beauty. (Story: Liking What You See: A Documentary)
    • Neurotropan
        • Drug Julian administers to the dying Sloan in order to keep him alive a little longer - though it happens while he and Miles are still - unknown to them - inside Sloan's mind.
    • Nexus
        • Nexulpromocide. A unique anti-depressant that works to anchor you back to reality. Or the reality of your choice. Side effects include feeling your feelings, confronting your truth, seizing your destiny, and possibly, more depression. You should not take Nexus unless your doctor has cleared you to move on with your life. Nexus, because the world doesn't revolve around you. Or does it? See our ad in the Westview Gazette. (Season 1 episode Breaking the Fourth Wall)
    • Nirvana Orb
        • Michael pitches a merchandising deal to Tahani selling Nirvana orbs, driving range golf balls that he painted silver that supposedly prevent erectile dysfunction. (Season 3 episode Everything is Bonzer)
    • Noranium Hydride
        • Substance that Dr. Jurati synthesizes and administers to herself to neutralize the viridium tracker in her body that Commander Oh gave her. The substance puts her in a coma. (Season 1 episode Nepenthe)
    • Nostalgia
        • A revolutionary, all-natural, personally customized medication for people suffering from anxiety, dementia, and psychic trauma. (Peteypedia supplemental materials - HBO website) After taking Nostalgia pills left in her destroyed car by her grandfather Will Reeves and Lady Trieu. Angela Abar experiences Will's memories first hand, discovering how racism in America forced him to become Hooded Justice. (Season 1 episode This Extraordinary Being)
    • NuNugenix
        • Fake drug product advertised following real clip from testosterone booster product Nugenix: "Side effects may include facial swelling, diarrhea and splintering of the multi-verse." (episode Thank You, Lasagna)
    • NutriBoom
        • Fake Charles' vitamin supplement pyramid scheme that made him $90,000 this year alone, working out of the comfort of his own home. (Season 5 episode HalloVeen) Jake receives his new vitamin shipments and attempts to get out of his contract. "A conical-tiered multi-flow-through medical marketing entity." (Season 5 episode NutriBoom)
    • NutriBoom Amino Acid Reducer
        • Health supplement sold as part of the NutriBoom pyramid scheme. (Season 5 episode NutriBoom)
    • Ointment Of Yuvak
        • Medicine that helps to clear breathing passages. (Season 1 episode That Old Black Magic)
    • Ointment Of Yuvok
        • Preparation of salve or ointment used to clear breathing passages. D'Argo slathered some on Rygel's nose to relieve the pressure when he was suffering from Klendian Flu. (Season 1 episode That Old Black Magic)
    • Oncologic
        • Chapter 27. Medication that Tender Branson's agent mentions, that a marketing team has created a name for, but doesn't actually exist yet.
    • Oxy-incontinent
        • Pills Steve Holt gives to Michael on the day of the triathlon at the Church and State Fair. According to Steve Holt, pills filled with oxygen that keep you from being incontinent. (Season 3)
    • PancreAid
        • Chapter 27. One of 140 copyrighted names for Diabetes medication that are still in development that Tender Branson's agent mentions.
    • Paralitic Embalming Agent
        • Gas used by the Scarrans on prisoners to dissect them while they are still alive, preserves living tissue without harming the brain. (Peacekeeper Wars)
    • Permanent Sun Block
        • Medication available at the pharmacy in Eureka (Season 2 Sight Unseen)
    • Phenolbutamine
        • When Bart experiences side effects with his ADD medication, the Simpsons learn that while you can't just go off Focusyn, they can ease Bart into one of its sister drugs like Chlorhexinol, and augment that with some Phenolbutamine. And maybe some Cyclobenzanone. (Season 11 episode Brother's Little Helper)
    • Pill A
        • Also known as: Agonia. Pill used for the diagnostic stage of Neberdine's ULP drug study. Pill A seeks out your core traumas and pulls them to the surface. Through your memories, we'll see the worst moments of your life. But don't worry... it's safe. We observe, using powerful microwave technology the known and unknown anchors of pain in your personal history in order to create an arborization map that the GRTA will use as a guide for Pills B & C.
    • Pill B
        • Pill used for the behavioral stage of Neberdine's ULP drug study. Time to show your blind spots. Unfortunately, the brain is remarkably skilled at protecting itself. With the second pill, you can identify self-defense mechanisms, blind spots, and the mazes and walls that your mind creates to hide yourself from you.
    • Pill C
        • Also known as: Confrexia. Pill used for the confrontation stage of Neberdine's ULP drug study. Finally, it's time for confrontation. This is what has eluded psychoanalysts since the discovery of the unconscious. The end of the rainbow. Confrontation and acceptance. Once we've identified your core traumas and mapped your bio-psycho-social symptoms, the GRTA mega-computer re-maps a more efficient system, custom tailored to you, forging healthy pathways with powerful, non-surgical microwave technologies. Welcome to the start of your new life. You will never be the same again.
    • Placebojolt
        • Pharmaceutical product advertised in one of the Chem Grow booths at the hotel where Lindsay, Tobias and Maeby's band performs. (Season 1)
    • Powdered Newt Supplements
        • Quark's investments go south - his antimonium options, his quadrotriticale futures, even his powdered newt supplements - all get wiped out. (Season 5 episode Business as Usual)
    • Prairie Oyster
        • Hangover remedy on the Texas world. (Season 2 episode The Good, The Bad and The Wealthy)
    • Prof. Eliot's Famous Alternative Elixir
        • Also known as Professor Eliot's Wonder Medicine, "The world's most incredible curative", "For man or beast", "The most safe and efficient alterive and de-obstruent properties for the cure of scrofula, king's evil, white swellings, undulant tumors, gout, scurvy." 25 cents a bottle, "Guaranteed to immediately alter a depraved or impure state of the blood or any other fluids of the body." (Season 4 episode No Time Like the Past)
    • Professor Lazarus' Dead No More Elixir
        • Elixir that Comic Book Guys reaches for as he's dying. It spills on a stool instead, bringing it to life. (Season 16 episode Treehouse of Horror XV - segment Four Beheadings and a Funeral)
    • Proloft
        • Anti-Anxiety drug sold by Galaxy-Payson Pharmaceutical company in episode Charlie and the hot nerd. Proloft may cause cognitive impairment, behavioral disinhibition, lack of coordination and hypotension. Do not mix with alcohol.
    • Prom Knight
        • Teenage erectile dysfunction medication. "Because SHE is the one... Who is supposed to be soft.", "Give your lady a hard time."
    • Promazine
        • Pills that Gul Dukat attempts to convince the Pah-Wraith cult to take to kill themselves. Developed by the Obsidian Order for use by their operatives in case of capture. Not only is death swift, but it reduces the body to dust within hours, making it unidentifiable to the enemy. (Season 7 episode Covenant)
    • Propoxyn
        • One of the medicines Simon mentions being available to steal from St. Lucy's, the Alliance hospital in Ariel City. (Episode Ariel)
    • Prozalium
        • Sergeant William Schumann's medication, a combination of Prozac and Valium.
    • Ragin' 'Roids
        • Marge runs into her former neighbor Ruth who has also gotten into bodybuilding, and was Miss Mexican Mafia three years in a row. Ruth introduces Marge to steroids with the product Ragin' 'Roids. (Season 14 episode The Strong Arms of the Ma)
    • Repressitol
        • Milhouse's medication that prevents him from remembering his first day at school. (Season 12 episode Bye, Bye Nerdie)
    • Retaphin
        • Are you experiencing back pain, headaches, fever, condom hate, dead parents, wind deficiency or stomach punch. Have you ever suffered from depression, swallowed food, punched a lesbian, climbed a tree, climbed a no tree? Or cry farted? Are you white, black, Chinese color, Polish American, American Ninja, Tiger Woods, a tiger in the woods, a tiger in James Woods? If you are experiencing all or some or some of none of these symptoms, you should ask your doctor about Retaphin. (Drug Commercial)
    • Retrievanol
        • Episode Second Thoughts - Recreational drug from the future that was originally designed for Alzheimer's patients before they cured that.
    • Rettsin
        • Company name on Joe's shirt - appears to be a pharmaceutical product.
    • Ribavirin
        • Stories circulate on the internet that the drug Ribavirin has shown to be effective.
    • S-558
        • A form of the herpes simplex virus taken from Hannah Geist - for sale from The Lucas Clinic. Expensive... but a must have for the truly devoted.
    • S-916
        • Flu sample taken from Aria noble - sold by The Lucas Clinic.
    • Sammys
        • Joke about medicine Sam makes when his date says she has a headache: "She's got the kind of headache where you go straight to bed and take a couple of Sam's every four hours." (Season 6 episode 16 Yacht of Fools)
    • Serenadon
        • The best anti-anxiety treatment ever invented that hasn't actually been invented yet, that Tender Branson's agent gives him for the placebo effect.
    • Serum 114
        • The name of the drug injected into Alex to help his reformation. Reference to the C.R.M. 114 Discriminator radio device in Stanley Kubrick's Dr. Strangelove.
    • Silenizine
        • "We came back," Pris said, "because nobody should have to live there. It wasn't conceived for habitation, at least not within the last billion years. It's so old. You feel it in the stones, the terrible old age. Anyhow, at first I got drugs from Roy; I lived for that new synthetic pain-killer, that silenizine. And then I met Horst Hartman, who at that time ran a stamp store, rare postage stamps; there's so much time on your hands that you've got to have a hobby, something you can pore over endlessly. And Horst got me interested in pre-colonial fiction."
    • Simpson & Son Revitalizing Tonic
        • Abe Simpson's love potion, which Homer helps him bottle and sell. (Season 6 episode Grandpa vs. Sexual Inadequacy) Abe Simpson's love potion from Season 6 that Marge finds in the attic and sells at the Evergreen Terrace Rummage Sale. (Season 7 episode Two Bad Neighbors)
    • Sleeping Pills
        • Homer takes Stimu-Crank pep pills that he buys at a roadside store simply called Market to stay awake on his and Bart's truckdriving adventure, balancing them out with generic Sleeping Pills. (Season 10 episode Maximum Homerdrive)
    • Smeckler's Powder
        • Medicine that Bart (mocking Abe and Patty and Selma) recommends for Maggie: Don't forget to give her Smeckler's Powder. (Season 5 episode Lady Bouvier's Lover)
    • Smith Brothers' Coffin Drops
        • World's gone to hell. No germs, no science. World's fallen to the supernatural, it's a supernatural world. Harper's Bizarre and Saturday Evening Ghost and Ghoul Housekeeping. ‘Young Dr. Jekyll' and ‘Dracula's Other Wife' and ‘Death Can Be Beautiful'. ‘Don't be half-staked' and Smith Brothers' Coffin Drops.
    • St. Elmo's Remedy
        • Quack medicine. It was a grain alcohol dyed purple, flavored with cloves and sarsparilla root, and laced with opium and cocaine. As the joke goes: it was absolutely harmless unless discontinued.
    • Stimu-Crank
        • Homer takes Stimu-Crank pep pills that he buys at a roadside store simply called Market to stay awake on his and Bart's truckdriving adventure, balancing them out with generic Sleeping Pills. (Season 10 episode Maximum Homerdrive)
    • Stuart-a-cocc-a-miyacin
        • The name of the vaccine that Casey lies and says she created in her husband's memory (the one that was mauled by lions) after going back to medical school - a lie she tells to impress her old cheerleading squad at the high school reunion (Season 6 episode Remembrance of Flings Past)
    • SwallowGold
        • Pharmaceutical product advertised in one of the Chem Grow booths at the hotel where Lindsay, Tobias and Maeby's band performs. (Season 1)
    • Takaar Serum
        • Potion that Zhaan gives to the Sheyang. (Season 2 episode Liars, Guns and Money Part III: Plan B)
    • Testoster-gel
        • Testosterone booster product Lacey gets Ed hooked on in episode Charlie Gets the Party Started. "It totally rips your bod"
    • Tetrodotoxin B
        • Drug used to make it look like Nick Fury dies - slows the pulse to one beat a minute. Dr. Banner developed it for stress. Didn’t work so great for him but S.H.I.E.L.D. found a use for it.
        • Nick Fury: "Tetrodotoxin B. Slows the pulse to one beat a minute. Banner developed it for stress. It didn't work so great for him, but we found a use for it."
    • Torox
        • Truth serum drug Kiera injects Lucas with in episode Season 1 episode 1 A Stitch in Time - also a suspect in Season 1 episode 6 Time's Up.
    • Tranquilizing Dust
        • Mr. Fox's master plan involves lacing blueberries with 10mg of high potency sleeping powder (enough to tranquilize a gorilla), sealing them back up using Waco Stick brand of glue, and tossing them into Boggis' farm to put his beagles to sleep.
    • Tranquol
        • The licensed facilitator on the pharmacotherapy world injects Maggie and Colin with Tranquol, a standard mood elevator. Disoriented, Maggie wanders in front of a bus headed for "1st & Main" in front of the Chandler Hotel. Later, a doctor gives her Troxoprine neutralize all the drugs in her system. (Season 4 episode Just Say Yes)
    • Tremfalta
        • Once daily pill that helps you control your IBS instead of it controlling you. (Episode 4/10/2021 host Casey Mulligan)
    • Triptacederine
        • Analgesic medication. Also spelled "triptacederin".
        • Bashir catches Garak taking 30cc's of Triptacederine, enough to anesthetize an Algorian mammoth. (Season 2 episode The Wire)
        • Julian Bashir administers Triptacederine to alleviate Kira's friend Tekeny Ghemor pain as a result of his Yarim Fel Syndrome. (Season 5 episode Ties of Blood and Water)
    • Troxoprine
        • Drug that neutralizes all the drugs in your system on the pharmacotherapy world.
        • The licensed facilitator on the pharmacotherapy world injects Maggie and Colin with Tranquol, a standard mood elevator. Disoriented, Maggie wanders in front of a bus headed for "1st & Main" in front of the Chandler Hotel. Later, a doctor gives her Troxoprine to neutralize all the drugs in her system. (Season 4 episode Just Say Yes)
        • In order to be able to capture Quinn and Rembrandt, licensed facilitator Damon is injected with a cartridge of Decimide, the fastest way to fight a sociopath on the pharmacotherapy world. They send him out to the alley near Gould, where they were last seen, attempting to score Troxoprine. (Season 4 episode Just Say Yes)
    • Trucker's Choice Stay Alert Capsules
        • Stay alert capsules that Bart buys for Lisa from the Covet House Catalog and she develops an addiction. (Season 8 episode The Canine Mutiny)
    • Truth Serum
        • Product sold at Princess Opal's store in the mall that makes Princess Opal tell Selma the truth about the Love Potion she's trying to sell her, that it's mostly corn syrup and a little rubbing alcohol, and she'll be lucky if it doesn't make her hair fall out. (Season 4 episode Selma's Choice)
    • Ubik Headache and Stomachache Medicine
        • Can't make the frug contest, Helen; stomach's upset. I'll fix you Ubik! Ubik drops you back in the thick of things fast. Taken as directed, Ubik speeds relief to head and stomach. Remember: Ubik is only seconds away. Avoid prolonged use.
    • Ubik Liver And Kidney Baum
        • This unique analgesic formula, developed over a period of forty years by Dr. Edward Sonderbar, is guaranteed to end forever annoying getting up at night. You will sleep peacefully for the first time, and with superlative comfort. Merely dissolve a teaspoonful of UBIK LIVER AND KIDNEY BALM in a glass of warm water and drink immediately one-half hour before retiring. If pain or irritation persists, increase dosage to one tablespoonful. Do not give to children.
    • UltraDorm
        • Sleeping pill (that which if you take only 1/2, you'll wake without even the tiniest hangover).
    • Universal Drug Antidote
        • Used by Batman and Robin to thwart the Joker's plans in episode Batman is Riled.
    • Vasokin
        • Experimental drug that Bashir gives Vedek Bareil to keep him alive long enough to participate in the peace settlement negotiations with Cardassian Central Command. (Season 3 episode Life Support)
    • Vaxa-mamm
        • Male breast reduction cream. Apply once and go straight to the hospital. You're gonna want to get this stuff off. It burns.
    • Vaxachub
        • The only virility aid made entirely from powdered mice. If you experience erections lasting more than 4 hours, you are welcome.
    • Vaxadrin
        • The only weight loss pill recommended by Dr. Stephen T. Colbert, D.F.A. Side effects may include: Dry Mouth, Severe Weight Loss, Restless Leg Syndrome, Restless Arm Syndrome, Restless Torso syndrome, Massive weight gain.
    • Vaxadrine
        • From the makers of Vaxadrin. Side effects may include: Phantom Hand Syndrome, Vivid dreams of self-cannibalism, Scruffula, Bad humors, Late onset albinoism.
    • Vaxadrine With Calcium
        • Possible side effects: It has a certain sedative effect. Spontaneous pregnancy, Increased risk of vampire attack.
    • Vaxaloon
        • Makes you believe you're different Jim Carey movies. 6 different strengths: Ace Ventura, The Mask, Me, Myself, Irene, and for extreme cases, The Number 23 (causes hallucinations so powerful that patients believe The Number 23 made money)
    • Vaxamax
        • It is the only protein powder you don't have to mix with anything else. Just jam a straw in there and suck it down. It's like a PixieStick — that tastes like meat.
    • Vaxator
        • Vaxator removes cholesterol in your arteries, as well as hair and soap scum. Order within the next 24 hours, and you'll get a free heart defibrillator. (A toilet plunger).
    • Velocity 9
        • The formula that Dr. Edward Clariss (The Rival) creates to replicate Jay Garrick's powers.
    • Viagrogaine
        • The topical for bald, impotent men. "It gives you lots of hair and what you need down there. What are you waiting for, loser?" ...possible side effects include loss of scalp and penis. (Season 14 episode Barting Over)
    • ViralSept
        • Chapter 27. Medication that Tender Branson's agent mentions, that a marketing team has created a name for, but doesn't actually exist yet.
    • Vitamin CC
        • Cliff makes a joke about his ex-girlfriend Maggie coming back from Canada to see him because "she needs a booster shot of vitamin CC". CC = Cliff Clavin (Season 11 episode 5 Do Not Forsake Me O' My Postman)
    • Vitamin Sammy
        • Sam: Even a shot of Vitamin Samy doesn't work that fast (Season 3 episode 9 An American Family)
    • Vomicillin
        • Michael gets seasick, explaining that he's on medication (Season 2 episode Booze Cruise)
    • Wart Be-Gone
        • From joke Frasier makes… Martin: "What's this? Earrings?" Frasier: "Oh, just a little something I picked up for Daphne at the drug store. She ran some errands for me last week." Martin: "Nice. What are they, sapphires?" Frasier: "Yes dad, I always buy precious stones at the same counter I pick up corn pads and Wart Be-Gone!" (Season 5 episode Roz and the Schnoz)
    • Wise Girl Maithusian Lozenges
        • Sponsor of NWNW, New World Networks, the network on the stereo while Caxton and Jill eat dinner at the restaurant in Hagerstown. "Remember, friends, every wise girl uses Wise Girls. Easy to carry, pleasant to take, guaranteed no-fail, and approved for sale without prescription under Public Law 1312, Why take a chance on old-fashioned, unesthetic, harmful, unsure methods? Why risk losing his love and respect?"
    • 'Sorb
        • Class 4 medicinal opiate that Tiger enjoys while living in Stu Camillo's compound. (Season 2 episode The Last Horchata)

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