A short-lived over the counter drug from the 1990s, Cliasmol was claimed to cure ‘addiction to Pringles’.

The fact that it is no longer sold can be taken as indicating that one or both of the following is true: that Cliasmol was ineffective as a treatment and thus sold poorly once word got around, or that Cliasmol caused deleterious side effects that made its withdrawal from sale a legal necessity. Sadly, in its absence, the scourge of Pringles addiction continues unabated.

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