One of the best anti-arrhythmia drugs on the market, Plomox is priced accordingly – that is, ludicrously high – by its manufacturer, with a markup in the region of 600%.

For that reason, and because it can have deleterious side effects, such as nausea, impotence, anal leakage, and causing hypertension when administered to diabetics, most doctors have a love-hate relationship with the drug. They love how effective it is, but they hate that its prohibitively high cost places it out of reach for many patients who might otherwise benefit from it. The company that created Plomox is facing a lawsuit over the drug, but few details of the case’s specifics are known.

Related Drugs: Cloveritol.


Little is known of the drug Cloveritol, even among medical professionals. While many of them are happy to push it (as a result of the generosity of the company that produces it), its effect on patients remain unclear.

The slogan of Cloveritol is “When life’s not fair at all, use Cloveritol,” suggesting that it may be an upper of some sort, possibly a mood stabiliser, but it’s impossible to say for sure.

Related Drugs: Plomox.