Cerebrocreatine

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

Super-Aktion

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.