Effects: immediately blocks ability to fantasize. Combines well with directalis in controlling daydreaming and other digressive diseases.
Side effects: may produce (especially without concomitant administration of secondary medication) severe anxiety related to the unmediated perception of total unbuffered reality.
Contraindicated: in chronic cases requiring prolonged administration. For immediate intervention only.
Typical abuse: Blakean mystics, poets, economists, and other incurable fantasists often administer ontolophene sulfate (slang name "Man From Porlock") intravenously to themselves and their colleagues, with or without knowledge of same.
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