Deadly Nightshade Hits RX Market

wtfIn what is probably the most bizarre prescription drug to ever be made available since the creation of the FDA, Paddock Labs has introduced an opium / deadly nightshade (Atropa belladonna) combo suppository. If you’re like me then you are probably thinking, what type of illness would I need in order to get a script from my Doc so I can shove DEADLY nightshade up my butt?

With all of the recent raids by the FDA regarding the supplement industry it makes me wonder if they have been too busy to keep track of what is going on in the RX world. I cant for the life of me (and believe me Ive been thinking very hard as well as talking to a good friend about it) think of a single illness that the FDA would agree this product could treat, let alone how this drug passed various rounds of clinical testing in order to get approval for use as a drug.

I would love to get more in depth on this drug combo but because I cant actually believe that a drug company or the FDA would sell a product that would be best used for being high while you attempted to kill yourself its hard to take it seriously. In this instance I would recommend not PIITB.

Maybe the site was hacked and this is a huge joke? If anyone has any suggestions as to the use of this drug I would love to hear them. Comments are open.

http://www.anthonyroberts.co.za/2009/12/paddock-labs-introduces-new-belladonnaopium-suppositories/

http://www.paddocklabs.com/

http://www.paddocklabs.com/forms/Corporate/BOAnnouncement.pdf

About the Author

Matt Cahill has worked extensively in the nutritional supplement field, and is the former CEO of Designer Supplements. During his time in the field has researched and developed prohormones, testosterone boosters, and other related compounds, both for his own company and others.