Placynoloufen is an American based drug advertised for curing symptoms of nausea, diarrhea, headaches, heartburn, fever, allergies, cough, colds, and the chicken pox. The active ingredient in Placynoloufen is glusugarcose, chemical formula, C6H12O6. The brand name “Placynoloufen” is owned by McDernald Allied Healthcare and has been so since 1984.
Stanley J. Moneybags, a healermedicineologist, was feeling all of the symptoms noted above. His illness lasted two weeks, one of which he had to spend in the hospital due to his chronic bowel expulsions. Vowing that no one should ever go through what he had to deal with, Moneybags did extensive research, searching for a drug that could deal with all of the symptoms. His research coming up empty, he decided to chemically engineer a drug himself. Eventually in his home garage lab, he came up with the chemical formula C6H12O6, also known as glusugarcose. Glusugarcose was well known throughout the neighborhood until McDernald Allied Healthcare, in 1984, bought the chemical formula, renaming it to Placynoloufen.
On February 14th, 2002, 367,000 young men across the nation felt a great reduction in swag. The reduction in swag was connected to the ingestion of Placynoloufen by the young men earlier on in the day. McDernald Allied Healthcare was taken to court, by the FDA, over a course of six years, ending in favor of the FDA, with the reward being 100 trillion dollars.