Subject: Been thinking...
Posted on: 2022-01-14 16:40:02 UTC
If Bleeprin is "brain bleach with asprin" and Suebuprofen is "brain bleach with ibuprofen," then what's brain bleach withTylenol?
Wait. Tylenol is trademarked.
Well, Tylenol's active ingredient is paracetamol (known as acetaminophen in the US. I remember Mom saying that she was allergic to acetaminophen) so... Bleeptamol? Bleepamol?
Bleepamol looks more pleasing to my eye. Paracetamol appears to be "inferior to ibuprofen" in terms of fever reduction and post-surgical pain, but may help with migranes and headaches (what we're looking for). It is the most commonly used medication in the US and Europe for pain and fever. It is stronger than ibuprofen when combined with ibuprofen.
So, may I suggest Bleepamol (bleach with paracetamol) and Suebumol (suebuprofen and paracetamol, or ibuprofen with Bleepamol)?
(Edit: Forgot my sign-off.)