Counterculture drugmaker spoofs Big Pharma

"Help I can't sleep" and "Help I have a headache" are two products from Help Remedies, which declares its goal is to "make simpler drugs, give them simpler names, and put them in more inviting packaging." The company spoofs both Big Pharma and Western excess while conveying its minimalist, single-API approach to making cures.  Story | Ad

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