Each 500mg tablet of Zeezumrazzumprofen contains 250mg of Zeezumrazzumol HCl, 100mg of Zeezumrazzumate-50, and 150mg of good old fashioned chalk.
Zeezumrazzumprofen is recommended for children who show low levels of Jellorazzumcaltrate.
- Zeezumrazzumprofen may cause Colourblindness, Hyperactivity, Lethargy, Deactivation of Sweat Glands, Abnormal Heartbeat, a Desire to Tapdance, Deterioration of the Sense of Humour, and Miscarriage of Justice. Serious side-effects include ADHD, Puddin' Pops, Grumpiness, Retirement, Urkel, and Uncontrollable Chuckling and or Giggling.
- Zeezumrazzumprofen should not be used by anybody over the age of 5, or under the age of 55, as in these age groups it may induce early-onset Old Codger Syndrome and Type II Cootiness.
- The new Zeezumrazzumprofen suppository has fewer side effects, usually limited to: Rectal bleeding and severe projectile anal leakage ( See: Nozzle Failure ).