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Feeling naughty?

Feeling nice?

Seeing twinkling lights in front of the eyes?

Seeing twinkling lights


in front of the eyes?

Rocking sensation?

Ringing of Bublé in the ears?


...it could be Tinsilitus*!

Use HumouraC+C

HumouraC+C acts by blocking the BAH HM-BG gene. When taken for 12 days, it can relieve the pressures of Christmas past and present.

While this disease is entirely made-up, we also do real work to help real people.

While this disease is entirely made-up,


we also do real work to help real people.


Find out more about how we work here


Find out more about how we work here

While this disease is entirely made-up, we also do real work to help real people. Find out more about how we work here

*Disclaimer: Tinsilitus is a fictitious, tongue in cheek campaign that has been developed and paid for by Cuttsy+Cuttsy Ltd, a healthcare communication agency where people matter.

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Prescribing Information:

Please read the Santa Product Characteristics (SPC) before prescribing. Presentation: HumouraC+C 25mg soft capsules each containing 25mg of gingerbread. Indication: HumouraC+C is indicated for the treatment of adults with Tinsilitus. Dosage and administration: The recommended dose is 50mg gingerbread (two 25mg capsules) as a single oral daily dose for 12 days. For further details please refer to the SPC. Precautions and warnings: Care should be used in administering HumouraC+C to patients with repeat appearances on the naughty list or who have had limited exposure to glitter. Caution is required with patients with severe tightness of the wallet as unwillingness to purchase presents was not tested in this patient population. Caution is required in patients with a family history of sleeping after meals. Side effects: Singing on strangers doorsteps1; pulling of explosive paper tubes2; cutting down trees and bringing them inside3; believing one man can visit every child in the world in one night4; thinking that standing on two thin metal blades on ice is a good idea5; encouraging children to write letters to a stranger6; making house-like structures from baked goods7.

Please refer to the SPC for further details of other side effects. Price: A good deed. Legal category: POM.
MA number: CC 2512/2018

Disclaimer: Tinsilitus is a fictitious, tongue in cheek campaign that has been developed and paid for by Cuttsy+Cuttsy Ltd, a healthcare communication agency where people matter.

PI information is available from:
Latitude: 90° 00' 0.00" N Longitude: 0° 00' 0.00" E (North Pole)

Date of prep: December 2018
DEC/25/2018/HOLly


References

1. Carol singer, a member of a group of people who go from house to house singing carols at Christmas

2. Christmas cracker: A cracker consists of a segmented cardboard tube wrapped in a brightly decorated twist of paper with a prize in the central chamber, making it resemble an oversized sweet-wrapper. The cracker is pulled apart by two people, each holding an outer chamber, causing the cracker to split unevenly and leaving one person holding the central chamber and prize. The split is accompanied by a mild bang or snapping sound produced by the effect of friction on a shock-sensitive, chemically impregnated card strip

3. A Christmas tree is a decorated tree, usually an evergreen conifer such as spruce, pine, or fir or an artificial tree of similar appearance, associated with the celebration of Christmas

4. Santa Claus, also known as Saint Nicholas, Kris Kringle, Father Christmas, or simply Santa, is a legendary figure originating in Western Christian culture who is said to bring gifts to the homes of well-behaved ("good" or "nice") children on Christmas Eve

5. Ice skating is the act of motion by wearer of the ice skates to propel the participant across a sheet of ice

6. Writing letters to Santa Claus has been a Christmas tradition for children for many years. These letters normally contain a wish list of toys and assertions of good behaviour

7. A gingerbread house is a novelty confectionery shaped like a building that is made of cookie dough, cut and baked into appropriate components like walls and roofing. The usual material is crisp ginger biscuit made of gingerbread – the ginger nut. Another type of model-making with gingerbread uses a boiled dough that can be moulded like clay to form edible statuettes or other decorations. These houses, covered with a variety of candies and icing, are popular Christmas decorations