A Must Have Presciption

For patients with lack of joy due to depression or outside influences, negative environments and attitudes, and/or unhappiness related to self-serving, self-will, and any self words that focuses on problems not solutions.

Recommended dosage
Take this medication every 2 to 3 hours for extreme cases, 4-6 hours for moderate cases, and 2 times daily for generally good humor patients.
Laugh hard from lower abdomen, (deep belly laugh). Do this medication for no particular reason. DO NOT STOP TAKING MEDICATION!

From Ye Olde Shoppe of Remedy
“A happy heart is a good medicine and a cheerful mind works healing, but a broken spirit dries the bones.” Prov.17:22
“A glad heart makes a cheerful face…Prov 15: 13a
…he who has a glad heart has a continual feast [regardless of circumstances] ” Prov. 15:15b AMP.

This medication can be taken with or without food but is not recommended while drinking milk. This medication does not cause drowsiness.

Side effects may include: 
feelings of well-being, euphoria, constant smiling for no apparent reason resulting in sore jaws, a loss of depression, a loss of desperate feelings of worthlessness, easing of tenseness and misery, and is highly addictive and extremely contagious.
If these symptoms continue, call your Doctor immediately and relate some Physician one-liners, i.e. Patient: Doctor, everywhere I take my finger and touch my body, it really hurts…why? Doctor: You have a broken finger.

Additional info regarding this medicine
If you are having trouble starting this medicine, go to the mirror and take a look, or try to remember teenage expectations about life, or preconceived notions regarding personal uniqueness. Laughing for no reason may cause the patient to seem insane, so be sure to keep this web address for verification that you are whacked in the head and they can become nuts too by simply reading this post and using this medication.

Start medicine immediately.

Thanks for reading, God bless and keep you all.

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