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NeuroBar Development: The NeuroShots

Over the years, various nations gradually legalized all drugs, creating official centers for addicts and the curious.

Like drug casinos, anyone could go to them and consume drugs in a measured and controlled manner. And, in order not to hurt susceptibilities, the words “drug” and “drug addict” were no longer used in a derogatory manner.

For a brief period, everything seemed to be going perfectly, a progressive and humanistic initiative to not discriminate against anyone in society. The idea was that, if they were converted into substances of common use, drug trafficking would cease to be a massive problem, and new economies could be fostered.

Well, that all went down the drain when the situation inevitably became untenable. Who would have thought that something like this would blow up in the face of governments and countries in general?

What happened?

NeuroBar is characterized by a pessimistic approach to humanity and its ability to ruin all that is good.

In the case of these controlled environments to provide drugs to the people, they worked for a while, let’s say, quite well. However, there was a sector of the population that did not agree with the initiative: the drug dealers and producers. No druglord wanted to be accountable to the state… and then there were the politicians who benefited from drug trafficking.

Of course, no official wanted to pay the political cost of opposing the “casinos”, so the fight had to be fought in the shadows.

New drugs began to emerge, more potent, with different effects, at more accessible prices and in greater quantities than those provided by the state. Competition became incredibly unfair, and no government could cope with the rapid response of the drug market.

When it became evident that for the state it meant more losses than profits, the drug centers were dismantled little by little… with the problem that now there was an exaggerated and uncontrolled amount of drug addiction networks.

What was the solution?

This is where Neuroshots come in. We won’t really call them a “solution” to the problem, but we can say that they came pretty close.

An anonymous group of scientists studied exactly what chemical reactions were produced in the brain by each of the drugs in circulation. They studied in depth and researched addictions to exhaustion.

Thus, they found a way to inject into the body the same neurotransmitters that the brain secretes with the chemical reaction produced by any drug or addiction.

All this without exhausting the brain or making the body dependent on the substance. A heroin addict needs more and more heroin to reach the state of ecstasy he seeks; a neuroshots user needs only a small dose, always producing the same effect.

And was this not exploited?

Oh, of course it was. Did you expect anything else?

In essence, people also became hyper-dependent on neuroshots. To an alarmingly chaotic level, if you will.

Eventually, they coded the neuroshots so that they could only provide one injection per day, assuming that users would use it only when necessary. They added restrictions such as clearances by specialized doctors and a whole pile of other things.

But like any electronic device, it was susceptible to being breached. Hacked, if you want to put it simply.

Not only that, the drug masters found a way to use the syringes to administer not only neuroshots, but other substances as well.

But, don’t worry, governments will deny that all this is real, that it is nothing more than mass hysteria. If you need to relieve your anxiety or stress, turn to Neuroshots – you won’t be disappointed!

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