So, if you suffer from Philodendronomatopoeia, then take Nebulous.
But Nebulous isn’t for everyone. Do not take Nebulous if you are pregnant or are nursing, or may become pregnant, or may have impregnated someone, or have impregnated someone, or if you have bladder problems, dandruff, liver disease, eye, ear, nose or throat disease, glaucoma, open sores, closed sores, cold sores, hot sores, flat feet, athlete’s feet, crow’s feet, heartburn, heart ache, heart break, acky breaky heart, chest pain, back pain, front pain, side pain, leg cramps, stomach cramps, stomach ulcers, trouble swallowing, kidney problems, low blood pressure, high blood pressure, no blood pressure, and work pressure. You should not take Nebulous if you are thin, fat, tall, or short, or if you drink alcohol, milk, or water.
Possible side effects may include upper belly pain, lower belly pain, hot flashes, leg cramps, swelling of the feet, legs, and ankles, shortness of breath, dizziness, irritability, nausea, weight loss, decreased appetite, dry mouth, potty mouth, trouble sleeping, projectile vomiting, loss of bladder control, constipation, diarrhea, pain in extremities, upset stomach, hallucinations, fever, disorientation, unexplained confusion, low blood count, severe bone, joint, and/or muscle pain, ear lobe bleeding, heart attack, stroke, poor blood circulation throughout your body, coughing up blood, bad breath, loss of sexual function, memory loss (a good thing considering the loss of sexual function), severe rashes, uncontrollable desire to eat pistachio ice cream, body odor, fainting, inability to solve polynomials, trouble concentrating, Restless Legs Syndrome, heat prostration, salary compression, blurred vision, increased sweating, inability to turn in class assignments on time, and allergic reactions to air, water, and food.