Neurotriptyline is the drug administered to PDS sufferers, it is injected from the base of the neck with a syringe in the form of a green liquid.
- Rebuilds brain cells
There are also negative side-effects that come with Neurotiptyline, such as:
- Vivid dreams
- Involuntary recurrent memories
- Panic attacks
These negative side-effects, though inconvenient, are optimistically considered to be a positive sign by doctors. Their presence means that the PDS sufferer is recovering, that their body is responding.
Essentially the same as the original Neurotripyline, just a stronger dosage.
- Decreased feelings of anxiety and nervousness
- Lengthened sleep duration
- Less interpersonal distress
By series 2, Amy experiences uncontrollable shaking in her hand. Seeing the doctor about this he sees that Amy has a outdated prescription which Amy replies is because she has been taking some which was made and supplied by the Undead Liberation Army. The doctor scoffs at the idea of making Neurotryptyline, arousing suspicion to what Amy has really been taking.
Whereas proper Neurotriptyline is green, this version is orange.
These have been experienced and seen to have many effects on Amy, while not being the cause of them allows aspects of becoming a rabid to be felt by a PDS Sufferer.
- Uncontrollable shaking / thrashing
- Black tears
- Loss of memory