Where there is a venom, there is a cure.

Since it has been out for so long I say there should be a way to cure Nebulus Plus.  Even if someone says it is totally disbanded, there should still be a cure for it because it has been in the public for so long.
I have continuously been about destroying Nebulus Plus.  However, since it's out, why can't we have an anti mind ray right at the store?  Somebody has to make money off this chance apart from the dangerous guys, since it's "so safe to use".  However, with that comes all the legalities of creating a product, so perhaps a home remedy is required.  You just got to come back to little old me for the answers, lol.  A giant help was tin foil, for a little while.  Nebulus Plus's terrorism signal can currently tear through a thick layer of aluminum, therefore, I recommend something of a heavier element so that microscopic holes do not appear in your defense.  Lead will work, but the voices are still there a little.  Maybe I did this process wrong?  (By the way, beta and alpha radiation never penetrates aluminum, so be scared for that reason alone.) That is apparently is what happened because two boxes of heavy duty tin foil is not doing its job any longer, but it negated the pain a lot more than expected.
Anyway, Nebulus is all over here.  Just come up with a remedy, because it's out in the population.  It's bad enough for me to say that it needs to be MORE known as opposed to it needing to be a secret, or classified.  It can, really, really hurt you, and most of the dumbasses using it are damaging both themselves and their targets.  Try to place a bunch of metal between you and the beams.  That is what I would do in a radioactive scenario like this one, where the radiation is constant and unstoppable until further notice.  There could be something totally different about it that made it special to keep it from being labeled a radioactive something, but I only wanted to tell you something that works, at least, a little.  Also, sometimes, you DO get a reading off a Geiger counter from it, but, like I said, it isn't a steady constant reading.  Sometimes it's a 20 count, sometimes its a 100 count, sometimes a pop doesn't even come up at all.  I bet it is because it was once government material.