- The Washington Times - Wednesday, March 12, 2014

A North Dakota pharmacy has found a way to combat childhood fears by prescribing frightened kids their very own bottle of “Monster Spray.”

Pharmacist Jeff Dodds and his daughter, Josslyn Dodds, are employees at Barrett Pharmacy in Watford City. They created Monster Spray after a friend of another employee complained that her daughter couldn’t sleep because she was afraid of imaginary monsters, ABC News reported.

“Spray around the room at night before bed, repeat if necessary,” the prescription label reads.

“It’s 100 percent safe and it works amazingly,” Miss Dodds said. “It really seems to get rid of the monsters. “

Miss Dodd wouldn’t say what exactly is in the solution that comes in a blue medicine bottle.

A photo of the vial posted on Facebook went viral. Miss Dodd said all the attention has been “overwhelming” but positive, ABC News reported.

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