CVS will begin selling “Pills, Carrots” in July in the U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico.
It will be available in the following locations: Toronto, ON; Calgary, AB; Winnipeg, MB; Edmonton, AB, and Fredericton, NB.
In Canada, the drug will be sold in pharmacies and other health-care settings.
It costs $50 for a box of six pills and $100 for a five-pack.
It is available in select pharmacies, health-related retail outlets and on the CVS website.
“Pill and Carrot” is a registered trademark of CVS Health, Inc. The drug is also the name of the company’s “New Product of the Week” category.
“Old Car” is the brand name of a brand of automobile insurance that was first introduced in 1966.