Advil is not a drug that produces intoxicating effects; it is a non-narcotic pain reliever with analgesic properties identical to its generic version, ibuprofen. It is primarily useful for treating fever, mild pain and swelling, according to Drugs.com.
Ibuprofen has no hallucinogenic or narcotic properties. Possible mild side effects include dizziness and blurred vision, but these are not common and are not accompanied by feelings of euphoria. This drug is found in some prescription pain relievers that contain narcotics, but it does not produce any narcotic effects on its own, notes Drugs.com.
It is possible for a person to encounter serious side effects if too much of this drug is taken. These include hearing loss, liver damage, kidney damage and internal bleeding due to stomach damage.