Are you or a loved one ready and willing to quit opiates, change the addictive behavior, and live a normal life again. Learn how you can assist yourself or a friend in the process of curing opiate addiction. More here.
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Methadone use for addiction is a controversial issue. More on how methadone work on a physical level in the brain, with a section for your questions at the end.
Methadone can be prescribed for pain by a licensed physician in the U.S. However, when methadone is used as an opiate/opioid substitution therapy, practitioners are required to be registered with the DEA as a Narcotic Treatment Program (NTP). More on the legal distribution of methadone here, with a section for your questions at the end.
Yes, Subutex actually delays withdrawal from stronger drugs like oxycodone, hydrocodone, or heroin. More on how Subutex works in the brain here.
Yes, Vivitrol helps with cravings for alcohol and opiates/opioids. More on how Vivitrol (naltrexone) works in the body here.
Yes, methadone lessens the symptoms of opiate withdrawal blocks the effects of opiate drugs. More on how methadone can help with withdrawal here.
Bunavail contains 2 medicines: buprenorphine and naloxone. Dependence to Bunavail can develop, even at regular doses if taken for a long time, and withdrawal symptoms will occur upon cessation. But is this addiction? Read more here.
Buprenorphine, a main ingredient in Bunavail, can be detected for up to two weeks at typical doses. However, the detection timeline can vary considerably depending on the dosage and individual metabolism. More here on Bunavail’s elimination from the body here.
Can nutritional supplements really help during opiate withdrawal? We speak with the manufacturer of Elimidrol about how this product works, its safety, and efficacy here.