New Opiate Addiction Relief Capsules Sale
By Always Be Healthy From United States
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A Proprietary Blend of:
Astragalus, N-acetyl Cysteine, Green Tea, Ellagic Acid (Pomegranate), Red Yeast Rice, Tumeric (Curcumin), CoQ10, Vitamin D3 and Natural Rice Flour.
Withdrawal symptoms can be brutal and natural remedies can help
The United States is facing a nationwide epidemic of opioid and opiate addiction (and subsequent opiate withdrawal), with nearly 100 Americans dying a day from such drug abuse. Opiates are drugs derived from opium (e.g., morphine and codeine) and opioids are synthetic versions of these drugs (e.g., Vicodin and Percocet), although in popular culture these terms are used interchangeably. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), opioid-related deaths have quadrupled in the past 18 years.
In the late 1990s, pharmaceutical corporations promoted prescription opiates as the solution to America’s physical pain. As a result, many people found themselves taking prescribed opiods regularly — and eventually wound up addicted.
Fighting Opiate Withdrawal
Part of the opiate crisis stems from the immense challenge of overcoming opiate addiction, due to a painful and exhausting withdrawal process. There are a number of unpleasant symptoms that take a physical and emotional toll.
Opiate withdrawal symptoms usually include:
• Extreme cravings and excessive irritation.
• Chills, shakes, and hot and cold flashes.
• Diarrhea, queasiness, and nausea.
• Depression and uncontrolled anger.
• Muscle pain, cramps, and bone and body aches.
• Insomnia and restless leg syndrome.
• Flu-like symptoms, e.g., feeling sick all over.
• High blood pressure