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Month: April 2020

Kratom, Akuamma, Iboga, and More for Addiction Treatments

PLEASE NOTE: The information in this article about the legality of different plant medicines is always changing. Do your research to find out whether the drug laws have changed in relevant countries before visiting these places with any of these substances.   DISCLAIMER: CONSULT WITH A DOCTOR BEFORE DECIDING ON A TREATMENT PLAN FOR DRUG ADDICTION OR ANY OTHER DISEASE. It is always when I’m forced to go off the beaten path with research that I find the most interesting information that everyone should know. I’ve spent a lot of time learning about addiction from an academic point of view, but I’ve never struggled with addiction personally. My husband was addicted to cigarettes when we first met and he really struggled to overcome that addiction. My husband’s first wife was a meth and heroin addict. And my grandfather was an alcoholic, but I was very lucky to grow up in a home that wasn’t in any way afflicted with the challenges of addiction. So, until my daughter married a young man from Burma who quietly (secretively)  nursed an insidious addiction to ya ma (ya ba in Thailand), I had no first-hand experience with the turmoil of addiction not just for the addict themselves but also for families.  Ya Ma (Meth and More) Burma (also known as Myanmar) presents an interesting difficulty in terms of drug addiction. It is one...

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Amino Acid Therapy for Addiction

DISCLAIMER: CONSULT WITH A DOCTOR BEFORE DECIDING ON A TREATMENT PLAN FOR ANY DISEASE. WE’VE INCLUDED LINKS BELOW TO PRODUCTS THAT HAVE A REPUTATION FOR BEING OF HIGH-QUALITY AND APPROPRIATE FOR HOLISTIC TREATMENTS. THESE AFFILIATE LINKS HELP FUND THIS WEB SITE AND KEEP IT GOING. Drug addiction is a worldwide problem. Street drugs and prescription drugs disrupt people’s lives in every country in the world. But despite the epidemic proportion of men and women who struggle with addiction in every nation across the globe, treating the drug problem seems to be impossible. Websites urge addicts to enroll in 12 Step Programs and hope for the best. Rehabilitation clinics offer counseling and sterilized environments to try to lure addicts into staying on through painful withdrawal symptoms claiming that in many cases, there’s little that can be done to assist patients with the detoxification process.    The whole drug addiction package seems so bleak. But there are facilities that are trying new things that are worth noting. And as someone who has a family member who struggles with addiction in a country that offers very few options in terms of treatments, I’m very excited to see these alternative treatments emerging and I hope they continue to develop to help people through the detox process and give them hope that they can indeed quit their addiction.  Accessible Alternative Addiction Treatments  Amino acid...

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How to Treat a Cat Bite with MMS and DMSO

Disclaimer: Consult with a doctor before deciding on a treatment plan for coronavirus or any other disease. According to Amazon and other entities, I am required to include the following link to ensure that people have access to the CDC information about Coronavirus. If you’ve been bitten with a cat or a dog and the bite does not involve a lot of blood loss or require stitches or any other kind of emergency intervention, you may be able to treat it at home using DMSO (dimethylsulfoxide) and MMS (Miracle Mineral Solution, aka Chlorine Dioxide). If you don’t already have these items on hand, you’ll need to pursue a different type of treatment. Don’t delay! It’s important that you disinfect the wound immediately and begin applying the DMSO and MMS mixture to your skin right away (I put 6 drops of MMS + 6 drops of activator + 18 drops of DMSO on my wound HOURLY for my treatment + 6 drops of MMS + 6 drops of Activator + 18 drops of DMSO taken internally 3 times during the first 24 hours after the bite). It can take about 96 hours for the immune system to develop a full defense against the pathogens introduced into the wound so you have to be diligent in caring for the wound during this entire time (even at night). Watch for red streaks...

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