May 5, 2015

Elimidrol for Opiate Withdrawal

Opiate Pills(Source)
There are some medications that are used to treat pain. These are opium-derived substances collectively know as opiates. Examples of these are Codeine, Vicodin, Hycodan (hydrocodone), MS Contin Kadian (morphine), Oxycontin, Percoset (oxycodone), Dilaudid (hydromorphone), Duragesic (fentanyl) and others.

Though these drugs are used to treat pain, some patients tend to be resistant and needs more dosage than the prescribed. This can lead to addiction and eventually to drug overdose which can cause cardiac or respiratory arrest.

When a patient suddenly stops taking opiates, their body will reacts and will give an uneasy feeling. This is the so-called "opiate withdrawal". Low energy, irritability, anxiety, agitation, insomnia, runny nose, teary eyes, hot and cold sweats, goose bumps, yawning, muscle aches and pains, abdominal cramping, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea are just some of the uncomfortable feeling during withdrawal. This effect may last for weeks or even months.

As of now, there are some products that can help ease the unpleasant feeling. One these is Elimidrol. This product comes in Daytime and Nighttime yielding 28 servings each, enough supply for a 4-week period. It comes in powder form making it more effective than pills and capsules.

Elimidrol is a scientifically formulated detox support supplement that significantly helps reduce the symptoms of opiate withdrawal, both mentally and physically making the process more comfortable.

Its potency and ingredient combination give a very high rate of success in providing the needed comfort during opiate withdrawal.

For more information about the product, how to avail, price and testimonials visit their site at

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