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Pain Free Heroin Addiction

Pain-Free Heroin (Opiate) Addiction Never again suffer through Unnecessary Opiate Withdrawals!!
 ( This Information is for Educational purposes only and the author of this blog accepts no liability for any harm to ones health or any legal trouble that acting on this blogs info might cause you. Always check with a doctor before making any health choices and don't break laws)

  So to begin my name is Michael and I've been an opiate addict for 15+ years. Very few of those 15+ years I would describe as pain free from physical pain or mental anguish caused from not having access to enough opiates or enough cash to obtain said opiates. That is until just recently I have been able to take my knowledge of what OTC and RX meds can help to rid oneself of opiate withdrawals and combine all those meds into a working regimen or schedule that can not only guarantee you can remain an opiate addict without worrying about withdrawals but will also help you afford your opiates of choice without…

Ibogaine / Ayahuasca / DMT

Ibogaine / Ayahuasca / DMT Heroin addiction is blamed on human weakness and social problems and addicts are labeled as criminals. But it is now known that some humans suffer from a lack of natural opiates in the brain, which causes them to seek the illegal remedy of heroin. They are not really criminals; they just need medical supplements. Unfortunately, our lack of awareness sees heroin only as a moral issue, so the long-term solution to addiction, like a DMT (dimethyltryptomine), or a morphine supplement taken daily, is not allowed in our society. I don’t mean methadone that is sometimes prescribed, as a heroin substitute after a person is addicted, but a supplement that is given those that have an on-going opiate deficiency in their system, before they become addicted. It makes me sad because almost all our psychological pain is treatable and yet many of the treatments are forbidden to us. It is known that that one drink of the African, tribal medicine ibogaine (see below…

Gabapentin - The miracle drug

Gabapentin  (Neurontin)

    Gabapentin was initially synthesized to mimic the chemical structure of the neurotransmitter gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA), but is not believed to act on the same brain receptors. The mechanism of action that leads to its rapidanalgesic effect is simply unknown. 
   So now that you know a little bit about Gabapentin let me tell you how this drug can save you from the worst part of opiate withdrawals (being the first three days) Gabapentin when taken at high doses (1800 mg - 3600 mg) will completely take away the discomfort of withdrawals. The only problem with the drug is you build up a tolerance fast. On the first day start with 1800 mg, the second day 2400 mg and on the third day 3600 mg. After the third day gabapentin will do you no good. Not only does it help with withdrawals but it makes you feel good, more social, lights seem brighter, basically it's a good time. Gabapentin is prescribed a lot for a lot of off label uses (uses not approved by the FD…

Kratom & Phenibut

(The Opiate That Wasn't But You'd Never Know)

     Another great way to beat opiate withdrawals is with kratom. Kratom behaves as a μ-opioid receptor agonist like morphine but doesn't depress your respiratory system like Opiates. I've used kratom extensively myself, both to hold off opiate withdrawals and as a work-aid / pain reliever. Many people will make a tea out of the kratom but take it from me it tastes terrible. I've found the best way to take kratom is in capsules, you can buy capsules of kratom online or at headshops but this is very expensive. The most economical way to purchase kratom is to buy powdered kratom online and buy empty capsules either online or from your local health food store and cap them up yourself. I recommend buying the '00' size capsules as you'll have to take less of them at a time. a normal dose is going to be four '0' size capsules or two '00' capsules. Not only will kratom stop withdrawals in it…

Loperamide (Opiate) Withdrawal Cure

Let me just start by saying that I have personally struggled with opiate addiction for over 10+ years now. Everything I include in this blog will be from my own past attempts to survive opiate withdrawals. I am not a doctor and will take no personal responsibility for any harm that may result from people recreating my experiments and methods. That being said let's get right into how to use Loperamide (Imodium) and other OTC items to completely chase away those terrible opiate withdrawals.

  Now as some of you may or may not know Loperamide is an opioid-receptor agonist and acts on the μ-opioid receptors in the myenteric plexus of the large intestine; the problem is however that by itself it does not affect the central nervous system because it is unable to cross the Blood Brain Barrier (BBB). To fix this problem you will need the following items.

1. Loperamide (Obviously) 72ct - 2mg generic lope tablets cost $4.98 at my Wal-mart

2. Cimetidine 200ct - generic(Tagamet) 200mg  is $…