I would no longer consider methadone to be the right treatment for opiate addiction; yes normally people addicted to drugs are depending on methadone to help them get off whatever drug they might be on. A fact about methadone it’s a prescription pain killer used for patients and individuals suffering from chronic pain and also used to treat patients with terminal cancer. Most addicts don’t have a clue that methadone more severe side effects than heroin addiction. Addicts who are dependent on methadone have horrible withdrawal than any other drug available.
Here at Detoxsal we have a medically supervised detox resort on the Pacific Coast of Central America, we also feature a five day Ibogaine drug treatment that helps you become successful in recovering from methadone. Because each patient is unique we here at Detoxsal make sure to treat each patient with undivided attention and making sure you are successful. Here at Detoxsal we want to make sure that while your body is getting rid of all the toxins in your body from methadone that you’re provided with the assistance that you need. We also understand that the methadone withdrawals are extremely intimidating and that’s why we make sure that you feel right at home enjoying the beautiful view here at Detoxsal . if you have any questions and would like to know more please contact us our Phone number: 1.855.553.3869
Pain Free Detox
Unfortunately the detox process is a necessary requirement from your methadone addiction and when you finally overcome your addiction from methadone this when your mind and body is then able to heal. Here at Detoxsal our medical facility is designed specifically for you. We are able to help you overcome your addiction much quicker than you’d be able to normally and this makes you able to then start working on your mind and body while enjoying the peaceful and relaxing view.
Detoxsal is a pain free stress free peaceful and relaxing environment. Our medically supervised facility is made for each unique individual.
Detoxsal phone number: 1.855.553.3869
From Wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ibogaine): While ibogaine’s prohibition in the U.S. has slowed scientific research into its anti-addictive properties, the use of ibogaine for drug treatment has grown in the form of a large worldwide medical subculture. Ibogaine is now used by treatment clinics in 12 countries on six continents to facilitate detoxification and relief of chemical dependence to substances such as methadone, heroin, alcohol, powder cocaine, crack cocaine, and methamphetamine, and to facilitate psychological introspection and spiritual exploration.