Puridone Might Be the Answer For Three-Fourths of the Prescription Drug Abusers in the U.S. - Vicodin, Oxycodone, and Percocet

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Vicodin, Oxycodone, and Percocet represent three-fourths of the dependent prescription drug users who are in the U.S. but there might be a way for users to lessen the withdrawals enough to taper back and come off. The recent clinical study conducted with the Puridone Program reveals this could be great news for millions of Americans.

Dr. Weprin, M.D. Board Certified in Gastroenterology

The Puridone study is undeniable and should bring hope to those suffering from painkiller addiction.

Vicodin, Oxycodone, and Percocet are three of the most popular painkillers used today, routinely prescribed for the management of moderate to severe pain after injuries, surgeries, and for chronic pain. All three are extremely addictive and represent three-fourths of the overall problem of prescription drug abuse in the United States.

Doctors and rehabilitation therapists commonly report that prescription painkiller dependance is one of the most difficult addictions to treat, with suffers experiencing difficult and uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms, including:

  • Agitation
  • Anxiety
  • Panic attacks
  • Constipation
  • Nausea
  • Insomnia
  • Muscle and bone pain
  • Muscle weakness
  • Abdominal cramping
  • Flu-like symptoms, including fevers

Conventional treatment usually requires an individual to spent time in a residential facility for detox, in the hopes that removing the person from their daily life will allow them to focus on recovery. However, relapse rates for these facilities are extremely high, because going back to day to day life can entail a return to the same stress that encouraged the drug use in the first place. To recovery from their addiction, addicts need something that can help them cope with their withdrawal in a real way.

Puridone is the answer. In research for nearly a decade, Puridone is a unique, synergistic blend of 14 herbs, and 23 vitamins and minerals, carefully calibrated to help with the physical and mental effects of drug withdrawal. Each ingredient has been carefully selected because of its ability to enhance the detoxification and coping mechanisms of the body, allowing a true and long-lasting recovery to take place.

In addition to using only the best ingredients, Puridone also uses nano-technology to increase absorption rates by up to 400%. The material used to create these nano-particles is made from all-natural plant lipids, which the body simply metabolizes as any other food. The formula is entirely safe, and completely effective.

In contrast to tradition treatment that requires an expensive stay away, Puridone can be used safely at home. Puridone was tested in a clinical study involving over five dozen people, and the results speak for themselves:

  • participants reported increased mental alertness, a 75% increase.
  • participants reported decreases in levels of stress, a 70% improvement.
  • participants experienced increased energy levels, and 81% improvement.
  • participants reported improvements in sleep, a 64% improvement.

Dr. Larry Weprin, Board Certified in Gastroenterology, says this about the program, "The Puridone study is undeniable and should bring hope to those suffering from painkiller addiction."

Not a single study participate reported any negative effects from their use of Puridone. And patients taking Puridone aren’t just feeling better, they’re actually becoming physically and mentally healthier. Puridone has been shown to improve hepatic and renal function, help to maintain adrenal function, and increase vitality and the ability to withstand stress. Anyone in a weakened state can benefit greatly from Puridone.

Causing more overdoses than heroin or cocaine combined, painkillers are a major danger to both adults and teens. Among people using drugs for the first time, the most popular substances were marijuana and prescription painkillers. The use and abuse of these drugs is also climbing among older people. Puridone is the way out of the detox-and-relapse cycle, providing real hope to the millions of Americans addicted to painkillers.

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