This page is dedicated to sources regarding addition, as well as holistic products associated with recovery and rebuilding. Medical and FDA Disclaimers Below.
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List of Detox Herbs
Websites for General Addiction Knowledge
Support Groups on Facebook
List of Detox Herbs:
These can be ingested/sold in various ways. Could be used as food additives (purchased fresh), supplements (capsules from your pharmacy), or teas (some of these would not taste well as teas). Check out Purchasing FAQs for our recommendations on how to research and purchase these items, and also check out Products for more information into the various holistic products explored on this website; including Vitamins, Supplements, Teas, and Essential Oils.
Gut Health, Detox
More about dandelion:
For gut healing
For liver support
Acetylcystein: N-Acetyl L-Cysteine
For gut health. Protects the liver from toxicity.
for the gut, increasing white blood count in the sick. It’s a temperamental algae. Take the time to find a quality source. Chlorella includes amino acids, vitamins, pep-tides, proteins, sugars, and nucleic acids.
for the gut. Folate is a B vitamin needed to form healthy cells especially red cells. Foods that contain folic acid; spinach, lentils, and garbanzo beans. Commonly used by recovering alcoholics. Good for gut issues, liver disease, and kidney function.
broken down / concentrated form of folic acid
For Mood, serotonin producer
For mood and energy
All the B vitamins and Folic Acid:
For Energy and rebuilding
Typical B Vitamins; Thiamin, Riboflavin, Niacin
Helps regulate a ton of bodily functions; heart, brain, gut. Known to help with anxiety, digestion, pain, muscle aches, neurological issues, etc etc
Magnesium deficiency and Addiction:
For clarity, energy, purification, and cleansing. Try lemon, orange, tangerine, and or grapefruit.
For depression, alertness, blood flow.
antidepressant, antioxidant, antiseptic, gut health
For fatigue, energy, immune booster.
Balance and Purification:
For relaxing, balance. Works for some with sensitive skin.
Tea Tree Oil:
Good for cleansing. Also known for mood booster, anti-bacterial, removal of bio-films.
Any tree oil; spruce, Pine, Cedar, for mood boosters. Evergreen Essence Sold by Young Living.
For purification, cleansing, and emotional balance.
Functions of the gut
The following is a small collection of top-notch websites on Addiction.
Alcohol Rehab Guide:
Informative website on Alcoholism, available services to those in need, and how to find the right one for you! A true .org website on alcoholism. Check it out!
More about this website:
Addiction Center, information on drug and alcohol addiction. Comprehensive list of treatment centers:
HALT stands for Hunger, Anger, Loneliness, and Tiredness. Its about maintaining a life in recovery through self-care and self-awareness.
Drug or alcohol abuse assessment tool from AlcoholandDrugClass.com:
Very informative website; MARR Additcion Treatment Centers:
The three C’s of addition:
I didn’t’ CAUSE it.
I can’t CONTROL it.
I can’t Cure it.
Loss of CONTROL over the amount and frequency of use.
CRAVING and COMPULSIVE using.
Continued use in the face of adverse CONSEQUENCES.
Another very informative website; DrugFree.org Trying to help a friend or family member?:
Another facility option with an informative website; TreatmentSolutions.com:
Great Youtube video on Addition. (2min. 46sec)
The Disease of Addiction: Genetics & Recovery:
Long but informative. 1hour and 12min approx.
Is Addition Really A Disease?:
Support Groups on Facebook
Affected by Addiction Support Group
Dope Free Ballers Sober Shot Callers
The Addict’s Mom
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