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PostPosted: Sat Jul 16, 2016 11:40 am 
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Hello all, been a suboxone user for almost 2 years now and I want to ween myself off in the very near future.
I have heard that elimidrol helps quite a bit, but of course im a little skeptical.

I'm looking to hear any experiences with it and if you would recommend it or not.

Thank you for your time!


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Hey Richard, I used elimidrol when detoxing from subs, I'll tell you it's not some miracle withdrawal cure. It helps treat some of the symptoms and gives your body some of the building blocks it needs to recover, but it's not going to stop the withdrawals. I used it for a week or two but I couldn't get past the taste and texture for me personally I didn't care for it.


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Ok thank you for your response. We're you taking it a week before you jumped off the subs?


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 18, 2016 7:34 pm 
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Cuz don't waste your time with any of this junk. They are snake oil pretending to help. All results are placebo and opinions.. Considering how much money elimidrol and withdrawal ease cost it's fraud.. They are just preying on your fear of withdrawal. Loperamide stops withdrawal much easier then any of these. I know you may not want to take another opiate but don't waste money on any of this.. Trust me. I've bought it all.


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Just checked out their fancy web site... noticed the 'press' section. Just an FYI-- anyone can go to PRWeb or a number of other sites and pay $149 for a 'press release'. You can have it announced at the web sites or news sites of your choice, depending on the package you purchase. I considered using them when I first set up the blog and forum to get links out there.... but it all seemed a bit slippery, so I left it to chance.


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