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PostPosted: Mon Mar 23, 2015 11:34 am 
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I am currently tapering off Subutex and am not looking forward to actually stopping. Even the smallest amount helps. I am thinking about purchasing Calm Support or Elimidrol but am wondering if either work at all? Anyone tried anything like this that will help me?


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 23, 2015 12:13 pm 
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Sorry, I don't have any experience with these. Are these similar to the ingredients in withdrawal ease? I haven't heard great things about that particular supplement, but mostly because it's so expensive and it doesn't help nearly as much as they claim. I think with any of these types of supplements you just need to stick to something affordable. That way if you only get a small amount of relief it won't be a huge waste of money.

There are some tried and true herbal things that we recommend a lot, but even those don't seem to help everyone.

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Thank you. I looked for "real" reviews online but couldn't seem to find any. The testimonials are convincing but I have seen other products say they work and they don't. I have currently been taking a little over 1mg a day for a while now and I know this needs to stop.


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I looked into calm support for a while and ended up researching each of the ingredients, and buying the ones I thought I needed individually instead of getting their proprietary mixture. Reason being, I think some are unnecessary for suboxone but not for other opiates. It's also extremely expensive. The guy has some good advice to some degree, but I think you'd be better off with the thomas recipe, or building your own list personally.


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Thank you evolved revolver. What is the Thomas recipe? What ingredients did you find to help you? Thank you so much!!!


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