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PostPosted: Thu Mar 11, 2010 11:40 am 
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Hey Everyone,

Just a little information about myself...I have been on Sub for right about 5 Months now and everything has been great. It really has turned my life around dramatically and for that I am forever grateful. But like most us, I want to get off the stuff and be able to function normally "chemical free" (something I haven't been for 4 years now).

I am prescribed 12 MGs a day, but never take near that much. I usually average 3-4 mgs a day, sometimes even less than that because of the half life on these bad boys. I have been through withdrawals many many times over the past 4 years, either by trying to quit or by just running out of Oxy.. I plan on tapering down as low as i can get over the next few weeks and then jump off.. Enough rambling, this is where my original questions comes in...

Has anyone tried Withdrawal-Ease natural supplements for your withdrawal symptoms??? I ordered a months supply just to try it out... Just wondering if I just spent $80 for some expensive piss or if this stuff actually helps?

Any feedback would be awesome.

I wish each and everyone one of you the best of luck with your addiction. Whether you are still stuck in the cycle, are in Sub Maintenance, or are living a post-sub life, addiction is the hardest thing we will ever overcome.. But all of us have the power to beat it.. Slow and steady, day by day, we will beat this shit.

Thanks.

J in VA


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I found this forum http://www.medhelp.org/posts/Addiction- ... ow/1013824
The general concensus seems to be yes, it's a waste of cash.


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Ya, that's what i figured. I'll let everyone know if I think it helps at all - but for now, save your money.


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