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Old 26-02-2014, 01:17
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Elimidrol for Opiate Withdrawal?

Hey all!, new member here. Was wondering has anyone tried Elimidrol, supposed to help with withdrawals was curious if anyones actually used it?
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Old 06-03-2014, 02:33
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Re: Elimidrol for Opiate Withdrawal?

You probably figured it out by now. I have used it but I started late in my detox. I could feel it not long after I drank it. It usually made me sleep. Did you try it yet?

Also try Withdrawal Ease. Those vitamins help and are cheaper than buying them separate. I have taken them for months and still do.

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Old 10-03-2014, 04:56
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Re: Elimidrol for Opiate Withdrawal?

Nope i didnt try it yet. . Thanks for responding ) i just seen it online, so i was curious if anyone has tried it, amd how it was, so your saying its worth buying? Thanks

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Old 10-03-2014, 06:14
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Re: Elimidrol for Opiate Withdrawal?

Hi guys… interesting to see this post, was looking for info just a couple weeks ago but couldn't find much. Am actually taking the Elimidrol right now… I’m four days into it and even though I still have some symptoms, I've felt a noticeable difference after taking it. Been using the daytime and nighttime… this is my 3rd go around with withdrawal and they are helping / worth it. I'll try to post an update in a little once I'm able to give it a full try.

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Old 10-03-2014, 18:55
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Re: Elimidrol for Opiate Withdrawal?

That's great badhabit !! I could feel it not long after drinking it. It actually gave me a confortable/relaxed feeling. As I have said other posts, long time users should let this build up in their system for a little while if going cold turkey like I do. The Wthdrawal Ease is the same way. I tried to take it on my first day thinking I would have results ( this was 3 times back). I waited and took it for a couple months going 2 off at times during. Finally I stopped cold turkey and my detox was the mildest so far. Still everyone is different but the vitamins and stuff in both of these are good for you. Its cheaper to by this than each one separate so you get more for your money really. When I was clean for 3 weeks, I still took it and started the Recovery Ease but lapsed with a 10 da binge and back on day 6 now.

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Old 11-03-2014, 01:48
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Re: Elimidrol for Opiate Withdrawal?

Elimidrol did wonders for me. I definitely recommend it. I liked the fact that I could actually feel better each time I took a scoop. Approaching 40 days clean now and I'm not sure if I could have done it without it.

Previously tried the thomas recipe and withdrawal ease, never had luck with either but
my addiction was pretty bad and for many years so maybe that's why.

Wishing you luck

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Re: Elimidrol for Opiate Withdrawal?

I'm glad that people have had success with this. I tried it and used it just twice. On day 2 of cold turkey from a 6yr Percocet habit - 10-15 10's a day, I couldn't keep it down. The taste was so vile, and my stomach so sensitive, I threw up not only the Elimidrol, but anything I managed to eat. I've never tasted anything like it. Thank god for their return policy. $150 for some hope of not suffering was disappointing. I'm now on day 6 and using Valium, Ibuprofen, vitamins... They need to put it in pill form.

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Old 31-07-2014, 05:41
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Re: Elimidrol for Opiate Withdrawal?

Have 5 months sober now and the Elimidrol helped me make it… I took it for the first couple of weeks of withdrawal to help me get through. To me it didn’t taste great but it didn’t taste bad at all, kind of like koolaid but slightly off… if anything the smell was a little worse but still not bad. Either way though the difference it made was great… wishing you guys all the best… know you can do it

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Re: Elimidrol for Opiate Withdrawal?

Elimidrol offers financial assistance for the products. You need to submit proof or income and last years' tax returns. I received a code that allowed me to save 70% or around $52 for the day formula. It took one day for them to approve me.
They also offer a money back guarantee. The details are all on the website but I did send the remainder back for the refund. I could not stomach the taste. No matter what I did (mixed with juice, added extra water, with food, without) it made my stomach sick. It did not taste THAT bad. I think it was just me.
I purchased the product because I knew I was going to run out of my dilaudid early (8mg 4x a day). I ran out Wednesday. It arrived Friday. (I also tried baclofen and neurontin and kratom). Now I have weird reactions to alot of meds. I was a heroin addict 18 years ago so maybe that is why? But so many things have no effect on me....vicodin is like plain tylenol. As is morphine and,percocet. The dilaudid barely works but it makes it tolerable. So while I feel this product will work wonderfully on most people it did not do much for me. It may have helped with the worst of the withdrawal symptoms but I couldn't really tell.
The people at the Sunrise company are wonderful. I would reccomend this company and product.

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Re: Elimidrol for Opiate Withdrawal?

How often do u use the day and nighttime elimidrol daily?

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Re: Elimidrol for Opiate Withdrawal?

It differed during the first few days where there was a couple times I needed an extra dose or two but then one dose of the Day and Night bottles daily did the trick after that.
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Re: Elimidrol for Opiate Withdrawal?

I'm 53 day's clean off of methodone and failed a couple times before trying to quit till I tried elimidrol. It really made the difference. At first I said is it working but I've detoxed and relapsed before and knew the he'll of methodone withdrawal and I'd swear by this about elimidrol. It saved my life no lie. I couldn't have made it without it no lie. In 7 more days I'll be 60 day's clean.

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Oh forgot to mention the taste is horrible in my opinion but it's worth it to make yourself drink it cause with the nighttime during the worst of the detox I was able to sleep 2 to 3 hours which don't sound great but anyone who has detoxed of of methodone knows exactly how horrible it is.

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