Buprenorphine Withdrawal

The cure to snake venom, contains snake venom within it, just as the so-called, cure to opiates in the United States, is a form of opiates. Buprenorphine is the opioid found in drugs such as Suboxone and Subutex and is used to help people detox off short-acting opiates. It is a long-acting opiate that essentially works by binding the receptors together in order to alleviate withdrawal symptoms from opiates such as heroin and oxycontin. Essentially speaking, it is heroin plus crazy glue.

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If the individual is on this drug for to long, they can experience withdrawal symptoms even worse than heroin. It is only intended to be taken for a short period of time (No more than a week tops). Even then, the addict will experience withdrawal symptoms, after the initial detox process. This drug can cause more harm than good when administered by those with poor intent. This can put the addict into an even greater dilemma than they are already in.

There are buprenorphine maintenance programs that will go as far as to keep the individual on these drugs for an eternity. The excuse for this maleficent act is that they are keeping the addicts off the streets.  The reality of the situation is that they are keeping these victims addicted and, in the process, allowing their body, mind, and soul to gradually be destroyed. Coming off this drug is no easy task.

Buprenorphine being a longer-acting opiate, which binds to the receptors, causes tremendous chaos to the addict suffering. The withdrawal symptoms are so bad that some people will switch to a shorter-acting opiate, just to experience a less severe detox process. The entire time the person is on this drug they are living like a zombie and must come off if they wish to reclaim their soul.

14 thoughts on “Suboxone Addiction”

  1. Yep. That is where I am a.it I s so bad that it is better to just ignore it than to face the horrible essence of it. Could I bogaine help me this time?
    Please help if you can. Thank you.

      1. Hi! I l i live in new york can you help me locally? Or will I have to go somewhere? Email me please . Since I can’t get through to you on the phone!

  2. Hello I’ve been on suboxone for 5 years and I’m ready to cut the chain I’m so tired of it controlling my life and I need help, my number is 2016937755

  3. Kristine Thompson

    I’ve been on suboxone for 12 years now and I’m in aa, I have abstained from other drugs and alcohol for 7.5 years I have a sponsor and am working the 12 steps but am being help back by my dependence on stupid suboxone.. I need a way to get off without going into withdrawals for months- I have a 5year old who needs her mom to get off the couch and take care of her.. being “dopesick” from subs isn’t an option AFTER entering a detox facility for a week!
    Please help this is the last step in FINALLY BEING FREE
    Kristin

  4. My situation with 7 years using oxycontin, and other dangerous opiates, and now I have been on buprenorphine/ suboxone for about 5 years… and at 44 years old now,,, It did help in the beginning, and does help, (suboxone) however I am still not free… and the money I spend on suboxone maintenance is ridiculously expensive…
    * Most of all I am not free… I would donate an organ to be free…
    Thank you… I am going to leave my email address. I am in Cleveland Ohio USA.
    I have the financial resources and I want to take the treatment because my life now depends on it…
    I have been studying Dr. Dardashti’s clinic and have been listening to his informative videos, and studying hours or info..
    Hands down I feel I can trust the Dr. and I know he cares about his cause….
    Thank you,
    Phil Roharik. 8/31/76 (44 yrs)
    no health issues or problems.
    Waterline0831@gmail.com
    P.S.. I have been ready to come for Healing for a long time now…

  5. Make sure to do your research. The clinics in Mexico are not all the same and it’s important to make sure you research. It is the only regret I have after having attended. It’s advice we should take on every major decision. Find both folks with great experiences as well as those who have not. You can find plenty of both.
    To be fair, look at prices and compare with other resort-like treatment “trials.”
    If something doesn’t feel right, go with your gut.
    Like a doctor, the good ones recommend a second opinion for a serious treatment. This is your life. Watch the videos and do your homework. It speaks for itself.

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