I keep seeing these rapid detox ads popping up and would like some real feedback. From what I've read, they sound pretty gross and extremely expensive. But, I've also read some good stuff. I'd appreciate some details. Thanks, keemo7
I personally have pondered this myself. It is very expensive and it does take away the opiates in you system. But for how long??? You still have to go through the physical side affects and the mental impulse cravings. I am still not sure I would unless I had an unlimited supply of money and a private nurse to help me through the had times. Let me know what you decided... much love kim
I'm with Dave. If addicts could be clean in a few days they would do it. THINK!!! If it sounds too good to be true then it's BS. Someone will come along and say that you can be totally clean in a couple days, 12 hours, or whatever line of nonsense they are feeding addicts these days. It's a freakin money gig. Think about it with your brain! I'll leave it at that ... enough said.
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