30 ways – Erase Oxycodone Addiction – Meth Withdrawal

Overcoming Oxycodone Addiction Withdrawal Symptoms:

An important factor in overcoming Oxycodone addiction and the opiate (meth) withdrawal is perseverance and will power.

However, there are many other solutions that can help.

Oxycodone Addiction


There are ways to ease:

  • Oxycodone addiction withdrawal symptoms
  • Percocet withdrawal symptoms
  • Heroin withdrawal symptoms
  • Morphine (Avinza, Duramorph)
  • Demerol withdrawal symptoms
  • Naloxone withdrawal symptoms
  • Oxycontin withdrawal symptoms
  • Hydrocodone withdrawal symptoms …including sub-drugs called:
    •  Lorcet
    • Lortab
    • Norco
    • Vicodin
    • Vicoprofen

…and also to ease:

  • Codine withdrawal symptoms
  • Cocaine withdrawal symptoms
  • Meth withdrawal symptoms (Methamphetamines)

The problem…

Even the drugs doctors prescribe to ease the opiate withdrawal timeline are just trading one drug for another. They can’t be used for years without serious detrimental effects to a body. These include:

  • Buprenorphine, Buprenex (Subutex, Suboxone)
  • Methadone (Dolophine)
  • Naltrexone (Revia)
  • Tramadol

In the cases above, the Opioids are taking the place of the Opiate. They offer a substitute with less harsh side effects, to “wean” you off a particular drug or substance like subutex withdrawal. Here is some information the government gives out about heroin addiction treatments. Sound familiar?

But in reality, it takes years and thousands of dollars. They are just trading one drug for another. They are also addictive.


The natural solutions…

So, I went on a massive search for the best natural remedies for withdrawal symptoms and came up with the following…


#1 Strong sun light…

  • produces the key neurotransmitter, serotonin. It plays an important role in mood and sleep. Great for meth withdrawal.
  • Your body naturally produces Vitamin D when your skin is exposed to sun light. Lack of Vitamin D is a common symptom of depression.

#2 Hot Bath or Shower…

  • Emmersing yourself in a very warm bath almost immediately relieves opiate withdrawal symptoms such as anxiety, muscle spasms, tension, body aches and restless leg syndrome. Be sure to throw Epsom Salt in. It relaxes the nervous system, soothes pain and promotes the production of seratonin in the brain to help you relax from meth withdrawals or Oxycodone addiction… Used in the Thomas Recipe

#3 Sleep a bunch for Subutex withdrawal…

  • It may be hard, but your body and brain needs sleep to heal and repair. You’ve torn down your body and need this time to recover. Your body recovers the most when you sleep. Many of the supplements mentioned here will help you sleep better. There is a hypnosis program for sleep solutions.

#4 Use weights…

  • If you weight train for an hour a day, not only will you feel a lot better, but you will sleep better as well. A good workout will release {Feel Good} Endorphins and Dopamine which in turn help to ease Heroin withdrawal symptoms.


Supplements for Easing Withdrawal…

#5  Phenibut has been shown to:

  • protect against stress from meth withdrawal
  • reduce severity of brain injuries (Tiurenkenov, 2012)
  • reduce anxiety (Tiurenkenov, 2011)
  • modulate the immune system (Samotrueva, 2010).*
  • more info on what it does and dosages …


#6  DLPA – Dl-Phenylalanine

  • Calms Anxiety from withdrawals of Oxycodone addiction
  • Reverses depression
  • Gives natural pain relief
  • Increases endorphin levels significantly
  • More info on DLPA and dosages…

#7  L-Tyrosine…

  • A non-essential amino acid that is found primarily in high-protein foods. It’s converted to L-dopa in the brain and then converts to dopamine, which is a neurotransmitter that is responsible for feelings of pleasure and mental alertness. Taking it during opiate withdrawal can reduce stress and improve mood. More info and dosages


#8  Elimidrol…

  • by Sunrise Nutraceuticals is a scientifically formulated detox support supplement that will provide you with the strength and comfort to successfully overcome opiate withdrawal. It alleviates the intense mental and physical discomfort during withdrawal. More info and dosages..

A short video review about Elimidrol

And another…

#9 Eating well…

Most people who abuse opiates and drugs are deficient in many essential nutrients. Chances are if you abuse opiates you probably ate poorly too. Let’s stay away from fast food, candy and microwavable meals. Eat more protein (meats or fish), fruits, vegetables and vitamins. Do you remember the saying… “You are what you eat”? Your body only has those things that you eat to work with in building and maintaining your body cells.

#10  Vitamins recommended…

Simply a Multi-vitamin with mineral supplements will do. This helps to relieve Restless Leg Syndrome. Just make sure the supplement contains at least 100% RDA of zinc, potassium, phosphorous magnesium and copper.

#11 Hypnosis…

For a heroin addiction, this may be super useful if you don’t have much willpower. The seller says it’s a powerfully focused session which will help you tap into, activate, and amplify the inner resources you need to keep your recovery program on track. Not expensive at all… Read More…

Again our government gives us more ways on how to treat drug addiction here if you want. It’s enough to make your head spin and rather vague.

#12 Acupuncture for meth withdrawal…

An ancient Chinese therapy used to sooth pain and treat stress-related health conditions.

These practitioners believe energy (known as chi) flows through the body along pathways called meridians bringing good health with it. Any blockage of this energy causes illness. Your natural energy can be blocked for any number of reasons. Opiate abuse like Subutex withdrawal can certainly be one of these reasons.

#13 Massage hydrocodone withdrawal symptoms away…

Massages gets deep into your muscle tissue. It will release tightness, pain,  muscle aches and back aches. One symptom of opiate withdrawal is sensitivity to the skin. This makes a massage feel even that much better. You will not regret getting a massage while going through opiate detox.

Herbs for heroin withdrawal symptoms…

#14  Milk Thistle

This herb has great healing properties for the liver. Milk Thistle extract actually has hepato-protective properties which protects the liver cells from damage by internal and environmental toxins. It can be used as a liquid extract, capsule or tablet. The more serious withdrawal recovery case should consider the standardized extract.

#15  Dandelion

This is known as an excellent liver detoxifier and mild diuretic. It increases the flow of bile and encourages both the transportation and transformation of nutrients in the body. Dandelion has been used historically to treat arthritis, liver disorders and gout.

#16  Goldenseal

The American herb Goldenseal is a superior blood and liver detoxifying agent. It’s a natural antibiotic and is known to help reverse liver damage and effectively treat a variety of infections. Do not take this herb by itself in large amounts for an extended period of time for withdrawals of Oxycodone addiction.


#17  Kratom…

This is an herb with pshycoactive effects. These effects can range from stimulation to relaxtion. It is a mu-opiate receptor agonist. This basically means it attaches itself to certain opiate receptors in the brain and stimulates a response that may be mildly similar to opiate-like drugs. More info…

This video is in response to a “big news” video done by a TV news corporation previously… Please be advised, he uses vulgar language about his heroin withdrawal symptoms.

#18  Bupleurum

This is a Chinese herb that has been used for 2,000 years to rehabilitate the liver. Traditionally, they are used for extended periods of time in cases of chronic hepatitis and other liver disorders. It’s extremely important the the liver be cleansed from the toxins created during opiate addiction.

#19  Scullcap

This acts as a nervine tonic. This herb has been used successfully in cases of headaches,depression, anxiety and insomnia. It’s considered one of the preferred herbs to help ease withdrawal symptoms during recovery. It may be taken every couple of hours during the first 72 hours of withdrawal. Scullcap acts as natural anti-inflammatory agent and contains large amounts of flavonoids.

#20  Valerian Root

Valerian root is strong nervine. Extracts of Valerian have been used for centuries to settle cases of anxiety, insomnia, nervous disorders, and depression. It is known to be beneficial for individuals who have a history of drug abuse and also sufferers from various nervous disorders. More info of where to use it in the Thomas Recipe

#21  Ginkgo

This is an outstanding herbal remedy which has been shown to encourage peripheral circulation, improve cellular glucose uptake, scavenge free radicals, improve short term memory, and enhance energy. This is great for the recovering addict who feels that their circulation and memory have been at risk, Ginkgo leaf is a good place to start.

#22  Passion Flower

Passion flower increases brain levels of gamma aminobutyric acid (GABA). Increased GABAl reduces stress/anxiety, is a muscle relaxant and helps you to fall asleep and stay asleep. More on dosages…

#23 Ginger Ale

A natural remedy for stomach pain which is a symptom. Make sure the Ale actually comes with ginger in it. The ginger is the active ingredient.

#24 Gatorade

This has a lot of the electrolytes that make neurotransmitters work. Electrolytes are minerals that affect the amount of water in your body, the acidity of your blood (pH), your muscle function, and other important processes.

#25 Drink plenty of water

This may be obvious, but plenty of water will wash out the toxins faster.

#26 Watch funny movies to reduce pain

What? Funny movies release endorphins. This is one of the more fin ways to ease the pain from withdrawals of Oxycodone addiction. These interact with the opiate receptors in the brain to reduce our perception of pain and act similarly to drugs such as morphine and codeine.

#27 Eat saltine crackers

When you are withdrawing, you have no appetite. Crackers are easy to digest food to keep your strength to pass the time while your body is going through the tough times.

#28 Listen to relaxing Music

Obviously, relaxing music calms the nerves. The actual beat, over and over provides a rhythm. There are various rythms in the body that will naturally start to coincide with this beat like the heartbeat… that’s why relaxing music (classical for instance) instead of heavy metal would be more suitable for this type of session.

# 29 Eat Dark chocolate

Researchers have found that eating chocolate, the number one food craved by American women, causes the brain to release endorphins.  These are the chemicals that make us feel good. Another fun way to ease the pain from withdrawals of Oxycodone addiction or meth withdrawal. Citation: CNN – chocolate cravings

#30 The Thomas Recipe

Many swear by this recipe. It is a combination of several items on this list. You can read all about the Thomas recipe here.



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