Information on how difficult the withdrawal from ecstasy is, and how you can address the symptoms here.
This article reviews what you need to know about carfentanil, the dangers associated with it, and tips for finding treatment if you’re struggling with an addiction. At the end, we invite you to ask questions. We try to respond personally and promptly to all real-life questions.
Under medical supervision, some drugs can be beneficial to people in certain situations. However, EVERY drug holds potential for abuse. This article seeks to explore which drugs are the most dangerous and the threats involved in taking them.
Molly can be cut with: anesthetics like dextromethorphan or ketamine, psychoactive substances such as “Bath Salts” or methylenedioxyamphetamine, and stimulants such as amphetamine, caffeine, cocaine, methamphetamine. What dangers do these pose? We review here. Then, we invite your questions at the end.
Drug abuse around the world is a social problem, and one with clear steps worth taking. This article explores some main ideas aimed at Asian nations facing drug problems and for those looking on in interest and concern.
Behaviors fluctuate in adolescence. However, there are key signs of drug use that should trigger ACTION! More here on 7 common signs of teen drug use and what to do about them.
Detox from Spice requires medical supervision, as effects can be unpredictable. More on the detox protocols here, with a section at the end for your questions.
Restlessness, anxiety, and headache are only few symptoms of opiate withdrawal. What are the others? How can you address them? A brief guide.
Crystal meth withdrawal can be quite an agonizing process when done alone. Find out here what awaits you when you quit crystal meth and how to deal with withdrawal safely.
This article aims to inform you about how marijuana has changed over the past three decades…in strength, potency, and composition.