DHERBS.COM SUBSTANCE ABUSE CLEANSE
The Dherbs.com Substance Abuse Cleanse is an effective, all-natural 20-day program intended to help remove toxins, impurities, and waste from your system—more specifically, from your tissues, blood vessels and lymph glands—particularly detrimental chemical agents (e.g., opiates, cocaine, marijuana, alcohol, tobacco, caffeine, etc.). The Cleanse is an excellent choice for those who want to change their lifestyle and start living in a way that’s more conducive to achieving optimal health.*
Why Do You Need To Perform A Substance Abuse Cleanse?
If you habitually consume excessive amounts of alcohol, caffeine, and/or tobacco, or if you’ve gone beyond taking medication prescribed for an actual medical condition and are indulging in harmful levels of unprescribed and/or illegal narcotics, including painkillers, tranquilizers, marijuana, and all forms of cocaine, your body is probably congested with toxins and impurities that will have serious consequences for your health.
If any of this describes your current situation, you’re not alone. For example, Americans make up less than 5 percent of the world’s population, but consume about 80 percent of the world’s painkillers; deaths resulting from prescription drug abuse increase each year. Increases in the use of illegal street drugs is also rampant, but the rapidly increasing numbers of those who opt instead for what they consider to be the relative “safety” of legal stimulants and depressants (like alcohol, caffeine, and tobacco) are poisoning their bodies as well.
Abusing these substances does more than poison the user’s body; it also attacks marriage, family, and romantic and professional relationships. Inhibitions that are lowered during use of these substances can have legal, criminal, social, psychological, and sexual ramifications. Each class of drugs has a different physiological effect, but in addition to physical addiction, there are also psychological and emotional reasons for continuing to use them, and these reasons seem to have a common thread: the user is trying to alter or escape reality, to ignore the troubles of everyday life, to suppress bad feelings and thoughts, to fill a hole, or to supplement or replace something that’s lacking in the his or her life.
If you’re using and/or abusing tobacco products, alcohol, illicit drugs (e.g., cocaine, crack, heroin, PCP, methamphetamines, marijuana, etc.), prescription drugs, or any other toxic or harmful chemical substance, this Cleanse can help you make a commitment to yourself and to your loved ones—to declare that you’re ready to make a meaningful choice to improve the quality of your life.
This Cleanse is intended to help you make vitally important changes and begin improving your health by using our herbal regimen and adopting a healthier diet, along with other life-changing habits and practices. These efforts can help you begin recovering from the effects of the toxic substances you’ve been consuming, helping you get on the road to a cleaner, healthier life.*
Alcohol is probably the most commonly used and abused chemical substance in the U.S. today. It’s a depressant, which means it has a sedative effect, lowering or lessening nervous and physiological activity, impairing the user’s ability to think and remember. Most of us understand what happens when we consume alcohol. For that percentage of the population who can be classed as abusers of or addicted to alcohol, the perceived need to consume this legal and readily available chemical substance is so great that damage to some if not most of the systems of their body can occur—in severe cases, to the point of organ failure and death.*
The fact that a product considered legal by the government is also required to have so many highly visible warnings on each package should be an enormous red flag that convinces longtime users to quit and others never to begin smoking. Each year, thanks in part to this warning, the total number of people who smoke is declining, yet large numbers of young people keep picking up the habit, with all too many advancing from one or two cigarettes a day to one or two packs a day; sometimes even more. Use of chewing tobacco, too, is increasing—all of which shows that the ready availability of a substance can increase the potential for its abuse.*
This class of drugs includes heroin and codeine. Opiates are highly addictive; their use can bring an initial sense of euphoria, followed by a drowsy state. Because heroin is often considered more difficult to obtain than some other illegal drugs, there are relatively fewer users than there are for cocaine or marijuana, but the negative impact on the user can be much greater. Whether heroin is injected, inhaled, or smoked, it’s an extremely dangerous drug. When it’s injected, lax attention to needle hygiene can bring with it the danger of contracting hepatitis and HIV. Moreover, the strength and potency of heroin varies wildly between different types, from dealer to dealer, and from dose to dose, which increases the already-great risk of accidental overdose.*
Also called “psychedelics,” this group of drugs includes LSD (or “acid”), psilocybin, peyote, and mescaline. They have many different effects, but the predominant one is to cause changes in perception, creating an alternate reality, complete with visuals, colors, and sounds, which are frequently distorted and surreal.
Hallucinogens have used by some cultures as part of spiritual ceremonies and practices for centuries. They first entered many people’s consciousness in relation to their use in ’60s and ’70s counterculture, and also by those who wanted to experience the alternate views of reality they can induce. The toxicity of these psychedelic drugs may be considered by some to be lower than with other types of drugs; when used with excessive frequency, however, the potential for long-term damage to brain cells is high, possibly contributing to the development of schizophrenia, Alzheimer’s, and other mental and psychological conditions. Working to overcome the ill effects of their extended use is something to which this Cleanse can significantly contribute.*
Marijuana is the common name for the cannabis plant when it’s prepared and used as a drug, which is generally either smoked or consumed orally as an ingredient in foods (such as brownies or other baked goods). Marijuana is known for acting as a mood elevator, a tension reliever, and an appetite stimulator.
There’s a sizable faction of people who’ve been insisting for decades that marijuana should be legalized. They say it’s less toxic and far less lethal than, say, alcohol, which is legal despite its potential for causing abuse, injury, and death. Plus there’s the fact that many states are legalizing marijuana use for medical purposes, and some for recreational use as well. Detractors say that smoking marijuana is detrimental to human health because the smoke contains tar and carcinogens similar to those in tobacco smoke, because there is some potential for psychological afflictions, and because the use of this one illegal drug can lower an individual’s resistance to using other, more toxic illegal drugs.
Even taking all of this into account, marijuana is like any other substance that’s consumed/smoked/inhaled to produce a state of intoxication—when it’s overused, it can interfere with your body’s ability to function properly and to maintain optimal levels of health. The Dherbs.com Substance Abuse Cleanse can help you make a fresh start by helping to cleanse your system of toxins, such as the ones found in a variety of mood-altering drugs, helping you to approach life with a new commitment to living a clean and healthy lifestyle.*
Caffeine is a stimulant found in coffee; black, green, and white tea; soft drinks, including cola, Mountain Dew, some root beers, and some orange sodas; “energy water” or any “natural” beverage that contains guarana; “energy drinks,” including Red Bull and Monster; chocolate; caffeinated gum and mints; and some over-the-counter medical preparations, including certain weight-loss pills and pain relievers. It’s estimated that approximately 90 percent of North Americans consume caffeine daily.
Caffeine is legal and largely unregulated in the U.S. While there are relatively few incidences of caffeine overdose, excessive caffeine consumption is not without its health risks. The possibilities of both physical and psychological addiction are widely debated. Detrimental effects of too much caffeine can include mild sleeplessness, irritability, anxiety, headaches, heart palpitations, muscle spasms, gastrointestinal problems, hallucinations, increased blood pressure, and more.
If you feel like you’re consuming too much caffeine, perhaps because you’ve gotten into the habit of having a certain number of cups of coffee per day, or because your school, work, or life schedule has you so busy that you’re frequently consuming caffeine in an effort to stay alert and focused, or because you’ve become addicted to energy drinks, it’s a good idea to jump off the caffeine treadmill and give your body a chance to clear it out of your system. Using the Dherbs.com Substance Abuse Cleanse can help you make a commitment to quashing harmful old habits and replacing them with healthy new ones: a cleaner, healthier diet, an avoidance of toxic substances, a calmer mood, and a willingness to make things better for yourself.*
Cocaine is a highly toxic, highly addictive illegal stimulant. It is frequently consumed because it can produce a sense of euphoria, alertness, and confidence, leading to reactions in the neurological system that, over time, require more and more of the drug to achieve the same “high.” This psychological and physical addiction, resulting in frequent and/or excessive cocaine use, can lead to cardiac problems, paranoia, hallucinations, and more. In addition to these health issues, excessive inhalation of cocaine can result in the breakdown of cartilage in the nose. Smoking cocaine has its own set of problems, not the least of which is its effect on the entire respiratory system of the user.
Because cocaine is one of the most addictive and toxic drugs in existence, quitting and detoxing are extremely important. If you’re ready to take that step, committing to take the Dherbs.com Substance Abuse Cleanse can help you admit to yourself and the world that you’re ready to make a change, forego past bad habits, and attempt to adopt a cleaner, clearer, healthier lifestyle. By using the herbal regimen, following the diet guidelines, and adopting some or all of the healthy behavioral practices suggested here, you’ll begin to see changes in yourself that can positively affect your efforts to reduce your dependence on the drug, making it easier for you to follow through on your quest to free yourself from addiction.*
The Dherbs.com Substance Abuse Cleanse doesn’t claim to be a cure-all for any substance abuse or addiction; overcoming an addiction involves a variety of other factors and resources. What the Cleanse does do, however, is serve as the first step in your progress toward a healthier life. It’s a significant and concrete embodiment of your commitment and willingness to make a change, to leave behind bad habits and create healthy new ones, to develop a cleaner diet and exercise regimen, and to engage in a series of self-focused steps that will encourage you to continue the good you’ve achieved by doing the Cleanse.*
WARNING: This Cleanse helps to counteract not only the effects of illegal, illicit, and harmful substances, but of necessary prescription drugs as well. As such, if you’re taking any prescription medications whose continued consumption is necessary for your ongoing health, it’s recommended that you do not take the Substance Abuse Cleanse.*
The Benefits To Be Expected
The benefits of the Substance Abuse Cleanse include but is not limited to: cleansing tissues and cells, cleansed and rejuvenated organs and glands, a sense of renewed energy and vitality, clearer thinking, mild to moderate distaste for chemical substances, reduction in desire to smoke cigarettes and/or consume alcoholic beverages, and purification of blood and lymph fluids.*
This Cleanse is not designed for weight loss and therefore weight loss is not an attribute of this Cleanse.*
Formula #1 Sugar Control: Contains plants that have been used to help lessen the tendency toward craving unhealthy processed sugars, especially white sugar and high-fructose corn syrup. This formula is also intended to help maintain healthy blood sugar levels in the body.*
Formula #2 Blood & Lymphatic: Contains plants intended to help nourish and cleanse the blood and lymphatic fluids. These plants can help battle the waste and toxins present in your blood, lymphatic fluid, cells, and body fat in an effort to help you achieve and maintain optimal health.*
Formula #3 Liver, Gallbladder, & Spleen: Contains plants that work synergistically in helping to strengthen and naturally stimulate the function of both the liver and the gallbladder, helping them to cleanse a variety of toxins, including chemicals, pollutants from your body.*
Formula #4 Smoke-Less (Anti-Smoking): Contains plants used to aid in the process of quitting smoking, and to assist the circulatory, respiratory, and hepatic systems in cleansing themselves of pollutants and toxins.*
Formula #5 Alcohol Free: Contains plants traditionally used to help cleanse toxins from your system, especially your liver, which can help to reduce and resist any cravings for alcohol you might experience.*
Formula #6 Nerve Formula: Nerves Formula contains plants that are intended to have a beneficial effect on a wide range of issues involving the neurological and muscular systems. This formula can also help to stimulate nerve function and help to maintain and strengthen nerve tissue. Additionally, it can contribute to greater relaxation and higher-quality sleep.*
Formula #7 Carbon (also known as Activated Charcoal): An odorless, flavorless substance extracted from burnt plant matter, activated charcoal is extremely porous. This makes it highly effective in helping to absorb many times its own weight in harmful toxins and waste and help remove them from your system.*
Substance Abuse Tea: Contains all-natural herbs intended to help your body cleanse itself of harmful toxic chemical residues, which contributes to achieving more optimal health of organs and tissues. Drink at least one cup of hot Substance Abuse Tea per day during the Cleanse.*
*Tea bags per container: 20 bags
Substance Abuse Inhaler
The Substance Abuse Inhaler contains essential aromatic oils, including peppermint oil, a natural source of menthol, which has traditionally been used to help ease labored breathing, assist with opening up sinuses and contribute to optimizing the respiratory system’s ability to function healthily. The Substance Abuse Inhaler contains essential oils that that have traditionally been intended to help ease labored breathing (especially helpful during the process of quitting smoking), and are also purported to help with relaxation. This sense of rested well-being can help you in maintaining your resolve to combat any cravings you may be feeling, which can help you stay committed to the Cleanse.*
INCLUDING A DIETARY REGIMEN
*Complete with instructions and a dietary regimen.
What is the difference between the Full Body Cleanse and the Substance Abuse Cleanse?
The Full Body Cleanse is intended to detoxify the major glands and organs, whereas the Substance Abuse Cleanse is designed to cleanse the tissues and cells (on a deeper level than the Full Body Cleanse) so as to help rid the body of chemical drug residues that lodge in the tissues and cells. Substance Abuse Cleanse is primarily for people with chemical dependence of all man-made drugs.*
*These statements have not been evaluated by Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. The information on this Web site or in emails is designed for educational purposes only. It is not intended to be a substitute for informed medical advice or care. You should not use this information to diagnose or treat any health problems or illnesses without consulting your pediatrician or family doctor. Please consult a doctor with any questions or concerns you might have regarding your or your child's condition.
Formula #1 Sugar Control : GYMNEMA SYLVESTRE, GREEN TEA, STEVIA, KUDZU, CASCARA SAGRADA, LICORICE AND ASTRAGALUS ROOT. Vegetarian capsules (100 capsules).
Formula #2 Blood & Lymphatic: ECHINACEA ANGUSTIFOLIA, BEET ROOT, DRAGONS BLOOD, SPIRULINA, KELP, DANDELION, BURDOCK, MANJISTHA, BITTER MELON, RED CLOVER, CHICKWEED, SASSAFRAS, AMALAKI, CLEAVERS, VIDANGA, CAYENNE, YELLOW DOCK, PAU D’ARCO, SARSAPARILLA, OLIVE LEAF, GOLDENSEAL.Vegetarian capsules (100 capsules).
Formula #3 Liver, Spleen, & and Gallbladder: MANJISTHA, SARSAPARILLA, SCHIZANDRA, BEET ROOT, DANDELION, BHUMYAMALAKI, ARTICHOKE, ROSEMARY, TURMERIC, LICORICE, BUPLEURUM, BOLDO, AMALAKI, PIPPALI, MILK THISTLE SEEDS, PEONY ROOT, BHRINGARAJ, RHUBARB, FENUGREEK, GOLDENSEAL.Vegetarian capsules (100 capsules).
Formula #4 Smoke-Less (Anti-Smoking) Formula: ARGEMONE, GINGER, LOBELIA, LICORICE, SKULLCAP, PEPPERMINT, COMFREY ROOT, ST. JOHN’S WORT, KOREAN GINSENG, VALERIAN, OATSTRAW, ALFALFA, CHAPARRAL, AND GOLDENSEAL. Vegetarian capsules (100 capsules).
Formula #5 Alcohol Free Formula: AGRIMONY, GINGER ROOT, LOBELIA, LICORICE ROOT, SKULLCAP, PEPPERMINT LEAF, COMFREY ROOT, ST. JOHN’S WORT, PANAX GINSENG ROOT, VALERIAN ROOT, OATSTRAW LEAF, ALFALFA LEAF, CHAPARRAL LEAF, GOLDENSEAL ROOT. Vegetarian capsules (100 capsules).
Formula #6 Nerve Formula: VALERIAN ROOT, FALSE UNICORN, JATAMANSI, KAVA KAVA, PASSIONFLOWER, BLUE VERVAIN, BLACK COHOSH, WOOD BETONY, GOTU KOLA, CODONOPSIS, SKULLCAP, LOBELIA, CHAMOMILE. Vegetarian capsules (100 capsules).
Formula #7 Carbon (also known as Activated Charcoal) is not a formula but the residue of burnt plant matter (Willow bark) that is carbon and copper-based and therefore ELECTRICAL. It is tasteless and odorless! Carbon helps to remove all the toxic residues (especially heavy metal toxins) we unwisely put into our bodies.
Substance Abuse Tea: PEPPERMINT, GINGER, LICORICE, BURDOCK, CHAMOMILE, KUDZU, QUASSIA BARK, LOBELIA, KAVA KAVA, AND STEVIA. *Tea bags per container: 20 bags
Substance Abuse Inhaler: PEPPERMINT, SPEARMINT, CINNAMON, PINE BARK, THYME, ORANGE, AND SWEET MARJORAM.