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Opiate Withdrawal Fear Could Be Major Cause for Overdose Deaths; Pure Health Group Inc(TM) Provides New Rapid Response Release Technology Detox Solution to Prevent Deaths
Date:5/16/2013

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Their all-natural line of detoxification products, the Withdrawal Relief Complex© System is a powerful line of nutraceuticals, due to the rapid response release technology, and is dual purposed. First, it greatly alleviates and reduces withdrawal symptoms for a person going through the initial stages of withdrawal, or Post-Acute Withdrawal Symptoms, commonly referred to as PAWS. Second, their system comes with a unique recovery and repair product, the Craving Control Relapse Relief© Complex, developed specifically to balance the chemicals in the brain of a person who has been dependent on a substance for a long period of time. This product spent three years in research in development, and is the world's only all natural product to help reduce cravings for drugs while simultaneously repairing damaged receptors in the brain due to opiate overuse. Because of the rapid response release technology that has been developed in all the products, it allow for alleviation of symptoms within minutes of ingestion and lightning fast responses with the brain receptors.

John Vox, CEO of PHG, wants to help the small town people afflicted with opiate addiction stating: "We know that it can be tough to find help in a little town. Say you live in rural town and don't get to any major city often. Maybe you got into a car accident, had a bad injury and needed some painkillers at first to help recover. You're better now, but you got addicted to the painkiller. What's next? The psychological dependency on this drug is overwhelmingly powerful, not to mention the physical dependency itself. While you have recovered from your injury, your body
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