Home Detox For Heroin Withdrawal

Heroin Withdrawal

Heroin withdrawal symptoms may vary a little, but by and large they’re consistent. The onset of heroin withdrawal usually begins within a few hours following cessation and originates as anxiety, craving and pupil dilation. Further evolving into an increase in resting respiratory rate (greater than > 16 breaths/min), runny nose, sneezing, loss of energy, negative emotional state, chills, physical pain, and stomach cramps. The final evolvement of symptoms is characterized by goosebumps, muscle aches, elevated heart rate in excess of 100 BPM, loss of appetite and energy, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea and insomnia.

Withdrawal Therapies

There are a number of therapies that will help manage heroin withdrawal. They include pharmacotherapies like buprenorphine; alternative therapies like Epsom salt baths; and even home remedies, like the Parisi Formula.

Home Remedy

The Parisi Formula consists of three types of opiate withdrawal supplements, Polynesian Noni Juice, Imodium anti-diarrheal medication, and Ibuprofen pain-reliever and anti-inflammatory. Each of the six ingredients makes a compelling case for inclusion, but no single ingredient stands alone. However, when used together, these six products show great promise for assisting individuals through detox.


  1. Cravites is an inhibitory support formula for the serotenergic inhibitory system, which is partly responsible for the dissolution of cravings.
  2. Tranquille is an inhibitory support formula for the GABAergic inhibitory system, which is needed for relaxation. It’s taken periodically to manage the ups and downs of detoxification.
  3. Dream Weaver is a sleep support formula. It helps with sleep initiation; Non-Rapid-Eye-Movement (NREM) sleep and Rapid-Eye-Movement (REM) sleep.
  4. Noni fruit, leaves and roots have been used by Hawaiians in making medicines for hundreds of years. Curiously enough, Noni tastes a lot like blue cheese. Noni is still used today to treat a host of ailments, including muscle aches and pains, dysentery, depression and addiction.
  5. Imodium helps stop diarrhea by slowing down digestion and the movement of your intestines. Loperamide, the active ingredient in Imodium, is an opiate. It works by activating opioid receptors in your gastrointestinal tract.
  6. Ibuprofen is a non-narcotic pain reliever that helps with opioid abstinence syndrome, especially with the pain associated with withdrawal.


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