The Ayurveda herbal medicine for Addictions is safe and has no side effects It is combination of many herbs. It is in powder form and packed in small sachets according to daily doses, give 1 sachet daily.

It can be given with or without the knowledge of the addicted person by mixing in any of the veg or non veg food item without changing the color or taste of that food item. The herbal powder can be sprinkled on Cooked foods, can be mixed with veg & Non veg Curries, Fruit juices, stuffing of parantha, curd, Daal, omelet etc. Results can be seen in 15 -20 days that the desire for alcohol gets reduced. Medicine is to be continued for 5-6 months. This medicine also covers up the withdrawal symptoms up to an extent. It also helps in improving the liver function and detoxifying the body.

This is 100 percent guaranteed sure Ayurvedic medicine to quit from addictions . The medicine does not have any side effects and any food diet control is not required .This Ayurvedic medicine is safe to use for the patients with diabetes and blood pressure and even for patients with heart diseases.

Cost is Rs 2400/- only for 2 months for Alcohol & Nicotine De Addiction medicine .

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Withdrawal Symptoms

Withdrawal Symptoms of Alcohol / Nicotine / Drug Addiction:
Alcohol withdrawal refers to a group of symptoms that may occur from sudden stopping the consumption of alcohol after chronic or rolonged ingestion.
Not everyone who stops drinking experiences withdrawal symptoms, but most people who have been drinking for a long period of time, or drinking frequently or drink heavily when they do drink will experience some form of withdrawal symptoms if they stop drinking suddenly.

Mild to moderate psychological symptoms:
Feeling of jumpiness or nervousness 
Feeling of shakiness 
Irritability volatility, rapid emotional changes
Difficulty with thinking clearly 
Bad dreams 

Mild to moderate physical symptoms:
Head Ache 
Sweating, especially in the palms of the hands or the face. 
Nausea & vomiting 
Redness all over the body 
Loose motions 
Loss of appetite 
Insomnia or excess sleep 
Eyes, pupils different size 
Abnormal movements 
Shivering of the hands 
Involuntary, abnormal movements of the eyelids. 

Types of Addictions

Modern man accords high priority to sensual pleasures, and therefore falls an easy prey to objectionable and harmful habits like addiction to intoxicants like alcohol, tobacco and drugs.

Types of addiction : 
1. Alcohol Addiction 
2. Nicotine Addiction 
3. Drugs Addiction

1. Alcohol Addiction: This habitual addiction includes all types of alcohol products like country liquor, beer, wine, rum, whisky, laththa etc. Alcoholic drinks have deleterious effects on the nerves and the heart. Their destructive effects on the digestive system are well known. Alcohol blunts hunger, causes irritation and swelling of the lining of the stomach, and impairs.

2. Nicotine Addiction: Products like bidi, cigarettes, mava, gutka, tobacco chewing, snuff etc. Nicotine, is explicitly described in medical dictionaries as a powerful and active poison. Smoking introduces this poison, as well as the highly poisonous gas, carbon monoxide, into the lungs.
Nicotine causes increased secretion of adrenalin and noradrenalin into the blood stream, which results in a higher proportion of fats in the blood. It is for this reason that smoking accelerates the process of the hardening of the blood vessels. The arteries providing nutrients to the heart muscles also become congested, hardened and brittle, with consequences ranging from palpitation and hypertension to angina pectoris and heart attacks.
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3. Drug addiction: It is estimated that almost five percent of the population is addicted to one drug or the other.

A craving to obtain peace, to get rid of depression, to escape worldly sorrows and failures, to get an euphoric feeling or to get rid of social inhibitions leads people to the use of drugs. Chronic use of these drugs leads to severe damage to the liver, the heart, the kidneys, the brain and the nerves.