Woman Offers Free Opiate Detox Kits


If you or someone you love is addicted to drugs please read my story for free Detox Kits.

​I was addicted to Lortabs/ Opiates after I broke my ankle years ago. After years of taking Lortab my doctor suddenly retired. He went in to have knee surgery and did not return. I had no advance notice and had no back up supply of pills and this was a BIG DEAL! Since I had been on them for so many years and never ran out I had no idea what I was fixing to go through...HELL!!!! At the time I was self employed and did not have insurance so rehab was not a choice and I could not miss work for 30 days. I tried to call a pain management center and since I had no insurance they turned me away. So I was pretty much up the creek.

About 24 hours after my last pill....read the rest at www.stopmywithdrawals.com not enough room here sorry.

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