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“The Top 10 Quick and Easy INSTANT
Opiate Withdrawal Home Remedies”

By: Reilly Johnson

Opiate withdrawal remedies that actually work are few and far between, this can make successful withdrawal from opiates seem like a pipe dream. For example, how do you plan to deal with the physical aches and pains you’ll feel throughout your body? How will you deal with urges and sudden cravings for more? How will you keep a positive and stay motivated mood?

You see, If you don’t have a plan relapse is a real possibility. So develop your own “Game-Plan to Recovery”. The VERY FIRST STEP to a lasting recover is a successful opiate withdrawal. Which is why I’ve provided you these 10 Quick and Easy Opiate Withdrawal Home Remedies. Hopefully these home remedies and tips can comfort you during withdrawal and detox.

Opiate Withdrawal Home Remedy #1: Take a Hot Bath or Shower, Go Swimming or Get in the Water Somewhere!

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One of the most underrated and FASTEST METHODS for narcotic withdrawal relief is to take a hot bath or steamy shower. Hot baths and showers almost immediate at hom opiate withdrawal relief. It helps ease symptoms affecting the whole body and relieves tension, eases anxiety, calm muscle spasms, stop body aches and many more symptoms.

All natural Bath Salts like, EPSOM, are known to be very good at relaxing muscles, aches and pains.

Bonus Tip: Don’t forget about your local watering holes, lakes, beaches, rivers, pools or whatever’s nearby. Just being in water and swimming around a little can do wonders for your mood and be very therapeutic.

Opiate Withdrawal Home Remedy #2: Get in the sun for at least 15 minutes, and get outdoors daily for walks and light exercise. 

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When you’re hurting like hell from withdrawal symptoms take advantage of healing power of the sun’s rays.

Do you know how important the sun is? Without the sun life on earth would die. The sun is necessary for all life on this earth to grow and prosper. Why not let the sun be your ally from opiate withdrawal hell?

Key Benefits from the Sun:

    • Strong bright light produces the key neurotransmitter, serotonin which plays an important role in mood and sleep.
    • The sun is a great source of Vitamin D, which scientific studies estimate at least half the population is deficient in.
    • Your body gains warmth and energy from you get from being in it.

What are you waiting for? Go get some sun and tell me it doesn’t put you in a better mood, even if just a tiny bit. Remember to not stay out to long and to test your skin tolerance for sun burns. Generally speaking, people who are outside, and get sun are often happier than people who stay inside.

Bonus: Take a short walk outside in the park or go on a small nature hike. You’d really be surprised by how much activity in the great outdoors can take your mind off prescription pain killer withdrawal symptoms. The sun truly is an underutilized opiate withdrawal remedy.

3. Get a Full Body Massage for Tension, Anxiety and Muscle Ache Relief 

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Truth is… Not much feels much better during opiate withdrawal than a massage.

Massages gets deep into your muscle tissue and can release tightness, muscle aches, back spasms and pain. I can almost guarantee that you would not regret getting a massage while going through opiate detox. One symptom is sensitivity to the skin which makes a massage feel even that much better.

Bonus Tip: Drink as much water as you possibly can. Most people drink soda’s, coffee and other drinks that dehydrate you without even knowing it. Thus robbing essential vitamins and minerals from your body. That’s why you need to drink as much water as you can and hydrate and flush your system clean.

4. The 4 Best Supplements that REALLY DO Provide Relief from Painful Opiate Withdrawal Symptoms

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Very few supplements actually work for relief from withdrawal pain. But there are a  few of little known supplements that ca work very well for opiate withdrawal symptom relief and recovery from addiction. There are two categories of opiate supplements. Here they are:

The 4 Best Little-Known Supplements for Fast At-Home Withdrawal Relief

– Kratom to reduce muscle pain and ease cravings, plus to improve energy and motivation.
– Phenibut to relieve tension and anxiety, ease body aches and to aid in deep sleep.
GABA for anxiety relief, easing tension and to improve mood.
– Rest for opiate withdrawal pain and deep restful sleep.

5. Sleep A Lot, Rest and Allow Your Body and Brain to Heal

Sleep as much as you can the first few days of withdrawal as your body and mind needs rest for a full recovery. 

Any seasoned bodybuilder will tell you, “You don’t get bigger or stronger lifting heavy weights in the gym, it’s when you’re at home sleeping, when you recover the most.”

Why? Because when you lift heavy weight you actually tear down your muscle, which is why you get sore. It’s when you sleep that your body gets the chance to rest and repair the damage done by lifting weights. During sleep is when your body rebuilds your muscles stronger and bigger than before. When you sleep your body heals the most.

This principle holds true for opiate abuse and withdrawal – you’ve beat your body and mind up for a long time, which makes plenty of sleep crucial for your full recovery.

6. Eat Healthier! Cut Out The Processed Foods and Stick to Proteins, Vegetables, Fruit and Whole Foods

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“A man may esteem himself happy when that which is his food is also his medicine.” - Henry David Thoreau

Most people who abuse opiates and drugs are deficient in many essential nutrients vital for health.

Chances are if you abuse opiates you probably eat poorly. Lets face it, most diets consist of fast food, candy and microwavable meals making nutrition an afterthought. Your body wasn’t made to to break down an endless stream of processed food, preservatives and dangerous taste additives like MSG (monosodium glutamate), pesticides and chemicals. This food is not healthy and contains almost no nutritional value. it can also contribute to a myriad of health problems.

Do you think you’re lacking in essential vitamins and minerals? If you do, commit to eating a healthy diet of vegetables, fruits and protein – you’ll find your energy levels rising dramatically and many health problems will disappear.

If you improve your eating habits you will also improve almost every single aspect of your health.

6. Weight Train to Release “Feel Good” Endorphins and Dopamine and also to Improve Self-Confidence

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Exercise is the single best natural way to produce the natural feel good chemical, endorphins, also known as the body’s own opiates.

To release these feel good chemicals you must exercise vigorously. The stronger the physical demands you place on your body, the greater the release of endorphins. Weight bearing activities build dopamine in the brain which is often gets depleted by opiate abuse. Which is another reason why weight training is one of the best home remedies for opiate withdrawal relief .

And don’t let it matter if your a female or male. Both can weight train just as good. Females should do the same exercises but just using lighter weight.

Learn more how weight training can help you overcome oxycontin addiction and prescription pain killer addiction <—

8. Speed Opiate Withdrawal Recovery by Replenishing Depleted Nutrients Through Supplementation

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Certain supplements can provide withdrawal relief for many symptoms.

When you get high on opiates 2-10x more dopamine is released into the brain that what your natural reward system releases to the brain.

To compensate for these continued surges of dopamine your body will The longer you use opioids for, the less natural dopamine your body will produce.automatically begin producing less.

Most opiate abuser’s brain chemicals are completely off and that’s a big reason why people are so down during the detox. There brains neurotransmitters (feel good chemicals) are not in sync with the body for balance.

The OFC’s Opiate Withdrawal-Recovery System (pictured) is designed to help relieve painful withdrawal symptoms, speed recovery and replenish essential nutrients.

9. Try Acupuncture as a Fast and Effective Natural Opiate Withdrawal Cure

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Acupuncture is an ancient Chinese therapy used to relieve pain and treat stress-related health conditions.

Acupuncture practitioners believe energy, known as chi flows through the body along pathways called meridians bringing health. And any blockage of this energy causes illness in people. Your natural energy can be blocked for any number of things but opioid abuse is certainly something blocks this energy.

Traditional Chinese Acupuncture treatment unblocks and free’s the energy, known as, the flow of chi. Thus maintaing balance and restoring health.

Acupuncture works by inserting very thin needles into the skin at specific points or meridians on the body. This usually does not hurt. And here’s what we know about if it works:

    • Studies have shown acupuncture can significantly decreases stress-related muscular pain by up to 50% or more.
    • MRI studies have found acupuncture modulates brain regions regulating pain and emotion.
    • Studies indicate acupuncture increases body circulation and stimulates area’s that may have not been working very well previously. not been working that good.
    • Releases endorphins, feel good chemicals known as the body’s own opiates.

As you can see acupuncture can be very beneficial to improving physical and emotional well being. Why not try acupuncture and see if it works as an opiate withdrawal home remedy for you.

10. Always Try to Improve What You Do and Always Keep Learning New Things

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Believe it or not, learning builds self-confidence BIG TIME.

If you want to get ahead in life begin learning now. There’s so much amazing knowledge out there that can give you a giant shortcut. Most of us have been conditioned since school to dislike learning, because we were forced to it and learned in many poor ways.

Which is why the best way to learn is to learn things that excite you and that you are passionate about. Decide to become an expert at your craft. Because the quicker you develop unique skills the more leverage and power you will have in this life. Find books, watch videos, go to the library and commit yourself to getting great at something!

How else can I ease painful narcotic withdrawal symptoms?

Finding painkiller and narcotic remedies that work isn’t easy, which is why I’ve listed the best articles on my site for withdrawal and detox tips below:

#1. 4 Remarkable Supplements for Opioid Withdrawal Symptoms

#2. 7 All-Natural Vitamins and Minerals Perfect for Refueling After Opiate Addiction  

#3. 11 Alternatives Treatments to Prescription Pain Killers for Chronic Pain  

#4. Learn About The OFC’s New Opiate Withdrawal Remedy

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14 Comments

  • Jessica, I respect some of your feelnigs about this problem, yet others I can’t.I agree that there are a lot of people who claim they have severe back pain & go in to get an exorbitant amt. of pain meds. Doctors are stuck because back pain is hard to prove.Being a pain patient for awhile now, I can tell U that I’ve seen some in that waiting room that I could physically see they were taking too much pain meds. Their eyes were all red & bleary & their speech was impaired. Nobody on pain meds for pain should be showing those symptoms. Those people were getting a buzz off of it. It was obvious.A patient who is in true pain will never get a Buzz from their pain meds. The only thing the meds do, is relieve some pain for them. That is their purpose. And here is where I totally disagree with U. Pain medication is not only meant for cancer patients. People have different types of pain from different causes. When pain is Acute , your need for pain meds/narcotics/Opioids should not be permanent. It should be very short lived. But when your pain is chronic, and U cannot find any relief from any other type of medication or therapy, there aren’t many things U can turn to.If I could have a decent, normal life without taking meds, I would be fine without them. But this I can’t do. Believe me, I tried. I tried for at least 10 of the 18 yrs. I have had my problem. After this, my doctor recommended some pain management and meds. Strong meds. I’ve seen people taking much more in volume than I take, so I don’t feel that I’m using it as a dependency thing. I take only as much as I can find some relief from.It doesn’t matter which type U take. What matters is which type works for your pain. If Tylenol works for U, then great, U take that. If regular aspirin works better for U, then take that. Everyone is different as well as their pain is different. We all have different tolerances for pain also. Unfortunately, once your in pain for a lot of years, U also develop a lower tolerance for it. I used to have a very high tolerance, but I find I’m not as strong against it anymore. I’m tired of being brave. I’m in pain !! Help me !!If I should develop cancer in my future, I truly pray that I can be brave & not take too much medication for my pain. But I promise U that if I do need it, I want it !!To refuse to treat a patient in pain with the correct medication is cruel & unethical. And if it happens to be an Opioid, then it must be.I’m happy that U don’t have chronic intractable pain in your life. If U ever should get it, I hope U can find a compassionate doctor who will not prejudge U. And I’m sure at this moment U will say to me that U will not take strong meds. You’ll make do on Tylenol or something other than Opioids/narcotics. But just wait n’ see. Wait n’ see what your trying to deal with & if U have the strength to avoid strong meds. Honey .when U take every type of over the counter help that’s there & nothing helps at all where will U turn ? Will U just suffer for the rest of your life ? Will U be willing to not get out of bed each day & not be able to get yourself dressed & washed & fed or take care of your kids ?Are U willing to do that, just to be able to tell everybody that U don’t take strong medications ? That’s insane & ridiculous. If U wish to be a martyr, U may do that. But don’t expect everybody else to be one with U.I’m sorry for the loss of your relative. But U still cannot judge their pain with another’s pain. They are all different.One person can take a 5mg. pill & get totally knocked out from it, while another could take 50 mg. pill & not feel anything. I can’t explain to U why. I just know it is.It’s my guess that your relative did have either a high pain tolerance, or was taking other treatment to help in addition what U knew of.Can U say that U can compare the pain of falling down & cutting your knee, to the pain U may have from a bad toothache ? I don’t know if all cancer pain is the same, depending on which type U may have. From what I’ve seen or been told, different cancers bring different levels of pain for each person. Knowing this I would say U don’t have the right to criticize anyone for taking pain medication that is stronger than your relative took. Some people need 3 sugars to make their coffee sweet enuff to drink. Others only use one. Which one is right ? Do U get my point ?

    • Back and neck pain are subjective to a point, but MRI’s can pretty much substantiate most all claims. However, everyone experiences pain at different levels.

      When some people hurt bad enough, they don’t mind going thru exuciating shot treatments, RFAs and even surgeries.
      (Radio Frequency Ablation- burn nerves on multi levels in spine to desensitize them). Effective up to 12-18 months, maybe more,
      Depending on the person.

      This helps give a doctor a pretty good idea if a person is faking or not.

  • I have been on opiates for 7 years now. I have seeked proffesional help different times,but
    Nothing helped. I was being treated and still doing drugs. We could`nt figure out why i was on 190mgs of methadone and still craving drugs. Blood work was done and the results i have a very high metabalisim. I have decided to do it myself, cold turkey. I hate the way it makes me feel coming off drugs. Im going to try these home remedies and hope they will work for me. A few years back i came off drugs on my own, i was in so much pain i thought for sure i was going to die. I could not eat, sleep,had to force myself to even take a drink of water. But finally the nightmare was over. It took 42 days but after it was all over it was worth it to me. I was clean for 1year, then i made the biggest mistake of using thinking this time i could control the drug. Lol. I pray these home remedies work for me. I want off these drugs more than anything. Thanks you for posting these remedies.

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  • After nearly 30 yrs of smoking marijuana I decided to quit. Already having high blood pressure which was under control, it is getting worse. Insomnia is a fact now. It has been 1 week. Still waiting for relief. My mood has actually got better since quitting, but nervousness and anxiety are still present only when I am not occupied with work. How long will this take?

  • Enjoyed the motivational videos.
    THANK YOU.

  • Hi! I love this post! Very informative and good tips on a healthy, natural detox. Sometimes, people don’t have the option of tapering slowly and these are wonderful bits of advice.

  • I agree with this post and this seems to be a great article with some very valuable information. What i don’t agree with is the first comment. While I not only understand I also agree with are: their are many different types of pain that have little or no
    factual or proven treatment to provide to people and that everyone is different, some having very little ways to moderate their pain problem. But my problem with the comment is that you seem to me like you have an addiction to opiates. I would like to say I was an opiate addict for 2 years and I have now been clean for almost a year now. And I realized during my addiction problem was that everyone that has a dependence on a substance has a problem no matter of you are using them for pain or not. Your life depends on them either way whether recreation use that leads to physical withdrawal or using it to stop pain and it is prescribed to you because you are still getting the SAME physical/mental withdrawal as the person who stole their gmoms pain meds. How many times have people gotten addicted to their pain meds they were prescribed for a short amount of time and that lead to an opiate dependency? Hundreds of thousands of times. Yes, it may be the only way you can function but wouldn’t that be called a dependency? If all opiates were taken away, would you completely stop your use? And then for you to say no one that is prescribed opiates uses them to get high is absolutely ridiculous. People do all the time! And usually the people who sell them on the street are prescribed them. Either way whatever reason you are using them for you are still putting horrible toxins into your body and it is slowly deteriorating/killing you each day. My personal decision would be to take them off the market completely. They are abused way to much and will never ever stop until something along those lines is done. I’m completely for people having the human right to rid off their pain but my personal opinion would be to go another route to cure pain even if it works for ya.
    It is a horrible drug and should have never been put on the market because of what is it doing right now in every single person who reads this’ backyard, literally. it is a never ending addiction cycle especially if you think your reason for doing them should allow you to do them. And for whoever who reads this and is an opiate addict take your life and wht you are doing serious. Quit before you dig yourself into a hole where theres no going back and in ten years your dead, in jail or in the streets. Real shit.

  • These drugs DO NOT kill pain. I’ve tried all the opiates there are. The negatives of these pills out weighs the positive in so many different ways. The big pharm. companies, the government, the FDA do not care how many lives this shit is destroying. Just keep making more stronger pills that are the most highly addictive things on the planet.

  • Hello all im new to this site i have tryed stoping hydros before the longest i ever made it was 4 days, i look back now and wish i had suxed it up and stayed with it but now i have to stop dr wont give me any more he wants me to go to a pain management dr well i dont have the money for that, so took the last i had this morning and now starts the hard part, i just home i can do it this time cuz i dont want to take them anymore but my body craves them, thank u for listening

    • Reilly Johnson

      It looks like your doctor is doing you a favor, hydrocodone withdrawals shouldn’t last you longer than 1 week. You don’t want to get caught in the pain management trap, that can be a very expensive long roller coaster ride of emotional highs and epic lows. Use this as your chance to quit and find something else that makes you happy. I wish you the best of luck, let us know how it goes.

  • Thank you for this. I am going in day 2 of complete cold turkey from my perks. The worst part is the cold sweats :( I’m gonna try some of this stuff and hope it works!!


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