Desperate Help Needed

by Sha Willie
(Ashville)

I am in need of a tea for opiate detox symptoms for my husband. Its more fatigue, sleep, some agitation, lots of muscle aches and pains. Please please help me ! Blessed be!

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Jan 15, 2015
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Desperate Help Needed
by: Sha

Thank you both for your warm thoughts and generous suggestions. I do appreciate all the thoughts, prayers, candles lit, ect anyone will allow! I do have my own cabinet of herbs, and I assume my "religion" is more Spiritual and driven by nature than anything else, and most people tease me and call me a kitchen witch, lol. I'm also trying to work on a tea for his energy level at this point. So once again, any suggestions for this would be helpful. Thank you both again and blessed be!

Jan 14, 2015
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Desperate Help Needed
by: Anonymous

Dear Sha, I feel for you and your husband with this time of the journey. I can go on and on about what terrible times come with the opioid addiction.
This is a really difficult time for both of you. I want to say how proud I am of both of you for sticking by each other in this time.
I can suggest some ideas for the aches and pains and use of essential oils that may help. Peppermint EO will be your friend at this time. You can pick up a bottle for little to nothing and it can be used with some olive oil or other oil for massaging the pain. Make a little bottle that you can mix up 2-3 drops of peppermint to the oil and massage where it hurts. You can also suggest that he drink some tea with 2 drops of Peppermint with some honey. The peppermint can be used for stomach..nausea and vomiting, can also be used for muscles and cramping. He can put about 8 drops in a hot bath too. God bless you both through this time. One day at a time is all you can ask for. Beccie

Jan 13, 2015
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by: Grandma

Hello Sha,

I think St. Johns Wort tea or capsules might help your husband get through this period. You might also want to try Melatonin to help him sleep and get much need rest.

You can read about the benefits of St. Johns Wort on my website if you look for "Medicinal Teas" on the left column and then just scroll down until you see the link for St. Johns Wort tea.

I sincerely hope you find help for your husband I know what you are going through, so many families today are dealing with these problems.


Grandma

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