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Meth Vaccines

Developed by The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI), meth vaccines are in the initial stages of research and development, following positive results from experimentation on mice and rats.

Using the combination of a chemical cognate of a meth molecule and a larger antibody provoking molecule linked together, Kim Janda, a professor of the institute and his colleagues developed 6 meth vaccines.

The MH6 meth vaccine emerged as the most effective among the 6 vaccines produced which was able to make meth stay in the bloodstream and out of the rats nervous system. Owing to this, MH6 countered the affects of meth of greater physical activity and inability to regulate body temperature.

Symptoms of Opiate Addiction

Recognizing opiate addiction is easy!

Keep a look out for the following symptoms:

  • Excessive sleeping
  • Decrease personal hygiene
  • Loss of appetite
  • Lack of interest in life
  • Increased urge to consume opiates
  • Weight loss

Call for Help Now

Being addicted to Xanax is a serious problem that demands immediate professional help. Do not try to break this habit on your own. You will only further hurt yourself and everyone who loves you. Get help now before its too late.

Breaking free of prescription pill abuse takes more than just will power. By the time one realizes the nature of his or her addiction, the brain becomes so used to the drug it is very painful to get off it. Mental and physical discomfort may persist for weeks after withdrawal from the drug. An addict may suffer from nausea, body aches, diarrhea and enlarged pupils after withdrawal.

Among the medications to ease the withdrawal process, methadone is known to be the best, most effective treatment for narcotic addiction. Taking the right amount of methadone prevents withdrawal symptoms and eases drug craving but it does not provide the ecstasy. The dosage can be slowly reduced releasing the addict from physical dependence and the pain of withdrawal.