What is the Drug Bomb?
It has been discovered that in order to reduce the aftermaths of "breaking" in the body, it’s necessary to take an effective vitamin complex, which we have called "Drug-bomb" (the name literally means "bomb against drugs").
When someone stops taking drugs, it is recommended to give "drug-bomb" four times per day, approximately every six hours. It should not be taken on an empty stomach, because it can cause burns of the mucous membrane. Drug-bomb must be offered after a meal, or with yogurt, and better if it is taken between meals. A dose of vitamins should be taken with great care - so that they do not hurt the mucous membrane of the digestive tract otherwise it could cause ulcers of the duodenum (the upper portion of the intestine), and the patient will not be able to continue the treatment. People who take drugs, are usually in terrible physical condition; therefore, all the down vitamins should be provided as tablets with the corresponding protective shell that dissolves in the intestine. This means that the capsules should be covered with a special shell that dissolves slowly, and as a result of it, the vitamins do not damage the sensitive upper mucosal digestive tract damage. As a final recommendation, the vitamins as powder can be in taken with milk.
"Drug Bomb" consists of:
* 1000 milligrams of niacinamide (not nicotinic acid). This helps counteract any mental disturbance.
* 5000 IU of vitamin A.
* 400 IU of vitamin D.
* 800 IU of vitamin E.
* 2000 milligrams of vitamin C.
* 500 milligrams of magnesium carbonate (to make the vitamin C effective).
* 25 milligrams of B6.
* 200 milligrams of B complex.
* 300 milligrams of B1.
* 100 milligrams of pantothenic acid.
This formula should be given four times a day while a person is coming off drugs, roughly every six hours.
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I guess "Narconon" is now the "First Step Program."