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Re(1): meth addict recovery

Posted on September 24, 2006 at 12:03:32 AM by KenricoCare
Hi Sally,

Meth is an addictive stimulant drug that damages neuron cell endings over time similar to Parkinson's disease.

Our pads pull toxic chemicals from our body such as nicotine, uric acid, heavy metals, including Meth and it does it safely by keeping the balance of our body. According to research, our pad can also prevent neurotoxic effect of Meth by increasing the alpha brain waves.

Alpha Waves have a bridging capacity between our conscious and unconscious/superconscious minds, as well as a vivid imagery, and relaxed, detached awareness. When we completely relax, we shift into Alpha waves. Alpha brainwaves are conducive to creative problem solving, accelerated learning, mood elevation and stress reduction. They provide a bridge between our conscious and unconscious and/or super conscious minds.

All the best,
Kenrico Support

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  • meth addict recovery - By sally September 23, 2006 at 02:03:00 AM
    • Re(1): meth addict recovery - By KenricoCare September 24, 2006 at 12:03:32 AM

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