Formulated for symptoms associated with caffeine withdrawal such as cravings, headache, irritability, restlessness and fatigue.
Directions: Ages 12 and up, take 6 drops or pellets by mouth (ages 0 to 11, give 3 drops or pellets) as needed or as directed by a health professional. Under age 2, crush/dissolve pellets in purified water. Sensitive persons begin with 1 drop or pellet and gradually increase to full dose.
Active Ingredients: Chamomilla 3x, Taraxacum officinale 3x, Valeriana officinalis 3x, Aconitum napellus 15x, Argentum nitricum 15x, Arsenicum album 15x, Belladonna 15x, Benzoicum acidum 15x, Berberis vulgaris 15x, Bryonia 15x, Cantharis 15x, Ceanothus americanus 15x, Chelidonium majus 15x, Chionanthus virginica 15x, Cinchona officinalis 15x, Coffea cruda 15x, Conium maculatum 15x, Gelsemium sempervirens 15x, Ignatia amara 15x, Iris versicolor 15x, Mezereum 15x, Nux vomica 15x, Passiflora incarnata 15x, Pulsatilla 15x, Rhus toxicodendron 15x, Scutellaria lateriflora 15x, Staphysagria 15x.
Liquid Inactive Ingredients: USP Purified water; USP Gluten-free, non-GMO, organic cane alcohol 20%.
Pellet Inactive Ingredients: Gluten-free, non-GMO, beet-derived sucrose (lactose free) pellets.
According to the Materia Medica the following remedies in Caffeine Withdrawal may be administered for the following conditions:
Aconitum napellus: Restlessness, physical and mental; Sleeplessness with restless and tossing about.
Argentum nitricum: Headache with coldness and trembling; Headaches end in vomiting; Fatigue.
Arsenicum album: Low vitality; Anxiety, better coffee; Craves acids and coffee.
Belladonna: Vascular headache; Rapid but weakened pulse; Distaste for coffee.
Benzoicum acidum: Weariness and lassitude; Cold perspiration on the head.
Berberis vulgaris: Kidney disorders; Mentally and physically tired; Palpitations.
Bryonia: Liver disorders; Craves coffee; Migraine headache; Exceedingly irritable.
Cantharis: Drinking the smallest quantity of coffee increases pain in bladder and is vomited; Stomach aggravation from drinking coffee; Gastric, hepatic and abdominal complaints that are aggravated by drinking coffee.
Ceanothus americanus: Dull frontal headaches; Awake all night.
Chamomilla: Hypersensitive from abuse of coffee; Aversion to coffee; Sleeplessness from abuse of coffee; Nausea after coffee.
Chelidonium majus: Great general lethargy; Craves hot drinks; Aversion to coffee.
Chionanthus virginica: Headaches; Nervous and restless in bed.
Cinchona officinalis: Dislike coffee; Disturbed, unrefreshing sleep; Ill effects of tea.
Coffea cruda: Nervous palpitations; Increased susceptibility of old people to the stimulating action of coffee and tea.
Conium maculatum: Palpitations, worse drinking; Craving for coffee.
Gelsemium sempervirens: Drug overdose; Insomnia from exhaustion; Headaches; Mental dullness.
Ignatia amara: Headaches increase with coffee; Headaches from abuse of coffee; Worse after coffee.
Iris versicolor: Headaches; Nervous debility; Great sleeplessness.
Mezereum: Craves coffee, fat, wine; Inflammation of stomach.
Nux vomica: Indoor life and mental strain seeks stimulants, coffee, wine, possibly in excess; Intoxicated feeling-worse, morning, mental exhertion, tobacco, alcohol, coffee, open air; Dyspepsia from drinking strong coffee.
Passiflora incarnata: Has a quieting effect on the nervous system; Abuse of narcotics.
Pulsatilla: Desire for tonic; Heart palpitations; All-gone sensation, especially in tea drinkers.
Rhus toxicodendron: Anxious; Trembling and palpitations when sitting still.
Scutellaria lateriflora: Dull, frontal headache; Twitching of muscles; Cardiac irritability; Tired, weak feeling.
Staphysagria: Desire for stimulants; Sadness with irritability with no apparent cause; Nervous disorders with marked irritability.
Taraxacum officinale: Sleepiness in daytime; Heavy, numbing headache.
Valeriana officinalis: Sleeplessness; Heart palpitations; Irritable.
||Poison Ivey Extract
|Amazing I moved to a farm with lots of tree and had them cut down only the pines that were diseased because of the poison ivy, oak, sumac, which ever and just from the cutting of the trees it got in the air I got it soooooo terrible I wanted to die. However came across this product and after a couple of year of starting this in March I can now pull the stuff. I am 67 and all my life in the spring I got poison oak, ivy and sumac is the worst and now I am free!!!!!!|
||Supports a serious desire to quit!
|Inevitably the withdrawal effects come up. The pellets are really good at stopping them in their tracks. Im not too fussy with counting or touching - just pop a couple under my tongue and good to go!|
|- Emily H, LA|