Reginald Kittycat, that is your story, and we thank you for the in put.
It is my belief that if one uses opiates for a prolonged period, one never fully gets "off" of them. Sure, there's months of false "sobriety" where the natural rush from your body over-producing endorphins and dopamine and enkaphalin to deal with not having dope in the body, but it goes away, and one goes back. Never, ever, seen a case where someone gets "clean". Ha! It is to laugh!
See, when one uses for a long time, they grow more opiate receptors throughout their body and brain than they had grown when they had finished puberty. (Or if they are in puberty when using then they end up with a lot more than if they hadn't used.) These receptors never go away. Some doctors and scientists claim they go dormant after a number of years. What we are addressing first is to keep them from screaming when you pull away their bottle.
I see I have no new pm's. Well I should say that the plant is available from many sources, much cheaper than a script for methadone or subs, and is quite easy to slide on and off, as long as one drinks it. We're talking oral m whose intake is protected by the other alkaloids in the plant that keep animals, (yes we are animals,) from killing themselves or getting too addicted. The first lessening of those chemicals is from production and purification of opium. Then on down the line.
So.. trying to get the animal body to make more evolved chemicals of awareness, (yes, opiates are chemicals of awareness,) is the goal, weather one knows consciously or not. This requires years of experimentation, and learning to be straight in your own way, and not overdo anything. Remember, even in the church of Satan, (the original one anyway,) the key watchword was "moderation." What if people who drank 2-3 servings of fine adult libation nightly were told it was bad and now illegal and being "clean" was the best and only option?
So, keep dancing. And stay away from doctors and pushers. (GoddÄmn the pusher-man!)
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