Molly: The “New” Ecstasy

Does your loved one have a new friend named Molly? If so, then it’s time to learn more about how drug dealers have rebranded the old Ecstasy into a newer, purer form of MDMA. Once Therapeutic, Now Recreational Scientists at Merck pharmaceuticals invented MDMA in 1912. It was originally used by psychotherapists for the purpose…

Doctor Shopping: The Trend Opioid Addiction Created

Millions of Americans use prescription drugs every day to treat conditions such as chronic pain and anxiety. Unfortunately, for many people, what begins as an innocent solution for relief becomes a relentless, destructive, and life-threatening habit. Here’s what you need to know about doctor shopping and why prescription drug abuse is a serious threat to…

Healing Pain without Dependence

Every day, millions of Americans struggle with chronic pain and a subsequent dependence on prescription painkillers. Many who suffer from chronic pain receive prescriptions for “safe” drugs from their physicians only to discover they can’t quit taking them when they’d like, thus beginning a dangerous cycle of dependency. The Ranch PA has helped many individuals…

How to Choose the Best Drug Rehab Facility for You

When it comes to choosing a rehabilitation facility, there is no doubt that one size definitely does not fit all. Choosing an effective drug rehab for you or your loved one’s needs depends largely on the methods of treatment, the types of amenities preferred, the opportunities for holistic growth, and a variety of other important…

Is There Hope for Drug Addiction?

Many addicts and their families fear the shame and guilt associated with substance abuse. Some even feel there is no hope to be had. The good news is that modern addiction science has progressed further than ever before, and now more than ever there are real, lifelong solutions to the disease of substance abuse. Explore…

“Bridging”: A New Prescription Drug Abuse Trend

Bridging is a street term used to describe the abuse of prescription drugs, not to gain a high, but to minimize withdrawal symptoms between highs. The practice is most common among people suffering from opioid and benzodiazepine addiction. Both families of drugs cause severe withdrawal symptoms. Opioid and Benzodiazepine Withdrawal Symptoms If your loved one…