All-Natural ModernaXL Aims to Increase Recovery Rates for Substance Abusers

on Tuesday, 22 May 2012. Posted in Breaking News, From Professionals

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ModeraXL is a "specially formulated powder" to treat addiction, and some claim it has a 75% success rate. According to, this all natural powder replenishes nutrients in the brain that are depleted by addiction.

The use of this substance, treating those with addiction to cigarettes, alcohol, and drugs, at The Raleigh House of Hope in Colorado and other targeted amino acid therapy programs have shown a 75% success rate, which is higher than success rate of traditional programs. According to the drug treatment statistics from the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), between 40 and 60% of those who attend treatment relapse soon after.

ModernaXL assists in the early stages of recovery, making it easier to wean of the abused substances. This allows the patients to become more actively engaged in their recovery. By nearly eliminating pre-acute withdrawal symptoms, patients also maintain longer periods of sobriety.

One packet of ModernaXL contains many of the nutrients the brain has lost during its addiction. These nutrients help to address the body's potential biochemical deficiencies in the addict's brain. The packet contains amino acids that promote healthy brain function. This non-habit forming, natural powder is designed to calm cravings, while allowing the user to live a clearer, focused, and energized lifestyle.

ModernaXL is also available without a prescription. The company was founded by a former addict, in hopes to help others struggling with the disease of addiction. Each packet is filled with vitamins, such as L-Tyrosine, L-Glutamine, DL-Phenylalanie, GABA, DL-Methionine, Eleuthero, Gotu Kola, and Mucuna Pruriens. This powder is designed to create the essential building blocks an addicted brain and body needs to heal faster and return to a normal state.

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