On the market since 2008, Withdrawal Ease claims to be a more comfortable and affordable way to detox at home. Does it live up to that bold claim?
As far as being an affordable option, that is a difficult question to provide a simple answer to. Does it cost less than competitors or using something like the Thomas Recipe? Yes, it is cheaper than some of the similar products on the market. It is less expensive than the Thomas Recipe.
However, if it does not provide the relief needed to get through opiate withdrawal, is it really more affordable?
When looking for home remedies for opiate withdrawal, your first, second, and third concern should be, “Is it effective?” Any product that helps you to get off of opiates is going to be cheaper than staying on opiates in the long run.
We are not suggesting anyone should carelessly spend their money. We just want to caution you in looking at cost as an overriding factor in your decision of which opiate withdrawal relief supplement to select.
Withdrawal Ease is offered in both a Daytime Formulation and Nighttime Formulation. The Daytime Formulation is designed to help you get through detox while being able to carry on with some of your normal daily routine. Their website says it is designed to treat:
- Flu-like symptoms
- Lack of energy
- Gastrointestinal issues such as nausea and diarrhea
- Pain (muscle aches and pains)
- Loss of appetite.
The Nighttime Formulation is designed to help with:
- Restless Leg Syndrom (RLS)
- Gastrointestinal Issues
Recommended dosage for each is two capsules daily.
It is recommended that you use these two products together, taking the Daytime in the mornings and the Nighttime just before bed for the best results.
Does it work?
Withdrawal Ease does have an extensive list of ingredients including popular opiate withdrawal relief remedies such as passion flower, L-Tyrosine, GABA, ginger, Cayenne, zinc, copper, vitamin B6, magnesium, and melatonin among others, but the dosages are not high enough to really provide noticeable relief for anything other than mild withdrawals.
If you search around, you will find people who say they used this product and it did help with their withdrawal. Keep in mind that each addiction is different, and the body reacts to withdrawal is going to be different from case to case. You will also find people who say that the Thomas Recipe works, although we go through in detail why the Thomas Recipe is not a suitable opiate withdrawal remedy.
Nobody is going to say that those people who experienced relief with Withdrawal Ease are wrong. We just feel that the scope of addiction severities that Withdrawal Ease might provide relief for is much smaller compared to a product like Elimidrol.
Money Back Guarantee
Perhaps the makers of Withdrawal Ease have come to the same conclusion. That would explain their money back guarantee, which is quite lacking. They do have a money back guarantee, but it only covers a refund of the product minus shipping charges if you have not tried it. In other words, if you use it and are not satisfied with the results, that is not covered by their guarantee. Their guarantee really only covers if you order the product and then change your mind about using it. If the seal is broken, it is non-refundable.
Considering that most of their competitors are not putting restrictions on the guarantee like this, it is hard to endorse the product. If the manufacturer will not stand behind their own product, how can we?
We wish that we could give our stamp of approval to Withdrawal Ease as a solid home remedy for opiate withdrawal. The truth is that there are better options on the market today. The lack of a true money back guarantee also makes it difficult to really recommend this as an option.