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Addictive Behaviour

and

Chemical Detox Program

Addictive Behaviour and Chemical Detox is designed to enable effective cleansing. Substances that are detrimental to bodily function accumulate in the body and cause dysfunction. By getting rid of these substances, the body can heal. This results in better health and wellbeing. 

The Detox helps to reduce and remove traces of narcotic substances, prescription and non-prescription drugs, alcohol, tobacco and toxins from environmental chemicals such as pollution etc. It can also help process and eliminate excess sugar, food additives and compounds found in processed foods.

Scalar Light works with your body’s natural detoxification processes to boost the cleansing process, so that your body can remove dangerous substances more effectively and efficiently.

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Addictive Behavior and Chemical Detox Program

*The Standard Scalar Sessions are included with the Addictive Behavior and Chemical Detox Program

Drugs, Alcohol & Soft Drinks
1. Heroine
2. Valium
3. Clonazepam (Klonopin)
4. Close-Up Whitening Gel
5. Cocaine
6. Coca-Cola
7. Colgate
8. kratom
9. Mentos
10. Opioid pharmaceuticals
11. psilacetin
12. Tobacco
13. Fluoride Toothpaste
14. Alcohol
15. Sensodyne
16. Sugar
17. NutraSweet (Aspartame, neotame)
Federal Illegal
1. amphetamine
2. butane hash oil
3. cat ( methcathinone )
4. cannabis
5. crack cocaine
6. crystal meth ( methamphetamine )
7. DMT ( Dimethyltryptamine )
8. ecstasy ( MDMA )
9. GHB ( club drug )
10. heroin
11. hydrocodone
12. LSD
13. marijuana
14. mescaline
15. morphine
16. oxycodone
17. special K ( ketamine )
18. 2C-B

Toxic Metals & Toxic Non-Metals
1. aluminum
2. americium-241
3. antimony
4. arsenic
5. asbestos
6. barium
7. beryllium
8. bismuth
9. cadmium
10. cesium
11. gadolinium
12. glysophate
13. indium
14. iodine-123
15. iodine-131
16. iridium
17. lead
18. lead acetate
19. lead chloride
20. lead sulfide
21. lithium
22. mercury
23. nickel
24. plutonium-239
25. radium
26. sodium aluminate
27. strontium-90
28. technetium-99
29. thallium
30. thorium
31. tin
32. titanium
33. titanium chloride
34. titanium dioxide
35. uranium
36. uranium peroxide
37. bromine (non metal)
38. galena (non metal)
39. graphite (non metal)

Food Addictions
1. adipic acid
2. Arizona Ice Tea
3. aspartame, beverages, colas
4. benzoic acid
5. ice cream
6. ice cream mix
7. margarine
8. monosodium glutamate
9. NutraSweet
10. Seven Up, beverage
11. sugar
12. SWEET'N LOW
13. tonic water
14. whipped cream
Man-made Toxic Chemicals
1. 2,4-D Choline Salt
2. acetanilide
3. acetate
4. acetone
5. acetonitrile
6. aldicarb
7. aldrin
8. ammonia
9. ammonium nitrate
10. ammonium phosphate
11. ammonium perchlorate
12. ammonium sulfate
13. anthraquinone
14. Bisphenol A ( BPA )
15. carbamide peroxide
16. chlorhexidine
17. chloroform
18. chloroisatin
19. decyloxybenzoic acid
20. diesel
21. diphenylamine
22. ethanol
23. ethidium bromide
24. fly ash
25. formaldehyde

26. glysophate
27. Glyphosate dimethylamine salt
28. hexyloxybenzoic acid
29. hydrogen peroxide
30. imidacloprid
31. kerosene
32. maltodextrin
33. melamine
34. methanol
35. monuron
36. murexide
37. para-phenylenediamine – (hair coloring)
38. paradichlorobenzene
39. Plasdone K-29
40. Plasdone K-90
41. Plasdone S-630
42. Ploxamer 407
43. Polymethyl methacrylate
44. polyurethane
45. polyvinylidene chloride
46. potassium dichromate
47. rayon
48. rotenone
49. strychnine
50. triclosan
51. Uniblue A
Pharmaceutical Product List
1. 2 – arylpropionic acid
2. aceclofenac
3. acetanilide
4. actinomycin
5. acyclovir
6. albendazole ( Albenza )
7. Alkaseltzer
8. alprazolam  ( Xanax )
9. barbital brand name: Veronal
10. beclometasone
11. benzeneboronic acid
12. bezafibrate
13. botulinum toxin
14. budesonide ( entocort )
15. bupropion ( zyban )
16. cafergot

17. Celexa
18. Cephalexin
19. codeine sulfate
20. clonazepam (Klonopin)
21. desipramine
22. dextropropoxyphene
23. diclofenac
24. dicloran
25. dideoxycytidine
26. diethylstilbesterol
27. dinitrophenol
28. disprin
29. Distalgesic
30. ethacrynic acid  ( Edecrin )
31. Fenofibrate ( Trilipix )
32. fluticasone ( Flonase )
33. Fortagesic
34. Glynase
35. hydroquinone
36. Isoniazid
37. lamotrigine brand name: Lamictal
38. Lamivudine
39. Levofloxacin   ( Levaquin )
40. Metamizole
41. Meperidine
42. Methadone
43. Methcathinone
44. Metformin
45. Metronidazole
46. Migraleve
47. Mitomycin
48. moxidectin
49. nalidixic acid
50. naphthaleneboronic acid
51. nevirapine  ( Viramune )
52. paroxetine
53. Phenylpropanolamine
54. Pontocaine
55. potassium salicylate
56. Propionamide
57. propranolol
58. prulifloxacin
59. Resorcinol
60. salbutamol sulphate

61. succinimide
62. sulfa drug 4
63. sulfa drug 6
64. sulfadiazine
65. sulindac ( Clinoril )
66. tetracaine
67. tetracycline
68. tolazamide
69. vancomycin
70. venlafaxine
71. vinblastine
72. zaleplon
73. Zomax
Insecticides / Herbicides
1. atrazine
2. Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) toxin
3. Bayer Advanced All-In-One
4. Bravo Weatherstik
5. captafol
6. carbofuran
7. chlordane
8. chlorpyrifos
9. cyanazine
10. DDT
11. Demand CS
12. glyphosate
13. imazethapyr
14. imidacloprid
15. Intrepid 2F
16. lambda cyhalothrin
17. Natria
18. Optimate CS
19. oximino methomal
20. permethrin
21. Protocol
22. Rovral 4F
23. Safari 20SG
24. Tempo SC Ultra
25. thizmethoxam
26. Tourismo
27. Warrior II

PHARMA List – Currently Included
1. Acetaminophen ( Tylenol )
2. Acyclovir ( Zovirax )
3. Adapalene ( Differin )
4. Adriamycin ( Doxorubicin )
5. Albuterol ( Ventolin )
6. Aminocaproic acid ( Amicar )
7. Amlodipine ( Norvasc )
8. Amoxicillin ( Amoxil )
9. Amphotericin B ( Fungizone )
10. Ampicillin ( Omnipen, Polycilli)
11. Aspirin ( Bayer, Excedrin )
12. Atropine ( Atropair, Atropisol )
13. Atorvastatin Calcium ( Lipitor )
14. Azithromycin ( Zithromax )
15. Azidothymidine ( AZT, Zidovudine )
16. Benzoyl Peroxide ( PanOxyl )
17. Beractant ( Survanta )
18. Butalbital ( Butalan )
19. Candesartan Cilexetil ( Atacand )
20. Carbamazepine ( Tegretol )
21. Cefotaxime (Claforan)
22. Chloramphenicol (Chloromycetin)
23. Chloroquine (Aralen)
24. Chlorothiazide (Diuril)
25. Chlorpromazine (Thorazine)
26. Cimetidine (Tagamet)
27. Ciprofloxacin (Cipro)
28. Cisplatin (Platinol)
29. Clindamycin (Cleocin)
30. Clopidogrel Bisulfate (Plavix)
31. Chlorothiazide ( Diuril )
32. Chlorpromazine (Thorazine)
33. Cimetidine ( Tagamet )
34. Ciprofloxacin ( Cipro )
35. Cisplatin ( Platinol )
36. Clindamycin ( Cleocin )
37. Clopidogrel Bisulfate ( Plavix )
38. Clotrimazole ( Lotrimin )
39. Clozapine ( Clozaril )
40. Cortisone ( Cortone )
41. Crixivan ( Indinavir )
42. Cyclosporine ( Cyclosporin A )
43. Demerol ( Meperidine )

44. Diazepam ( Valium )
45. Dideoxyinosine ( DDI, Didanosine )
46. Digoxin ( Lanoxin )
47. Diltiazem ( Cardizem )
48. Dimethyltryptamine ( DMT )
49. Diphenhydramine ( Benadryl )
50. Dipyridamole ( Dipridacot )
51. Doxycycline ( Vibramycin )
52. Enalapril ( Vasotec )
53. Ephedrine
54. Ergotamine ( Ergostat )
55. Erythromycin ( Erythrocin )
56. Etidronate ( Didronel )
57. Fentanyl ( Duragesic )
58. Finasteride ( Propecia )
59. Flunitrazepam ( Rohypnol )
60. Fluocinolone ( Fluonid )
61. Fluorouracil ( Adrucil )
62. Fluoxetine ( Prozac )
63. Furosemide ( Lasix )
64. Glipizide ( Glucotrol XL )
65. Gramicidin ( Aristocomb, Sofradex )
66. Haloperidol ( Haldol )
67. Heparin ( Calciparine )
68. Homidium Bromide ( Ethidium )
69. Hydrocortisone ( Cortaid )
70. Hydromorphone ( Dilaudid )
71. Hydroxyurea ( Hydrea, Droxya )
72. Ibuprofen ( Advil, Motrin, Nuprin )
73. Irbesartan ( Avapro )
74. Isotretinoin ( Accutane ) Kanamycin ( Kantrex )
75. Ketamine ( Ketalar )
76. Lamivudine ( 3TC, Epivir )
77. Lidocaine ( Xylocaine )
78. Lisinopril ( Prinivil )
79. Liothyronine ( Cytomel )
80. Loperamide ( Imodium )
81. Loratadine ( Claritin )
82. Lovastatin ( Mevinolin )
83. Metaproterenol ( Orciprenaline )
84. Methadone ( Dolophine )
85. Methamphetamine ( Desoxyn )
86. Methotrexate ( Folex, Rheumatrex )
87. Methylphenidate ( Ritalin )

88. Metoclopramide ( Octamide )
89. Miconazole ( Monistat )
90. Midazolam ( Versed )
91. Nifedipine ( Procardia )
92. Novocain ( Procaine )
93. Nystatin ( Mycostatin )
94. Ofloxacin ( Floxin )
95. Omeprazole ( Prilosec )
96. Paclitaxel ( Taxol )
97. Papaverine ( Pavarine )
98. Phenytoin ( Dilantin )
99. Propoxyphene ( Darvon )
100. Pseudoephedrine ( Sudafed, Robitussin )
101. Quinapril ( Accupril )
102. Quinidine ( Cardioquin )
103. Quinine ( Falciquin, Kunen, Rubiquin )
104. Ramipril ( Altace )
105. Ranitidine ( Zantac )
106. Ritonavir ( Norvir )
107. RU-486 ( Mifepristone )
108. Rofecoxib ( Vioxx )
109. Saquinavir ( Invirase )
110. Sertraline ( Zoloft )
111. Simvastatin ( Zocor )
112. Spectinomycin ( Trobicin )
113. Sucralfate ( Carafate )
114. Sulfamethoxazole & Trimethoprim ( Bactrim )
115. Sulfanilamide ( Vagitrol )
116. Sulfisoxazole ( Gantrisin )
117. Tacrine ( Cognex )
118. Tacrolimus ( Prograf )
119. Tamoxifen ( Nolvadex )
120. Tetrahydozoline ( Visine )
121. Thalidomide ( Thalomid )
122. Theophylline ( Asmalix )
123. Thiothixene ( Navane )
124. Tramadol ( Ultram )
125. Tretinoin
126. Triamterene ( Dyrenium )
127. Triazolam ( Halcion )
128. Trifluridine ( Viroptic )
129. Trihexyphenidyl ( Artane )
130. Warfarin ( Coumadin )
131. Zalcitabine ( Dideoxycytidine, DDC, Hivid )

132. Zolpidem (Ambien)
133. Cephalexin
134. Codeine
135. isoniazid
136. Hydrocodone
137. Inderal
138. Indomethacin ( Indocin )
139. Rifaximin ( Xifaxan)
140. valsartan ( Diovan )
141. fluticasone ( Cutivate )
142. dutasteride ( Avodart )
143. simvastatin
144. metamizole
145. sodium barbital isoniazid

Moving Beyond Detox

It would be great if simply detoxing dangerous substances from the body was a total solution, but this isn’t the case. Alcohol addiction is a good example. Even after all traces of alcohol have been eliminated from the body, the issue of addiction is not cured. Even the most thorough detox will not cure alcoholism.

Moving beyond the detox, there are many other important issues to consider. It is essential that we address the root causes of the addiction, and the behavioural tendencies that have allowed the addiction to develop. 

Addiction management is extremely important, and there is a range of therapies and strategies designed to help with the issues that will inevitably arise on the journey to be free of addiction. Having coping mechanisms in place, developing a support network and working on the underlying emotional issues is crucial to success.

The Human “Bliss Point”

We are all driven by basic human needs. These needs are what we aim for to keep us safe, keep us healthy and keep us happy. They enable us to survive and to thrive. They keep the species going. On an individual level, these natural tendencies drive our urge for certain activities and behaviours. These urges are strong, ancient forces that compel us. Resisting is not easy.

This is where our human weakness for addiction begins.

Addictive Behaviour – A Modern Approach

We understand addiction now better than at any point in the past, and research continues into this fascinating aspect of human behaviour. Addiction is not a choice. In fact, people can become addicted to any substance, behaviour or action.

Addiction can form around substances we know to be harmful. It can form around foods we know are bad for us. It can also form around exercise, to the point where it becomes detrimental to our health. When we carry out a particular ritual, engage in a certain behaviour or consume a certain substance, our brains are wired to react. When we get a rush of rewarding feel-good chemicals after doing something, we naturally want to experience it again. When this desire becomes compulsive, despite negative effects, this is addiction. It becomes difficult -or even physically impossible – to resist.

On a lesser scale, even if we have never experienced addiction, we all know what compulsion feels like, The compulsion to binge-watch a whole series of your favourite TV show, the temptation to finish a family-sized bag of crisps… we have all been there! These things are triggering our reward centres, and we can’t get enough of the feel-good chemicals. Food companies know this. They know that if they create just the right taste, the right balance of fats, sugars and flavours, that we won’t be able to resist. It even has a name; the ‘bliss point’

Ready For Change

A person is ready for change when something crucial about the addictive behaviour causes pain rather than pleasure. 

There will come a point when the behaviour doesn’t feel right. It doesnt align with our higher purpose. The reward is no longer worth the sacrifices that have to be made to achieve it. When we feel that the negatives outweigh the positives, it is then that we feel motivated to make a change. We enter a phase of contemplation when we begin to wonder what life would be like if we did not have this compulsion; what it would be like to be free.

Freedom From Addiction

Dopamine is produced in response to a wide range of things, and the strength of the pleasure reward can vary from person to person. As well as the notably addictive substances like drugs and alcohol, we get a dopamine response from things like gambling, gaming, shopping, social media and even falling in love! Any of these activities or behaviours that earn us a rush of feel-good brain chemistry can become addictive. For some of these things, simple behavioural changes can reduce the feeling of compulsion and restore balance. For others, there is both an emotional and a physical element, and this makes it harder to give up.

Alcohol is highly addictive because it creates a physical effect beyond the dopamine rush. Alcohol withdrawal is a very difficult physical process; the body experiences many unpleasant symptoms on top of the emotional impact.

Searching for the Dopamine HIGH

Alcoholism – like other addictions – does not have one identifiable trigger. It is caused by a number of factors. There is a genetic element to addiction; some people experience more of the chemical reward in the brain when they engage in certain behaviours or take certain substances. There is also a learned aspect; many addicts have deep-held beliefs about alcohol that come from early experiences (perhaps that ‘a real man can hold his drink’ or that ‘every woman deserves a glass of wine in the evening’). These beliefs can be deep-rooted and have a major impact on how we perceive both drinking and ourselves.

Many people have never learned how to create strategies for coping with life and so they resort to substances and behaviours that help them feel in control. Not everyone has the self-awareness to identify that a problem is developing. In order to move away from addiction towards health, these issues have to be addressed. That isn’t easy, but it is always worth it.

We Are Motivated By Emotions

As long as behaviour is rewarding, we want to continue it. We don’t usually change it until it is no longer proving rewarding. We basically want pleasure, not pain. So when something stops giving us pleasure or begins to give us pain, we tend to want to stop. There is always a balance of emotions. When the balance of emotions is on the positive side (for example, ‘ I feel slightly guilty for doing this, but it feels so good, it’s worth it’) then we continue. If the balance of emotions caused by the behaviour has tipped the other way (for example, ‘This is making me sick and hurting those around me, I feel sad, ashamed and guilty’) then we want to gain control over the behaviour and end it.

Even when the emotional payoff is negative, it is very difficult to stop. As long as the behaviour is capable of generating a reward from the pleasure centre of the brain, the desire to replicate this feeling remains. We still want that rush of dopamine – that feel-good pleasure chemical that we crave, and which addictive behaviours produce.

Physical Withdrawal and Motivation

The body craves the substance you are addicted to. In the case of alcohol, the body has become used to it. It functions with the alcohol on board. Perhaps it hasn’t had to function without it for a long time. This physical dependency on alcohol is often enough to offset the strong desire to be free of the addiction. This is why many alcoholics, drug addicts and smokers find it so difficult to leave addiction behind. 

Physical addiction means that when you stop taking the substance you are addicted to, you suffer. It causes the same feelings you would have if you were very unwell. It feels like sickness, not wellness! Every part of you wants to feel well (remember, we naturally want pleasure, not pain) and so it seems natural and right to turn to the substance that can end that pain. The overarching pain caused by the addiction itself is forgotten in that moment. We are much more motivated by physical distress that is happening right now than by emotional distress that will happen later!

This is the cycle of addiction, and it is extraordinarily sad and painful. The addiction causes emotional pain and physical harm. Withdrawing from the addiction causes side effects that make it feel impossible to continue. Going back to the addiction makes the emotional pain – and sense of failure – worse. And the cycle continues.

To other people, it might look like the person does not want to stop, or that they are selfish, or weak, or even choosing to continue. But to the addict, they feel trapped in an endless cycle of pain; the pain of addiction, the pain of recovery. This is not a weakness, and it is not a choice. This is simply getting through life the only way you can.

There is a way through it, and out of the cycle of addiction.

Emotional Energy Flow

Contentment is the basis of joy. It is the foundation of happiness. Hope positions our trajectory upwards. It positions us in such a way that we are more able to progress beyond contentment towards true joy. All this takes is a small change in how we think, a small challenge to a negative emotion; simply allowing ourselves to consider the possibility of something better.

Scalar Light Addictive Behaviour and Chemical Detox has been created with this in mind. It targets not just the addicted body, but the mind that is conflicted and in pain, and the spirit that needs strength, The Mind-Body-Spirit approach is a holistic way to uplift the entire person, treating the whole person with positive light rather than simply targeting the physical symptoms of addiction.

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Addictive Behavior and Chemical Detox Program

*The Standard Scalar Sessions are included with the Addictive Behavior and Chemical Detox Program

Drugs, Alcohol & Soft Drinks
1. Heroine
2. Valium
3. Clonazepam (Klonopin)
4. Close-Up Whitening Gel
5. Cocaine
6. Coca-Cola
7. Colgate
8. kratom
9. Mentos
10. Opioid pharmaceuticals
11. psilacetin
12. Tobacco
13. Fluoride Toothpaste
14. Alcohol
15. Sensodyne
16. Sugar
17. NutraSweet (Aspartame, neotame)
Federal Illegal
1. amphetamine
2. butane hash oil
3. cat ( methcathinone )
4. cannabis
5. crack cocaine
6. crystal meth ( methamphetamine )
7. DMT ( Dimethyltryptamine )
8. ecstasy ( MDMA )
9. GHB ( club drug )
10. heroin
11. hydrocodone
12. LSD
13. marijuana
14. mescaline
15. morphine
16. oxycodone
17. special K ( ketamine )
18. 2C-B

Toxic Metals & Toxic Non-Metals
1. aluminum
2. americium-241
3. antimony
4. arsenic
5. asbestos
6. barium
7. beryllium
8. bismuth
9. cadmium
10. cesium
11. gadolinium
12. glysophate
13. indium
14. iodine-123
15. iodine-131
16. iridium
17. lead
18. lead acetate
19. lead chloride
20. lead sulfide
21. lithium
22. mercury
23. nickel
24. plutonium-239
25. radium
26. sodium aluminate
27. strontium-90
28. technetium-99
29. thallium
30. thorium
31. tin
32. titanium
33. titanium chloride
34. titanium dioxide
35. uranium
36. uranium peroxide
37. bromine (non metal)
38. galena (non metal)
39. graphite (non metal)

Food Addictions
1. adipic acid
2. Arizona Ice Tea
3. aspartame, beverages, colas
4. benzoic acid
5. ice cream
6. ice cream mix
7. margarine
8. monosodium glutamate
9. NutraSweet
10. Seven Up, beverage
11. sugar
12. SWEET'N LOW
13. tonic water
14. whipped cream
Man-made Toxic Chemicals
1. 2,4-D Choline Salt
2. acetanilide
3. acetate
4. acetone
5. acetonitrile
6. aldicarb
7. aldrin
8. ammonia
9. ammonium nitrate
10. ammonium phosphate
11. ammonium perchlorate
12. ammonium sulfate
13. anthraquinone
14. Bisphenol A ( BPA )
15. carbamide peroxide
16. chlorhexidine
17. chloroform
18. chloroisatin
19. decyloxybenzoic acid
20. diesel
21. diphenylamine
22. ethanol
23. ethidium bromide
24. fly ash
25. formaldehyde

26. glysophate
27. Glyphosate dimethylamine salt
28. hexyloxybenzoic acid
29. hydrogen peroxide
30. imidacloprid
31. kerosene
32. maltodextrin
33. melamine
34. methanol
35. monuron
36. murexide
37. para-phenylenediamine – (hair coloring)
38. paradichlorobenzene
39. Plasdone K-29
40. Plasdone K-90
41. Plasdone S-630
42. Ploxamer 407
43. Polymethyl methacrylate
44. polyurethane
45. polyvinylidene chloride
46. potassium dichromate
47. rayon
48. rotenone
49. strychnine
50. triclosan
51. Uniblue A
Pharmaceutical Product List
1. 2 – arylpropionic acid
2. aceclofenac
3. acetanilide
4. actinomycin
5. acyclovir
6. albendazole ( Albenza )
7. Alkaseltzer
8. alprazolam  ( Xanax )
9. barbital brand name: Veronal
10. beclometasone
11. benzeneboronic acid
12. bezafibrate
13. botulinum toxin
14. budesonide ( entocort )
15. bupropion ( zyban )
16. cafergot

17. Celexa
18. Cephalexin
19. codeine sulfate
20. clonazepam (Klonopin)
21. desipramine
22. dextropropoxyphene
23. diclofenac
24. dicloran
25. dideoxycytidine
26. diethylstilbesterol
27. dinitrophenol
28. disprin
29. Distalgesic
30. ethacrynic acid  ( Edecrin )
31. Fenofibrate ( Trilipix )
32. fluticasone ( Flonase )
33. Fortagesic
34. Glynase
35. hydroquinone
36. Isoniazid
37. lamotrigine brand name: Lamictal
38. Lamivudine
39. Levofloxacin   ( Levaquin )
40. Metamizole
41. Meperidine
42. Methadone
43. Methcathinone
44. Metformin
45. Metronidazole
46. Migraleve
47. Mitomycin
48. moxidectin
49. nalidixic acid
50. naphthaleneboronic acid
51. nevirapine  ( Viramune )
52. paroxetine
53. Phenylpropanolamine
54. Pontocaine
55. potassium salicylate
56. Propionamide
57. propranolol
58. prulifloxacin
59. Resorcinol
60. salbutamol sulphate

61. succinimide
62. sulfa drug 4
63. sulfa drug 6
64. sulfadiazine
65. sulindac ( Clinoril )
66. tetracaine
67. tetracycline
68. tolazamide
69. vancomycin
70. venlafaxine
71. vinblastine
72. zaleplon
73. Zomax
Insecticides / Herbicides
1. atrazine
2. Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) toxin
3. Bayer Advanced All-In-One
4. Bravo Weatherstik
5. captafol
6. carbofuran
7. chlordane
8. chlorpyrifos
9. cyanazine
10. DDT
11. Demand CS
12. glyphosate
13. imazethapyr
14. imidacloprid
15. Intrepid 2F
16. lambda cyhalothrin
17. Natria
18. Optimate CS
19. oximino methomal
20. permethrin
21. Protocol
22. Rovral 4F
23. Safari 20SG
24. Tempo SC Ultra
25. thizmethoxam
26. Tourismo
27. Warrior II

PHARMA List – Currently Included
1. Acetaminophen ( Tylenol )
2. Acyclovir ( Zovirax )
3. Adapalene ( Differin )
4. Adriamycin ( Doxorubicin )
5. Albuterol ( Ventolin )
6. Aminocaproic acid ( Amicar )
7. Amlodipine ( Norvasc )
8. Amoxicillin ( Amoxil )
9. Amphotericin B ( Fungizone )
10. Ampicillin ( Omnipen, Polycilli)
11. Aspirin ( Bayer, Excedrin )
12. Atropine ( Atropair, Atropisol )
13. Atorvastatin Calcium ( Lipitor )
14. Azithromycin ( Zithromax )
15. Azidothymidine ( AZT, Zidovudine )
16. Benzoyl Peroxide ( PanOxyl )
17. Beractant ( Survanta )
18. Butalbital ( Butalan )
19. Candesartan Cilexetil ( Atacand )
20. Carbamazepine ( Tegretol )
21. Cefotaxime (Claforan)
22. Chloramphenicol (Chloromycetin)
23. Chloroquine (Aralen)
24. Chlorothiazide (Diuril)
25. Chlorpromazine (Thorazine)
26. Cimetidine (Tagamet)
27. Ciprofloxacin (Cipro)
28. Cisplatin (Platinol)
29. Clindamycin (Cleocin)
30. Clopidogrel Bisulfate (Plavix)
31. Chlorothiazide ( Diuril )
32. Chlorpromazine (Thorazine)
33. Cimetidine ( Tagamet )
34. Ciprofloxacin ( Cipro )
35. Cisplatin ( Platinol )
36. Clindamycin ( Cleocin )
37. Clopidogrel Bisulfate ( Plavix )
38. Clotrimazole ( Lotrimin )
39. Clozapine ( Clozaril )
40. Cortisone ( Cortone )
41. Crixivan ( Indinavir )
42. Cyclosporine ( Cyclosporin A )
43. Demerol ( Meperidine )

44. Diazepam ( Valium )
45. Dideoxyinosine ( DDI, Didanosine )
46. Digoxin ( Lanoxin )
47. Diltiazem ( Cardizem )
48. Dimethyltryptamine ( DMT )
49. Diphenhydramine ( Benadryl )
50. Dipyridamole ( Dipridacot )
51. Doxycycline ( Vibramycin )
52. Enalapril ( Vasotec )
53. Ephedrine
54. Ergotamine ( Ergostat )
55. Erythromycin ( Erythrocin )
56. Etidronate ( Didronel )
57. Fentanyl ( Duragesic )
58. Finasteride ( Propecia )
59. Flunitrazepam ( Rohypnol )
60. Fluocinolone ( Fluonid )
61. Fluorouracil ( Adrucil )
62. Fluoxetine ( Prozac )
63. Furosemide ( Lasix )
64. Glipizide ( Glucotrol XL )
65. Gramicidin ( Aristocomb, Sofradex )
66. Haloperidol ( Haldol )
67. Heparin ( Calciparine )
68. Homidium Bromide ( Ethidium )
69. Hydrocortisone ( Cortaid )
70. Hydromorphone ( Dilaudid )
71. Hydroxyurea ( Hydrea, Droxya )
72. Ibuprofen ( Advil, Motrin, Nuprin )
73. Irbesartan ( Avapro )
74. Isotretinoin ( Accutane ) Kanamycin ( Kantrex )
75. Ketamine ( Ketalar )
76. Lamivudine ( 3TC, Epivir )
77. Lidocaine ( Xylocaine )
78. Lisinopril ( Prinivil )
79. Liothyronine ( Cytomel )
80. Loperamide ( Imodium )
81. Loratadine ( Claritin )
82. Lovastatin ( Mevinolin )
83. Metaproterenol ( Orciprenaline )
84. Methadone ( Dolophine )
85. Methamphetamine ( Desoxyn )
86. Methotrexate ( Folex, Rheumatrex )
87. Methylphenidate ( Ritalin )

88. Metoclopramide ( Octamide )
89. Miconazole ( Monistat )
90. Midazolam ( Versed )
91. Nifedipine ( Procardia )
92. Novocain ( Procaine )
93. Nystatin ( Mycostatin )
94. Ofloxacin ( Floxin )
95. Omeprazole ( Prilosec )
96. Paclitaxel ( Taxol )
97. Papaverine ( Pavarine )
98. Phenytoin ( Dilantin )
99. Propoxyphene ( Darvon )
100. Pseudoephedrine ( Sudafed, Robitussin )
101. Quinapril ( Accupril )
102. Quinidine ( Cardioquin )
103. Quinine ( Falciquin, Kunen, Rubiquin )
104. Ramipril ( Altace )
105. Ranitidine ( Zantac )
106. Ritonavir ( Norvir )
107. RU-486 ( Mifepristone )
108. Rofecoxib ( Vioxx )
109. Saquinavir ( Invirase )
110. Sertraline ( Zoloft )
111. Simvastatin ( Zocor )
112. Spectinomycin ( Trobicin )
113. Sucralfate ( Carafate )
114. Sulfamethoxazole & Trimethoprim ( Bactrim )
115. Sulfanilamide ( Vagitrol )
116. Sulfisoxazole ( Gantrisin )
117. Tacrine ( Cognex )
118. Tacrolimus ( Prograf )
119. Tamoxifen ( Nolvadex )
120. Tetrahydozoline ( Visine )
121. Thalidomide ( Thalomid )
122. Theophylline ( Asmalix )
123. Thiothixene ( Navane )
124. Tramadol ( Ultram )
125. Tretinoin
126. Triamterene ( Dyrenium )
127. Triazolam ( Halcion )
128. Trifluridine ( Viroptic )
129. Trihexyphenidyl ( Artane )
130. Warfarin ( Coumadin )
131. Zalcitabine ( Dideoxycytidine, DDC, Hivid )

132. Zolpidem (Ambien)
133. Cephalexin
134. Codeine
135. isoniazid
136. Hydrocodone
137. Inderal
138. Indomethacin ( Indocin )
139. Rifaximin ( Xifaxan)
140. valsartan ( Diovan )
141. fluticasone ( Cutivate )
142. dutasteride ( Avodart )
143. simvastatin
144. metamizole
145. sodium barbital isoniazid

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The Addictive Behaviour/Chemical Detox Program is a program of bioenergetic clearing that has been created for anyone who wants to control addictive behaviour.

It is safe, simple, and effective.

The program is based on Standardised Scalar Sessions, with an additional component that involves behavioural support and a powerful chemical detox.

The advanced Chemical Detox is focused on eliminating dangerous substances within the body. This includes, but is not limited to, alcohol, narcotics, drugs of all kinds – prescription and non-prescription, tobacco and chemicals found in tobacco products, sugar and toxins found in processed foods and soft drinks. 

The body has a powerful detoxification system, but it can become overwhelmed or dysfunctional. Scalar Light energy waves boost the body’s natural ability to self cleanse, tuning in to the body’s natural processes and enhancing them for a more effective removal of any substances that are holding the body back from healing, or causing damage on a cellular level.  

 The Scalar Light Addictive Behaviour/Chemical Detox Program also works beyond the physical level to help those who want freedom from the compulsion to indulge in certain behaviours or substances. It can work to reduce cravings and the emotional dependence that comes with addiction to harmful things. In doing so, the program supports the withdrawal process.

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