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 Gaharwar Kalp Plus ,15capsule

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Maharashtra, India

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Gaharwar Kalp Plus Capsules is an Ayurvedic Remedy for Alcohol Addiction.  The effects of non- addiction will be seen within the first week.  There are no negative effects of the treatment. Gaharwar Kalp Plus Capsule is a safe Herbal product.
The Herbs Utilized To Prepare Gaharwar Kalp Plus works in three ways; It induces a Substance-Opposing Tendency in the individual using it. it further detoxifies the organs and body as whole to regain health deteriorated due to substance abuse. It helps addict regain the mental strength to resist the urge for further use.
This is odourless, colourless, tasteless, and available in capsule form which is to be mixed with food article such as in gravy, dal or other liquid food which can be given to addict.  It will be absorbed into the body of the addict and thus end the cravings of alcohol.

Benefits: 

  • Reduces enjoyment factor associated with alcohol, Reduces craving for alcohol, Improves liver function, Removes toxins and purifies blood.

Indications:

  • Alcohol addiction

Ingredients:

  • Tulsi (ocimum sanctum)
  • Dalchini (Cinnamomum zeylanicum)
  • Vidari Kand (Ipomoea Digitata)
  • Giloy (Tinospora Cordifolia)
  • Kutki (Picrorhiza Kurrooa)
  • Bhui Amla (Phyllanthus Niruri)
  • Lavang (syzygium aromaticum)
  • Neem (Azadirachta Indica)

Dosage:

  • One capsule a day (Preferably mix the capsule powder in breakfast or lunch without patient knowledge. Also ensure that complete dose is consumed and no food is left over)

Side effects:

  • Ayurvedic medicines are made from natural ingredients such as herbs hence are safe and well tolerated.

Precautions:

  • The treatment results in vomiting hence Patients with heart diseases, uncontrolled high blood pressure and diabetics should be avoided.

COD is also available for this product, for any query you can call or whatsapp on +91- 7208305579.

 

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FAQ

 

Question 1: What is “addicted”?

Answer: physically and mentally dependent on a particular substance.

physiological need for a habit forming substance is called “addicted” (such as a drug and Alcohol)

It also causes serious damage to families, relationships, schools, workplaces and neighborhoods.

Addiction can be effectively prevented, “ Gharvar kulp plus “ is the best medicine  for alcohol de-addiction, which is available on hottcart.com

Question 2: What is “alcoholism”?

Answer: Alcoholism is the most severe form of alcohol abuse and involves the inability to manage drinking habits. , “ Gharvar kulp plus “ is the best medicine  for alcohol de-addiction, which is available on hottcart.com

Question 3: What is “alcohol withdrawal”?

Answer: Alcohol withdrawal syndrome can occur when you quit drinking and may trigger life-threatening health complications. Whether you’ve been drinking for weeks, months or years, it’s possible to experience alcohol withdrawal syndrome.

Question 4: What is “alcoholic”?

Answer: An alcoholic is a person who suffers from the disease of alcoholism. His or her brain has become dependent on alcohol to function, and without a drink, withdrawal symptoms occur.

Question 5: What is “alcohol withdrawal symptoms”?

Answer: Alcohol withdrawal symptoms can occur as early as two hours after your last drink. Typically, symptoms will peak within the first 24 to 48 hours. This is when you may experience the most uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms such as insomnia, rapid heartbeat, changes in blood pressure, sweating, tremors and fever.

Question 6: What is “alcohol abuse”?

Answer: Alcohol abuse can affect your body both inside and out. Even though you’re unable to see the damage drinking causes to your internal organs, it’s important not to ignore the warning signs of alcoholism.

Question 7: What is “alcohol treatment”?

Answer: Choosing to get help for alcoholism is one of the biggest decisions a person will make in their life. Before starting treatment, you should understand the various services each program offers. For instance, a comprehensive program focuses on the person as a whole, rather than just their alcohol use.
Many comprehensive treatment programs employ several or all of these factors:

Question 9: What is “symptoms of alcoholism”?

  • Answer: Drinking alone and/or attempting to hide it from others
  • Not being able to place a limit on consumption
  • Missing family-based and/or business-related events
  • Feeling irritable when unable to have a drink
  • Relationship trouble stemming from alcohol use
  • Run-ins with the law, such as driving under the influence or public intoxication
  • Sweating and nausea, even when not drinking

 

Question 10: What is “alcohol rehab”?

Answer: Alcohol rehabilitation is the process of combining medical and psychotherapeutic treatments to address dependency on alcohol. The goal of both, drug and alcohol rehabilitation (inpatient or outpatient) is for the patient to remain permanently abstinent and gain the psychological tools for long-term sobriety.

Question 11: What is “drug rehab”?

Answer: Drug rehabilitation is the process of medical or psychotherapeutic treatment for dependency on psychoactive substance such as alcohol, prescription drugs, and street drugs  such as marijuana, cocaine, heroin or amphetamines. 

Question 12: What is “alcohol recovery”?

Answer: The Stages of change model is a tool that outlines the steps many individuals take on their journey of alcohol recovery. While every person’s journey to sobriety is unique, you may recognize yourself or a loved on in any of these steps.

Question 13: What is “signs of alcoholism”?

Answer: There are various warning signs to help detect potential alcohol abuse. While many signs are recognizable, others may be more difficult to identify. Also, the severity of alcohol abuse may play a role in the warning signs a person exhibits. For example, some people try to cover their alcohol abuse by drinking in private and isolating themselves from others. This makes it challenging for family members or friends to intervene and help their loved one.

Question 14: What is “alcohol rehabilitation”?

Answer: Alcohol rehabilitation is the process of combining medical and psychotherapeutic treatments to address dependency on alcohol. The goal of both, drug and alcohol rehabilitation (inpatient or outpatient) is for the patient to remain permanently abstinent and gain the psychological tools for long-term sobriety.

Question 15: What is “alcohol dependence”?

Answer: Alcohol dependence, sometimes known as ‘alcoholism’, is the most serious form of drinking problem and describes a strong, often uncontrollable, desire to drink.

Drinking plays an important part in the day to day life of alcohol dependent people, which could lead to building up a physical tolerance or experiencing withdrawal symptoms if they stop.

Question 16: What is “quit drinking”?

Answer: Quitting isn’t even the hardest part. It isn’t even what happens to you when you quit. The hardest part of the journey to sobriety is attempting sobriety in the first place. Still, people can and do recover from alcoholism, perhaps more often than you may think.

Question 17: What is “medication for alcoholism”?

Answer: Today, alcoholism is referred to as alcohol use disorder. People who have alcohol use disorder drink regularly and in large amounts. They develop a physical dependency over time. When their bodies don’t have alcohol, they experience withdrawal symptoms.

Question 18: What is “alcohol treatment centers”?

Answer: In India there are many centers who helps peoples in treatment of alcoholism, in these centers experts doctors provides different type of treatments to stop drinking alcohol. “Gharwar Kalp Plus” can be use to alcohol withdrawal treatment.

Question 19: What is “alcohol withdrawal treatment”?

Answer: “Gharwar Kalp Plus” can be used for alcohol withdrawal treatment.

 

Question 20: What is “alcohol rehab centers”?

Answer: Alcohol rehab is often the only way that an individual who’s struggling with addiction can get help. There are rehab centers all over the country that offer individualized programs to treat alcoholism, regardless of how long the disease has been present. Alcohol treatment programs take many factors into consideration, including the person’s age and gender, and the extent and length of the addiction. Many alcohol rehab centers also offer various aftercare options and recommendations to help clients maintain their sobriety, such as group therapy.

Question 21: How to quit alcohol?

Answer: Quitting isn’t even the hardest part. It isn’t even what happens to you when you quit. The hardest part of the journey to sobriety is attempting sobriety in the first place. Still, people can and do recover from alcoholism, perhaps more often than you may think. “Gharwar Kalp Plus” can be used for Quitting Alchol.

 

Question 22: What is “tablets to stop drinking alcohol”?

Answer: “Gharwar Kalp Plus tablets” can be used to stop drinking alcohol.

Question 23: What is “medicine to stop drinking alcohol”?

Answer: “Gharwar Kalp Plus ” can be used to stop drinking alcohol.

Question 24: What is “alcohol problems”?

Answer: Problems with alcohol can range from occasionally drinking at harmful levels to full-blown alcoholism, or alcohol dependence. Not everyone who has an alcohol use disorder is an alcoholic, and not everyone who could benefit from treatment is an alcoholic.

Question 25: What is “alcohol withdrawal medication”?

Answer: “Gharwar Kalp Plus ” can be used to stop drinking alcohol.

Question 26: What are “stages of alcoholism”?

Answer: Stage #1: Occasional abuse and binge drinking-The first stage of alcoholism is a general experimentation with alcohol. These drinkers may be new to different forms of alcohol and likely to test their limits. This experimental stage is commonly seen in young adults.

Stage #2: Increased drinking-Drinkers leave the experimental stage when their alcohol consumption becomes more frequent. Instead of just drinking at parties once in a while, you may find yourself drinking every weekend.

Stage #3: Problem drinking-Frequent, uncontrolled alcohol abuse eventually leads to problem drinking. While any form of alcohol abuse is problematic, the term “problem drinker” refers to someone who starts experiencing the impacts of their habit.

 

Question 27: What is “Alcoholics”?

Answer:  Alcoholics is the most severe form of alcohol abuse and involves the inability to manage drinking habits. It is also commonly referred to as alcohol use disorder.

Question 28: What is “prevention of alcoholism”?

Answer: Alcoholism prevention programs are like the non-slip surface in your bathtub. Their goal is to prevent the problem from occurring. These programs fall into two categories: education and brief intervention.

Education programs are the most well known of the prevention techniques. Alcohol education programs are used to educate people about alcohol use before it occurs and the consequences of alcohol abuse. Many alcohol education programs target school-age children, such as DARE and Project ALERT. College students are also a target population for alcohol education programs, like AlcoholEdu, an online course that is required to be taken by freshman at many universities.

Brief intervention is a targeted intervention for those who are at risk for alcohol abuse or alcoholism. Brief intervention typically consists of several individual meetings with a qualified professional to discuss strategies to prevent drinking patterns that could lead to alcohol abuse or alcoholism. This is a prevention strategy because it is used to prevent drinking problems in at risk individuals. It is not an option for a person who may already have a drinking problem.

Alcohol prevention programs help educate and prevent a number of alcohol related problems from occurring. But, just like the non-slip surface of a bathtub cannot prevent all falls, alcohol prevention programs cannot prevent everyone from abusing alcohol.

 

Question 29: What is “stop drinking pill”?

Answer: “Gharwar Kalp Plus ” can be used to stop drinking alcohol.

Question 30: “how to stop alcohol cravings”?

Answer: Alcohol cravings can be uncomfortable, especially during early recovery. The first step in managing cravings is becoming aware of your personal triggers. What people, places or things give you the urge to drink?

Dealing With Triggers-Once you are aware of your triggers, you can decide how you want to deal with them. For some triggers the best plan is to avoid them, especially in the beginning. For example, some people find that they need to avoid social gatherings with alcohol.

Other triggers, like stressful life events, cannot be avoided. However, you can take control over unavoidable triggers by anticipating ways to handle them. If you are faced with a trigger that causes a craving you can:

  • Reach out to a sponsor or other sober support.
  • Attend a 12-step or other recovery meeting such as Alcoholics Anonymous.
  • Use distraction by changing the scenery or engaging in a hobby.
  • Avoid stressful situations during an intense craving.

Question 31: “drug and alcohol rehab”

Answer: Most drug and quality alcohol rehab facilities use a combination of medical, psychological, and alternative treatments. Whether you choose inpatient or outpatient services, it is important that help is sought immediately. 

Question 32: “how to treat alcoholism”

Answer: The first step toward recovery is to acknowledge that there is an alcohol dependency problem.

The next step is to get help. This is available from a range of support groups and professional services.

The following are recognized treatment options for alcoholism:

  • Do-it-yourself: Some people with an alcohol problem manage to reduce their drinking or abstain without seeking professional help. Free information is available on websites, and self-help books can be purchased online.
  • Counseling: A qualified counselor can help the person share their problems and then devise a plan to tackle the drinking. Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is commonly used to treat alcohol dependency.
  • Treating underlying problems: There may be problems with self-esteem, stress, anxiety, depression, or other aspects of mental health. It is important to treat these problems, too, as they can increase the risks posed by alcohol. Common alcohol-related issues, such as hypertension, liver diseases, and possibly heart diseases, will need to be treated too.
  • Residential programs: These can offer expert professional help, individual or group therapy, support groups, training, family involvement, activity therapy, and a host of strategies for treating alcohol abuse. Being physically away from access to temptation is helpful for some people.
  • Drug that provokes a severe reaction to alcohol: Antabuse (disulfiram) causes a severe reaction when somebody drinks alcohol, including nausea, flushing, vomiting, and headaches. It is a deterrent, but it will not treat the compulsion to drink or solve the problem in the long term.
  • Drugs for cravings: Naltrexone (ReVia) may help reduce the urge to have a drink. Acamprosate (Campral) may help with cravings.
  • Detoxification: Medications can help prevent withdrawal symptoms (delirium tremens, or DTs) that can occur after quitting. Treatment usually lasts 4 to 7 days. Chlordiazepoxide, a benzodiazepine medication, is frequently used for detoxification (detox).
  • Abstinence: Some people complete detox successfully, but they start drinking again either soon after or some time later. Access to counseling, medical help, support groups, and family support can all help the individual avoid alcohol as time goes on.
  • Alcoholics Anonymous: Alcoholics Anonymous is an international fellowship of men and women who have faced problems with alcohol. It is nonprofessional, self-supporting, multiracial, apolitical, and available almost everywhere. There are no age or education requirements. Membership is open to anyone who wants to stop drinking.

 

Question 33: “how to stop alcohol cravings naturally”?

Answer: Nutrition is one of the natural ways to curb alcohol cravings. People who stick to a healthy diet during alcohol detox processes have a better chance at complete withdrawal. Foods that stop alcohol cravings naturally include:

  • Cayenne Pepper – spicing up a meal with cayenne pepper often aids in suppressing relapse warning signs such as tremors, nausea, and others. Even though this is no guarantee to complete healing, but it eases the discomfort of cravings during sobriety and detox stages.
  • Low fat Protein – extreme loss of appetite is usually experienced during detox for alcohol craving due to mood changes. However, protein diets with very low fatty content can be quite helpful and ideal for energy build and mood reverse. Examples are lean beef and fish diet.
  • Fruits and Vegetables – this category of diet contains high fiber and other components that easily digest without bulking up the digestive system. They also contain simple sugars which are also craved by people undergoing alcoholism detox. These fruits and Veggies detoxify, cleanse, and nourish the body. Recommended fruits include: oranges, bananas, watermelon, pear, strawberries, etc
  • Grain Diet – grains are high in carbohydrates and fiber, which is essential for energy and quick recovery. They are less likely to cause digestive issues due to the high fiber content. Whole grain includes barley, brown rice, millet, whole wheat, popcorn, and Oats,

Question 34:  “anti alcohol pills”

Answer: “Gharwar Kalp Plus ” can be used to stop drinking alcohol.

Question 35:  “outpatient alcohol treatment”

Answer: Except under very strict circumstances, inpatient treatment programs are not necessarily more effective than outpatient programs. Outpatient treatment for alcohol use disorders is generally preferable for a number of reasons.

Clients can engage in their normal activities. People in outpatient treatment program can continue to work, go to school, and fulfill their normal commitments. There is far less disruption to the person’s daily life.

Clients have increased flexibilityIndividuals in outpatient treatment programs have more flexibility and freedom than people who are in inpatient units.

There may be increased confidentialityPeople involved in outpatient treatment often have more confidentiality regarding their participation in treatment. Whenever a person is admitted to an inpatient treatment facility, they usually must inform their employers, friends, family members, etc., as to why they will be unavailable for the period of treatment. Individuals in outpatient treatment programs need not divulge the fact that they are in treatment for a substance use disorder.

Clients can more immediately apply the lessons learned to life in the “real world.” People involved in outpatient treatment programs are often able to immediately apply the principles and techniques learned in therapy, social support groups, etc., in their life, allowing the person to get feedback and adjust the principles they have learned for their specific needs.

There is an equivalent treatment quality. The types of treatments available as an outpatient are basically equivalent in quality to treatments that are applied in an inpatient unit. Nearly any treatment used in an inpatient unit can be used for outpatients.

 

Question 36: “treatment options for alcoholism”

Answer: Alcoholism is a treatable disease and many treatment programs and approaches are available to support alcoholics who have decided to get help, but no medical cure is available.

Regardless of how someone is diagnosed as alcohol dependent or how they came to realize they have a serious drinking problem, the first step to treatment is a sincere desire to get help. Alcoholics who are pressured into treatment by social pressures or forced to quit by circumstances rarely succeed in the long run.

Even many alcoholics who seek treatment on their own volition have at least one relapse before they obtain long-term sobriety. For those alcoholics who have a strong motivation to quit, a relapse can be just a bump in the road to recovery, but for those less committed; it can be an excuse to return to a drinking lifestyle.

Question 37: “what can i take to stop drinking alcohol”

Answer: “Gharwar Kalp Plus ” can be taken to stop drinking alcohol.

Question 38: “how to quit alcohol ayurvedic”?

Answer: “Gharwar Kalp Plus ” is an ayurvedic  treatment to stop drinking alcohol.

Ayurvedic herbal medicine for Alcohol addiction is safe and has no side effects. It is combination of many herbs. It is in powder form and packed in small sachets according to daily doses, give 1 sachet daily.

It can be given with or without the knowledge of the addicted person by mixing in any of the veg or non veg food item without changing the color or taste of that food item. The herbal powder can be sprinkled on Cooked foods, can be mixed with veg & Non veg Curries, Fruit juices, stuffing of parantha, curd, Daal, omelet etc. If you yourself want to take the medicine, then you can take it with water. Results can be seen in 15 -20 days that the desire for addictions gets reduced. Medicine is to be continued for 5-6 months. This medicine also covers up the withdrawal symptoms up to an extent. It also helps in improving the liver function and detoxifying the body.

This is 100 percent guaranteed sure Ayurvedic medicine to quit from addiction. The medicine does not have any side effects and any food diet control is not required.

 

Question 39: “anti alcohol pill available online”

Answer: “Gharwar Kalp Plus ” can be used to stop drinking alcohol its available online on many marketplaces.

Question 40: “alcoholism and treatment”

Answer: Before starting the treatment process, a person must first recognize their condition and have a desire to quit drinking. Sometimes, an individual may acknowledge they have a drinking problem on their own. Other times, family members or friends may stage an alcohol intervention. This involves loved ones expressing their concerns about the person’s excessive drinking patterns. An intervention also helps to start the discussion about treatment and support options that are available.

Some alcoholism warning signs family members and friends may watch for are:

Frequent binge drinking

Perpetual shifts in mood

Poor performance at work or school

Excuses for neglecting responsibilities

Denial of excessive alcohol use

Acts of violence or crime

Decreased interest in hobbies

There is no right or wrong time to seek treatment for an AUD. However, if left untreated, alcoholism can trigger a wide range of additional problems such as health complications, financial troubles, relationship issues and professional disruptions. The sooner you or a loved one gets help, the greater the chance for lasting sobriety.

Contact an expert now for treatment help. They can help you find the best treatment program for your needs, location and budget.

Types of Treatment for Alcoholism

Choosing to get help for alcoholism is one of the biggest decisions a person will make in their life. Before starting treatment, you should understand the various services each program offers. For instance, a comprehensive program focuses on the person as a whole, rather than just their alcohol use.
Many comprehensive treatment programs employ several or all of these factors:

Alcohol Detox

Detoxification is the initial step in treating alcoholism, and it can also be the most difficult. Within the first few days after you quit drinking, you may experience extremely uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms. Because of this, the alcohol detox stage should only be completed under professional medical care. Treatment specialists will also be able to provide you with medication to help ease the pain. This allows you to focus on getting better. After detox, you will be able to move forward with other forms of treatment and therapy.

Inpatient Rehab

An inpatient rehab facility is the most structured treatment environment for those overcoming alcoholism. Generally, these rehabs are geared toward treating the most severe forms of alcoholism and require individuals to remain on-site for the duration of the program – 30, 60 or 90 days. Treatment specialists provide around-the-clock care and will prepare you for life after rehab. This may include information on how to overcome triggers, the importance of sobriety maintenance programs and what to do in the event of a relapse.

Alcohol Counseling

Frequent meetings with an alcohol counselor are important for individuals to communicate and receive guidance during their recovery. Counseling opens a line of communication during the good times, as well as the difficult times. Your therapist will also be able to work with you on any underlying issues that may be triggering your drinking problem such as peers, family relationships, work or other circumstances. This will give you an opportunity to learn more about yourself, as well as how to keep your body healthy both inside and out.

Government Treatment

In the United States, there are many government-issued services and resources that can help with alcoholism. One of the most common, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), serves as an information hub and treatment referral service. Additionally, more states are focusing on affordable treatment options to make sure anyone who is in need of treatment receives help. Unfortunately, with an increasing demand for alcoholism treatment services, many government-funded programs have wait lists and other requirements such as financial and medical need.

 

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