FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

  • Does CEDEMEX treat all drugs of abuse?
    • CEDEMEX detoxes people from opiates and cocaine. There are no official studies as to CEDEMEX’ ability to eliminate craving for alcohol and nicotine but we are looking forward to exploring this. There have been some reports of success with methamphetamine and crack but compared to cocaine CEDEMEX is not as effective with these two stimulants. We will also be exploring how CEDEMEX interacts with suboxone and subutex. We will update this site with the most recent information on efficacy research.
  • Does CEDEMEX interact with any other drugs?
    • There have been no reports of any interaction of CEDEMEX with any drugs in proximity. No interactions have been observed.
  • Is CEDEMEX toxic?
    • CEDEMEX is not toxic.
  • How is CEDEMEX administered?
    • It’s administered orally, very simply, in capsule form.
  • How long does the treatment last?
    • It depends on the individual, but it varies between 5 and 10 days for the initial treatment, followed by 1 1/2 months to 3 months of maintenance doses.
  • How does CEDEMEX affect the person physically?
    • Typically, it causes one to sleep quite a bit. Approximately 50 to 70% of withdrawal symptoms are eliminated, and the duration of the withdrawal process is 50 to 70% shorter. So the person rests quite a bit with minimal withdrawal symptoms.
  • How does CEDEMEX affect the person psychologically?
    • Psychologically one will feel relieved and rested. CEDEMEX has a very positive effect on people struggling with psychological issues, such as depression or bipolar disorder.
  • Does CEDEMEX have psychotropic qualities?
    • There are no psychotropic effects with CEDEMEX.
  • Does CEDEMEX prevent PAWS, Post-Acute Withdrawal Syndrome?
    • Yes, CEDEMEX significantly prevents the symptoms of PAWS.
  • Does CEDEMEX assist with long term cravings?
    • Yes, the maintenance doses significantly reduce, short and long term cravings.
  • Can CEDEMEX be done safely at home without a medical professional?
    • Yes, CEDEMEX can be done safely at home, although some people may prefer to take CEDEMEX in a more therapeutic environment or in Family settings.
  • Can a person become dependent on CEDEMEX?
    • No! There is no type of ‘high’ that the person will experience.
  • What is the success rate?
    • According to the results of one of the studies performed one week after detoxification people who continue taking CEDEMEX (40 capsules a day) during a 10-day period at home, the relapse rate is 7%.
  • Are there any known or hypothetical interactions with other psychoactive compounds?
    • As far as we know CEDEMEX has no interactions with other psychoactive compounds.