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Addictive Behavior

and

Chemical Detox Program

Addictive Behavior and Chemical Detox focuses on helping you eliminate harmful substances such as narcotics, alcohol, pharmaceutical drugs, tobacco products, toxic chemicals, sugar, and soft drinks that remain in the human body. 

Scalar Light/energy waves tune in to your body’s self- cleaning and clearing mechanisms allowing an enhancement of removal of agents that are harmful to cellular function. 

What's Included

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

Detoxification alone is not the answer

Alcohol detox is not a treatment for alcoholism. After detoxification, behavioral health and other strategies or therapies must be implemented to deal with the underlying issue that urges the person to want to drink too much in the first place. 

Having a skill or coping strategy to implement AS SOON as the urge arises, or a negative emotion crosses your mind is the key that begins to open the door of recovery. Success happens when you use the key enough times to create a brand-new habit. 

Addictive Behavior – A 21st Century Approach

Addictive Behavior can form around any activity, substance, food, experience, or ritual – any act or action which pleases us is a fair game for developing and addictive behavior. If you have heard the term “binge-watching,” you can understand. 

Your favorite TV show comes on. A marathon of eight shows in a row flash in front of your eyes. Can you watch just one? 

In the words of the Lay’s potato chip company – “you can’t eat just one.” The food companies count on your answer to be NO. 

Food companies seek what they have termed a “bliss point.”  Bliss point is a taste bud climax that occurs when the right amount of sugar, fat, and salt are in exact proportion. 

Our Human BLISS POINT

On a  more serious note, six basic human needs drive all humans’ overall behavior and belief systems. Most every one of them is designed to move us toward pleasure and away from pain.  

These needs are built-in survival mechanisms for our species. Often, the pull toward certain behaviors may be so strong that it is almost impossible to resist. 

It is here that addictive behaviors are born.

EMOTIONS MOTIVATE – good or bad

When someone decides to change a behavior, there has typically been a process of reaching rock bottom, or close to it. In other words, the PAIN of changing the behavior becomes less than the pain of continuing the practice. 

Conversely, the perceived pleasure to experience more control over the behavior is more significant than the satisfaction gained by continuing the behavior. In any case, Emotions are powerful motivators. 

When you derive even a small amount of pleasure from something, you are more inclined to want to reproduce the feeling.  Dopamine is the culprit. Dopamine is a brain chemical tied to feelings of happiness.

Stages of Readiness

While there are stages of readiness, most of the ceasing of behaviors happen when something about the behavior no longer pleases us. 

Something about the behavior DOES NOT RESONATE with your inner being. Those uncomfortable emotions are what most call “motivation.”   

The stage of readiness called contemplation is where we begin to see what life COULD be like without the shackle of the undesired behavior.

Breaking the chains of addictive behavior

In addition to alcohol, drugs, medications, and substances, we often see other addictive behavior that increases dopamine. Gambling, shopping, falling in love, posting, and receiving LIKES on social platforms and yes, binge-watching! 

Alcohol is a highly addictive substance. Most moderate to heavier drinkers understand that the withdrawal process itself is very challenging to go through.  There is an emotional aspect that has to consider, and there is also a physical aspect.

Physical Factors are STRONG motivators

Your brain and your body CRAVE a certain level of alcohol or substance that your body has gotten accustomed to receiving. The double-edged sword of alcohol addiction leaves many losing the fight. 

The extremely unpleasant symptoms are a strong motivator for a person to abandon the idea of stopping altogether. A vicious cycle begins and to avoid the stress that comes from withdrawal and removal of the alcohol. 

The substance then becomes the gateway to the feeling we want to be having. 

Unable to stop, the addictive behavior hangs like a cloud of shame. You wonder why you just cannot stop even though you desire to. You are not weak; you just have not learned a different way to cope.

Searching for the Dopamine HIGH

“Drinking alcohol stimulates the release of dopamine and endorphins within the brain. These are the chemicals that produce feelings of pleasure and satisfaction and act as a natural painkiller. 

Studies have shown that genetic factors come into play when determining how alcohol reacts in the brain.” 

Using alcohol, like other addictions, is a learned behavior through thoughts and beliefs. 

A person who has not had the experience of developing robust coping strategies is less likely to stop drinking. If they do stop, they are less likely to succeed. To feel 

Detoxification alone is not the answer

Alcohol detox is not a treatment for alcoholism. After detoxification, behavioral health and other strategies or therapies must be implemented to deal with the underlying issue that urges the person to want to drink too much in the first place. 

Having a skill or coping strategy to implement AS SOON as the urge arises, or a negative emotion crosses your mind is the key that begins to open the door of recovery. Success happens when you use the key enough times to create a brand-new habit. 

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Emotions energy in flow stays in flow

In the photo above, you can see that contentment is the base of where feeling joy begins. So, feeling hopeful is an upward trajectory of emotion. 

When we change an emotion by merely thinking of the potential of something better, that creates hope, feelings of hope beget other good feelings. 

The Scalar Light Addictive Behavior/Chemical detox uses light to uplift the mind, spirit, and body.  Staying uplifted more often than not is the stairway to other higher-level emotions.

Single Month Addictive Behavior and Chemical Detox Program
Monthly Recurring Addictive Behavior and Chemical Detox Program
12 Months Addictive Behavior and Chemical Detox Program
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Group of family and friends at sunset

The Larger Your Group, The More You Save

Purchasing Scalar Light Sessions comes with many options to tailor for various needs, preferences and budget sizes. The more family and friends that join you, the more you save!

Single Month: You can pay for a single month at a time. Pick it up and put it down as often as you like with no ongoing financial commitments. This is ideal for people who want to try Scalar Light for a while to see how they feel about it. Most people want to progress to “Monthly Recurring” to save money.

Monthly Recurring: If you are passionate about receiving Scalar Light and want to continue indefinitely then the Monthly Recurring Program is for you! This works out cheaper for you and your payment is debited from you automatically every month.

12 Months: The best value for money is our 12 Months Program where you pay for a full 12 months upfront and benefit from a generous discount!

Group Scalar: You may have up to 6 others with you on any Scalar Light Program. The more people you bring with you, the more money you save.

What's Included

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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