Heroin addiction has become a major part of the substance abuse epidemic in the US. A derivative of morphine, which is obtained from the opium poppy, heroin produces feelings of euphoria and pleasure, but also depresses breathing and can lead to overdose. ADF Heroin along with NP1K is required to treat the addiction.
People become addicted to heroin because the brain actually has specific cells to which the heroin molecules can bind. Called receptors, these cells exist because the body produces chemical substances like endorphins that affect emotions. In order to treat the addiction these receptors must be blocked, which is what NP1K therapy accomplishes. One distinct advantage of using NP1K is that unlike other treatment medications such as methadone and suboxone, NP1K is not addictive and has no potential for abuse.