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Understanding & Overcoming Addiction
Effects of Drugs & How to Overcome Addiction

Currently, well over half of all crimes in the United States are related to drug use or are committed while the person is on drugs. The handling of drug addiction, and education which serves to keep someone from using drugs both go a long way in handling the problems of crime.

This course teaches the student exactly what drugs are and the effects they have on the body and mind. It explains how and why one becomes addicted to drugs in the first place and then details an exact regimen – which involves the use of vitamins and exercise – for freeing a person from the grip of addiction, and all without medical substitutes.

Those who study this course have routinely commented that having this information on drugs and their true effects is invaluable.

"I just wanted to thank Criminon for having this course. I had a drug problem before I took this course. Now I am beating my problem because I am applying everything the course had said, to myself. I am an example that this course really works. Just take your time while doing it and be true and honest with the course and to yourself while doing it and the ending results will be gratifying. Then at that time you will then know and feel that you have beat your drug problem. But don't ever stop. If you don't stop, you don't relapse. Remember that. Now help someone else that needs help like you did."

Eastern Correctional Institution

"This course made me sorry for every wrong thing I have ever done to anyone. It made me cry. I will always hold this course, and the principles therein, with high regard. After completing this course, the great thing that could happen to me would be the opportunity to apply the course’s teachings amongst the free, that before I died -- someone in society would say,’David Turner was a good man.’"

- D.T

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