Getwele pioneered and proved a correlation between biochemical restoration/balance (using nutrition) and reduction in drug desire/seeking behavior since 1995

Getwele pioneered and proved a correlation between biochemical restoration/balance and reduction in drug desire and seeking behavior in the year 2000. 

Getwele's Research

Result Of the Research

Getwele has manufactured 3 prototypes of a family of proprietary formulations of combined dietary supplements, developed for abstinence support of Substance Use Disorders (SUDs).  These formulations can help reduce the desire for drug use and its seeking behavior, when added as replenishment nutrients in addiction management.

The products are SMAASH-C (for stimulants), SMAASH-H (heroin and other opiates), SMAASH-A (Alcohol) and Rejuvenate for malnutrition conditions.

Getwele Recovery & Wellness Center

                                       When there is no desire, there is no seeking

Concept Supported By:

University of West Indies, UWIMONA Jamaica 2006

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University of Virginia Medical School, Dept of Psychiatry 2016

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UMBC Baltimore County Div of Biological Sciences

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National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA)

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Maryland Family Advocacy Group

 

Maryland General Assembly

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