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Powerful Pouyan Method of Curing Addiction Developed by Johnny the Healer of the Holistic Sanctuary Could Have Saved Philip Hoffman

February 7, 2014

Recent headlines have raised grave concerns about the growing number of addicts struggling to overcome the critical dangers and long-term failure of standard treatment protocols. The new all-natural Pouyan Method of healing is reversing the deadly trend.

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) February 07, 2014

The Holistic Sanctuary has learned the number of heroin users in the US has more than doubled in the past five years, according to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). Drug Enforcement Administration spokesman Randy Payne stated, “…heroin use has reached epidemic proportions in the US.”

Along with the epidemic of users comes addiction, and with addiction comes the unfortunate hope that healing can be found through traditional 12-step recovery programs. For the vast majority of addicts seeking help, this is rarely the case.

“Conventional drug rehab programs fail at least 90% of the time,” says Johnny Tabaie, Founder and Director of The Holistic Sanctuary. “These centers refuse to change and perpetuate an approach plagued by toxicity…creating chains of addiction instead of removing them.”

High-profile drug deaths illuminate the ever-present danger addicts face as a result of the revolving-door mentality created by traditional 12-step treatment centers. Acclaimed actor Philip Seymour Hoffman fatally succumbed to his addiction after being in and out of such programs. At the prime age of 46, he became yet another tragic statistic of 12-step failure.

Even as Hoffman attended 12-step meetings within walking distance of his home after being released from rehab just before Christmas, he frequented neighborhood bars until Saturday night, when he could no longer keep his demons at bay.

In addition to a needle in his arm and 70 bags of heroin in his apartment, five prescription drugs, including buprenorphine, a heroin substitute typically prescribed at conventional 12-step facilities, were found nearby.

The untimely death of Philip Seymour Hoffman is a perfect illustration of how ineffective the traditional 12-step recovery process can be; more drugs for more addiction with no hope of a cure.

The Pouyan Method of curing addiction is an all-natural and holistic approach to permanent healing and recovery, which reinforces the positive aspects of a person’s being.

By treating the root causes of addiction through a broad spectrum of brain repair therapies, which are physically documented through brain scans and state-of-the-art medical technology, patients experience permanent addiction recovery without prescription medication, pain or negative victimization.

Safe, fast and effective detoxification begins immediately upon entering The Holistic Sanctuary and all recovery is monitored under the 24-hour guidance of medical professionals. Customized holistic modalities are gently introduced to regenerate the body, renew the spirit and release the soul.

The Holistic Sanctuary is the home of the exclusive, all-natural and proprietary Pouyan Method, which enables patients to experience an effective and rapid end to a variety of addictions. Unlike traditional drug and alcohol rehabilitation centers with high rates of failure and relapse among patients, The Holistic Sanctuary offers customized protocols with the amenities of a 5-star resort.

Addictions are stopped without prescription medication or the use of 12-step programs. And, patients are not classified as having an incurable disease. Therapies focus on healing the brain, so people can heal their lives!

For more information about their innovative techniques, founding principles and testimonials from former patients, visit TheHolisticSanctuary.com today and start living your new life tomorrow!

Heal the Brain, Heal Your Life

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