Adrenochrome Definition

Adrenochrome is an oxidation product of adrenaline. It is a commonly used psychoactive drug from recreational purposes. Adrenochrome gained its popularity from by H.S. Thompson’s movie “Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas”.

Adrenochrome is uncontrolled in the United States, it is considered legal to buy, possess, and distribute. It is not approved for consumption by human. There is little known about this drugs and its long term effects.

Adrenochrome Uses

Adrenochrome is used for is visual and auditory hallucinogenic effects.  Studies have shown that Adrenchrome use triggers psychotic reactions like thought disorder, derealization, and euphoria. Large doses of Adrenochrome can result in paralysis, the user is complete aware of their surrounding yet unable to function. The effects of Adrenochrome, when taken at therapeutic doses, are much more mild than that of LSD.

 Signs and Symptoms of Adrenochrome

An Adrenochrome user may experience euphoria, confusion, a change in train of thought, lack of judgment, poor insight and inability to concentrate. They will seem out of sorts, as if they are suffering from a mental condition, unable to function properly.

While Adrenochrome is not physically addictive, users may develop a psychological dependency on this drug. They will feel as if they can not experience pleasure without its use.

This begins with regular use of Adrenochrome, resulting in them developing a tolerance to the drug which requires larger doses to acheive the desired effects. Prolonged use at increased doses may result in the psychological dependency. Many Adrenochrome users, if not preexisting, develop psychological disorders. Adrenochrome addiction treatment is required to help them to successfully overcome their addiction and treat any mental or emotional illness.

Adrenochrome Addiction Treatment

Treating an Adrenochroma addiction requires psychological treatment. Patients undergo extensive treatment focusing on their mental and emotional state. Most Adrenochrome users feel as if they can not experience pleasure without its use. They experience strong cravings to use again, during treatment they will learn ways to control these cravings.

A wide array of treatment aspects will be used, including;

  • Detoxification
  • Individual Counseling
  • Group Counseling
  • Family Counseling
  • Behavioral Modification Therapy
  • Chemical Dependency Education