That is for alcohol. I took it many many years ago and I don't reccomend it. It doesn't really help anyone stop. If you drink while taking it you become severly ill. Also I have heard stories of people using it to hurt other people.
in the 23 years that i've worked in the substance abuse field i think i've had 2 ppl tell me it worked ok for them...makes u sick if u drink,if u want to drink just don't take it and 2 side effects men hate...limp penis and onion breath!have seen better results with Campral!but ya gitta take it and stick with if for awhile..not quit too soon cuz u think ur doing ok or feel good!
Thanks for your input. I've only taken it for 3 days and it's wicked expensive. I guess I'll go back to Campral. I did quit too soon with that one. And like everyone says, Antabuse does nothing to relieve cravings.
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