Cat addiction is growing in South Africa – Are you or someone you know suffering from Cat Addiction? Call us today for free advice or contact us below.
Methcathinone also known as Methedrone or Cat is one of the most commonly used illicit drugs in South Africa. Cat was legal in large areas of the world up until a few years ago. During this time is availability grew tremendously as did its use.
What is Cat?
Mephedrone, also known as 4-methylmethcathinone (4-MMC) or 4-methylephedrone, is a synthetic stimulant drug of the amphetamine and cathinone classes. Slang names include drone and MCAT. It is reportedly manufactured in China and is chemically similar to the cathinone compounds found in the khat plant of eastern Africa. It comes in the form of tablets or a powder, which users can swallow, snort or inject, producing similar effects to MDMA, amphetamines and cocaine.
Other names for “cat” include Methedrone, Methcatinone, Drone, M-Kat, Ghetto Coke, Star Speed and Kat to name a few. Being one of the most widely available drugs (legally) for such a lengthy period of time caused allot of misconceptions about it and its effects. If you want to know some facts about Cat and Cat addiction call us now for free advice on 087 550 1938 or email email@example.com – We are waiting to help.
Cat Addiction in South Africa
South Africa is known as one of the drug capitals of the world largely due to its strategic shipping positioning. Cat use is spread right across South Africa and is the most common drug we at Home Detox South Africa deal with. Cat is mainly produced in homemade labs producing a cheap but highly dangerous and toxic drug. It is often sold in R10 straws making it affordable and very available for all levels of society.
Common side effects of Cat use are insomnia, heightened senses, paranoia and even induced psychosis. Long term side effects are largely unknown as the drug has not been in circulation long enough to carry out long term studies.
Withdrawal symptoms vary from person to person depending on several factors (time using, general health etc) but in some cases people suffer stomach cramps, hallucinations and severe depression after long term usage. Call us today for help with cat addiction on 087 550 1938 or mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Treatment Options for Cat Addiction
Our Cat Home Detox Programme (Beat It) has been produced to help you get away from cat addiction and start your future without the burden of using drugs. It will help you take the first step in stopping cat usage and focusing on recovery and a better future.
We can offer you a safe and comfortable way to Detox from Cat addiction (Methedrone addiction) at home. We can offer a service which will include a 3-7 day detox that will reduce usage and physical cravings over this time period. This is followed up by our recovery programme (Beat It).
We have already helped hundreds people achieve freedom from cat addiction in South Africa and testimonials can be found on our site or from searching google. Home Detox South Africa was also recently awarded the Africa Corporate Vision award for “Best Home Addiction Treatment South Africa 2015”.
To ensure you get the best from our programme we offer a detox and full support along with our CBT based Beat It work book. Obviously we cannot promise you will remain clean forever. This is a self motivating programme that we help you through. If you are not happy with the programme we will give you your money back – simple. Simply return the programme to us within 7 days. We have never been sent back a programme.
Our Cat Home Detox Programme costs R3000 but we do have cheaper options available (R2000) that come with less support and features. For more information have a look at our Cat Home Detox page. We can sometimes offer payment plans for our home programmes. Call us today to see if you are suitable for our cat home detox programme or email@example.com
We have Cat rehab clinics across South Africa all waiting to help you change your future. These clinics are registered facilities and offer many levels of care and treatment. If you would like more information on our cat (mathcathinone) rehab facilities and residential programmes in South Africa see our Cat rehab page. You can also call 087 550 1938 or email firstname.lastname@example.org (we are open 24/7)
Our cat outpatient treatment centres are based in most areas of South Africa and offer a great alternative to rehab but also face to face treatment. Have a look at our outpatient treatment page for more information about this service.
All of our programmes are here to help you get the best possible future and recovery from drug addiction. We tailor all of our programmes to suit your individual needs and can even offer transportation to our clinics.
Do you or a friend have a Cat Addiction?
Contact us for free advice and we will contact you as soon as possible.