Clinical Study Data

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Declinol comes in discrete packaging. There is no group meetings. Take at home or at work in a matter of seconds.

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Choose a Declinol kit that fits both your budget and habit. Get to your desired results then maintain with ongoing wellness.

All Natural
All Natural & Non-addictive

Use Declinol as a tool to help overcome physical cravings for alcohol. Cut Back or quit, the choice is yours.

Support Services
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When you need to speak with someone, we are here for you. Also get a Free Consultation with a Joint Commission Certified counselor.

Clinically Study Data


Clinical Studies

It is Declinol’s policy to study and test its products under independent clinical conditions. The studies focus not only on important numerical data, but also on the practical aspects of the addiction and withdrawal as the Client experiences it. In other words, numerical improvements aside, does the Client feel better? Do they think they made good progress? If they don’t, then positive-looking clinical test data will not matter to a Client, their support team, family, or friends. Client feedback is collected (whether positive or negative) and Client Testimonials are encouraged during and after the product program so we may further understand the product’s effectiveness- or areas that may be opportunities for improvement. Testing protocols are continuously expanded and improved, and the Practitioners and Client input is invaluable in data gathering and the quest to help those seeking to conquer difficult addictions

Declinol Study

Individuals addicted to alcohol often have extreme difficulty overcoming their addiction by will power alone. Even if they can quit, relapse is a strong possibility. However, if cravings along with typical withdrawal symptoms can be greatly reduced, it would be far easier to avoid alcohol consumption and more easily control cravings/urgings. A natural compound that could help reduce cravings can be instrumental in helping people eliminate the need to ingest alcohol, tapering over safe periods of time. As amount of alcohol is decreased, withdrawal is minimized and the body’s physiology is allowed to rebalance itself naturally.

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For Declinol, a 60 day open label pilot study was conducted on 10 subjects who were all deemed to have alcohol dependence as determined by the AUD Questionnaire. The Alcohol Use Disorder Identification Test (AUDIT) is a test developed by the World Health Organization (WHO). It is a concise survey used to determine if an individual can be considered to a hazardous drinker or alcohol dependent. This test was created to be applicable on a global basis and was in fact validated in a study utilizing patients from 6 different countries. The AUDIT questionnaire has been found to be very efficient and has shown a high sensitivity (83%) and specificity (90%) for identifying alcohol dependence. The AUDIT is included in the DSM-IV (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fourth Edition) under the diagnostic code 305.00. The study was overseen by Dr. Zainab Contractor, a Board Certified Neurologist practicing in Ohio. An exit interview was also conducted at the end of study that looked at reduction in cravings; ability to cut back on quantity consumed, withdrawal symptom reduction, physical and psychological need for alcohol, sense of calm, sleep patterns, and overall sense of health.

Following the study, the subjects re-took the AUDIT questionnaire when filling out the exit interview. The average starting score for the AUD was 16.1, which is categorized as full alcohol dependence. The post study score average was 3.7, demonstrating no level of alcohol dependence or hazardous drinking. In addition, 90% of subjects cut back or quit drinking and also reduced or eliminated cravings. Seven out of 10 people both reduced or eliminated withdrawals and were less in need of alcohol either physically or psychologically. Half of the group experienced better sleep, while 9 of 10 respondents felt better overall. Interestingly, all subjects said they would recommend Declinol to anyone attempting to reduce or eliminate alcohol usage.


Journal of Addiction Research and Therapy

Peer Review

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