Synthetic Drug Rehab Addiction Treatment Centre In Bali

With drug abuse on the rise, it’s no surprise that the challenges of controlling it come hand in hand with it. Australia is facing another contender within the illicit drug game – the synthetic drug. Although new laws were introduced in 2017 that targeted the supply and manufacture of synthetic drugs that impose hefty fines and substantial prison terms, it has not stopped synthetic drug use on the streets of the cities.

Kembali, located in the heart of Bali provides synthetic drug addiction treatment programs for those suffering from the grip of all of its might.

What Is Synthetic Drug Addiction?

Synthetic drugs, also known as designer drugs, are a type of substance manufactured in a laboratory setting mainly with the use of chemicals and other man-made materials. These particular substances come in a variety of forms and attempt to mimic other illegal drugs like cocaine, ecstasy and marijuana.

Although they’ve been around since the 1950s they have become increasingly popular in recent years due to their wide availability on the internet and other sources, making them readily available at the click of a button. Many synthetic drugs are often smoked or inhaled through the nose (snorting) causing an array of symptoms which are quite often worse than their “legitimate” counterparts. With that said, becoming addicted to synthetic drugs is always troublesome as there are always new and innovative takes on each drug leaving users in the unknown of what they are actually consuming.

Despite this unpredictability and potential for harm many people still use synthetic drugs recreationally due to their accessibility compared with traditional street drugs.

Types Of Synthetic Drugs

Since synthetic drugs tend to copy other typical types of drugs found on the street – the list becomes rather exhaustive! However, they can be generally categorised into groups as followed:

  • Synthetic cannabinoids – The intention of this particular type attempts to recreate the effects of marijuana (THC) and is more often than not smoked or drunk as a herbal tea. They are usually mixed with solvents and other herbs however, they do not always mimic the effects of THC and can be many times more powerful.
  • Phenethylamines – This group constitute of various psychoactive and psychedelic drugs such as MDMA, amphetamines and LSD which are produced in either pill or powder form.
  • Synthetic cathinone – A synthetic stimulant deriving from the Khat plant that mimics the effects of amphetamines or MDMA and is often referred to as “bath salts”. However, they are laboratory-synthesised meaning they are not naturally sourced.
  • Tryptamines – Tryptamines are psychedelic drugs commonly found in fungi, animals and plants that are found in the tryptamine backbone and are used to exhibit hallucinogenic effects by the user. Some examples are dimethyltryptamine (DMT) or psilocybin.
  • Piperazines – This group tends to mimic yet again the effects of stimulants like MDMA usually containing a mixture of two different chemicals, 1-benzylpiperazine (BZP) and trifluoromethylphenylpiperazine (TFMPP).
  • Novel benzodiazepines – This type includes several classes of benzodiazepines that were once tested for legal consumption although they were not approved by healthcare organisations at the time.
  • Synthetic Opioids – This type is a completely man-made version of opioids with no connection to the poppy plant, as are original opioids, and include synthetic drugs such as fentanyl and carfentanil which are extremely powerful and sometimes up to 100 times stronger than heroin.

Names of Synthetic Drugs

It’s rare for people on the street to use the laboratory names for these drugs and often give them “catchy” names. Here is a list of common street names for some of the groups mentioned above:

Synthetic Cathinones:

  • Bath salts
  • Plant food
  • Ivory Wave
  • Vanilla Sky
  • Cloud Nine
  • White Lightning

Synthetic Cannabinoids:

  • Spice
  • K2
  • Herbal incense
  • Synthetic marijuana
  • Scooby Snax
  • Joker
  • Northern Lights
  • Mojo

Phenethylamines and Tryptamines:

  • N-bomb
  • Smiles
  • 25I
  • Solaris
  • Wizard

Health Effects And Dangers Of Synthetic Drugs

The fact that these synthetic drugs are manufactured in an uncontrolled and unregulated environment poses a huge problem when considering just how safe these drugs are when consumed. They are more often than not cut with a range of other substances known as “fillers” to bulk up the drug which could contain dangerous chemicals or synthetically made materials creating even bigger concerns regarding what’s actually in them.

On top of that, the manufacturers are constantly altering the chemical structures in order to manipulate loopholes within the law so they can continue to produce these substances. Although these have been labelled as “legal” in the past they shouldn’t be considered by any means safe, and with limited research on the short-term and long-term health effects we must tread carefully with this relatively new synthetic era of drugs and most certainly consider addiction treatment options.

Physical Health Risks

The physical health risks associated with synthetic drug abuse and addiction can be dangerous and often unpredictable causing an array of side effects that depend on the type of substance consumed, the dosage and the length of time taken. However, here is a list of some of the most common symptoms of synthetic drug addiction:

  • Chest pain
  • Heart palpitations
  • Hypertension
  • Vomiting
  • Stroke
  • Kidney issues
  • Seizures
  • Muscular pains
  • Headaches

Psychological Risks

Those developing an addiction could also experience side effects of synthetic drugs regarding psychological factors. These symptoms can have serious impacts on a person’s mental health and overall well-being – so much so that professional help from treatment specialists is essential.

Here is a list of common side effects reported to affect mental health:

  • Emotional instability
  • Loss of appetite
  • Hallucinations
  • Paranoia
  • Suicidal thoughts
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Psychosis

If you are experiencing any of these symptoms from the use of synthetic substances it’s crucial to get help from our mental health treatment specialists for taking synthetic drugs. These addiction issues can be extremely dangerous and should never be left to combat on your own – pick up the phone, we’re here to help!

Synthetic Drug Addiction Treatment

Treatment for synthetic drugs will depend on the individual and what their needs are, at Kembali we specialise in treatment services that are tailored specifically to each of our clients and range from detoxification to alternative holistic therapies.


The process of detoxification, commonly shortened to detox, involves eliminating harmful substances from the body in order to restore the proper functioning of the body.

As with most substances, synthetic drugs often require a detox process as the user can experience a number of withdrawal symptoms that are usually unpleasant although, with the help of our medical team, we can ease the symptoms of synthetic drug withdrawal in a controlled and safe environment.

At our luxury rehab, we have highly trained and experienced healthcare professionals who conduct detox programs, ensuring our patients undergo a safe and effective drug treatment program.

Individual and group therapy sessions

Kembali offers psychological counselling services using two distinct approaches designed to enhance your overall well-being including one-on-one therapy; where individuals have the opportunity to discuss private issues in a confidential setting with a highly trained therapist and group therapy, which enables small groups of individuals who share common experiences and difficulties to engage in sharing their stories.

Alternative Therapies

At Kembali, we are pleased to offer an assortment of innovative alternative therapies that have garnered increasing recognition and appreciation in recent times – we firmly believe that these treatments complement traditional rehabilitation approaches, resulting in improved treatment outcomes.
Our range of alternative treatments, including meditation, yoga, and art therapy, has been proven to significantly alleviate the adverse effects of synthetic drug abuse and the mental health concerns associated with it and therefore, we are confident that these therapies will greatly benefit our patients.

Benefits Of Choosing Kembali Rehab

For those experiencing synthetic drug use disorders an inpatient treatment setting is crucial to maximise the chances of a full recovery. To overcome addiction, Kembali offers a wide range of treatment plans that are tailored to the individual which include support services from highly trained and experienced medical professionals within a luxury setting.

Our facilities also provide clients with a full range of amenities and private accommodations- all with the natural surroundings of Bali’s beautiful tropical scenery and breathtaking landscapes! Furthermore, alongside treatment, we have an array of activities for our clients to get involved in – whether it’s yoga or water sports, we have it covered.

If this is not enough motivation for seeking treatment, our treatment center is a fraction of the price compared to some of the Western countries like Australia – making Kembali an affordable choice for all walks of life struggling with an addiction. If your looking for the best treatment then look no further- Kembali is the recovery center for you!

Get Help With Kembali Treatment Centre

Welcome to the Kembali Luxury Residential Rehab facility, where we provide exceptional therapy and support services to assist those who are struggling with drug addiction in achieving a sober way of life. We firmly believe that every individual possesses the strength in overcoming synthetic drug dependence, and we are committed to helping you or your loved one do exactly that.
Our team is devoted to assisting individuals in conquering prescription drug addiction and rediscovering a satisfying life so don’t hesitate – take the first step toward recovery by reaching out to our certified addiction rehabilitation centre today. One of our addiction specialists will assist you in the process of reserving your stay at our opulent treatment facility. Let us collaborate to surmount addiction and discover a brighter and more promising future.


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