Well Known for Addiction Relief, The Hitt Wellness Center in Tijuana
“The future of medicine lies in strengthening the body’s own self-healing powers. We’re on it.” Jane Hitt
The clinic is the result of a grant from the World Health Organization given to its founder, the late researcher Dr. William Hitt, and renowned Mexican psychiatrist Dr. Velazquez Suarez was granted. The scholarship enabled Dr. Hitt to continue his pioneering and innovative work in developing an all-natural treatment to detoxify, cleanse and stop cravings in the brains of drug and alcohol dependent individuals.
The clinic has received wide acclaim and has been featured on numerous television and radio programs in Mexico, the United States and around the world. News of his achievements were broadcast on all continents. Because of this reputation, the clinic receives patients from all over the world.
The clinic has helped people with all kinds of addictions, from alcohol and cigarettes to more serious ones like heroin and crystal meth. I asked Mrs. Hitt about relapses and she told me she had almost none.
The detoxification process takes five to ten days and there are no cravings once it is complete. She mentioned two young men who were brought in with serious drug addictions. One of them, named Barnaby, made a YouTube video praising the merits of the clinic, which he credits with saving his life. He’d tried many other methods to detox and get off drugs and was down to ninety-eight pounds and was looking for a solution. The video is available below. In addition to his statement, there are clear descriptions of problems with solutions.
Over the years, the clinic has treated many well-known celebrities for a variety of health and wellness issues. Bestselling authors, film producers, actors, comedians, musicians and award-winning film composers have all found their way to the Hitt Wellness Center. Interestingly, many US physicians and pioneers of the health food revolution are permanent patients at the clinic themselves.
The addiction program helps to rebalance neurotransmitters in the brain that have been damaged by drug use. People come from all over the world, but mostly from California, to undergo this treatment. Patients can stay within the Grand Hotel complex where the clinic is located. The Hitt Center is a balanced, scientific, pioneering alternative medicine facility. They were featured on Extra, a program in England for the BBC. At the urging of previous patients, this center and its programs were discovered by the media.
Chelation therapy is also available to remove heavy metals from the blood. Another popular treatment that helps people with allergies, some with severe allergies, is an antigen receptor vaccine. Ozone therapy helps people kill nucleic cells to prevent secondary cancers. Lyme disease is also treated here.
From the wellness center website:
“How is ozone oxidation useful for sick people? Your cells have antioxidants to protect them from the natural oxidation that occurs when you burn the oxygen you breathe so they are not damaged by the oxidation of properly prepared ozone. On the other hand, viruses don’t have antioxidants because they don’t need oxygen to live like our cells do. So when the ozone comes into contact with viruses, they are easily killed. This works for all viruses, from the common cold to shingles, hepatitis C and HIV. And because ozone breaks down into regular O2, it’s very safe for patients of all ages and conditions.”
Everyone is screened with a six-page questionnaire before coming to the clinic for an interview. People who cannot be helped are turned away instead of taking money from them unnecessarily. The work is done in symbiosis with the medical community, and doctors carry out the treatments. For example, if a patient has had a cancerous tumor removed in the US and comes to the clinic, that would be a good candidate for ozone therapy, which is widely used in Europe.
To contact the center for more information, visit the website at:
Or contact us by phone at 800-825-2961
From Mexico: 664-683-1788
Thanks to Susan A Mahalick