Ibogaine Treatment Addiction Recovery
Ibogaine treatment is one of the most effective forms of treating addiction, and yet few people know about its amazing healing potential. Many thousands of addicts have found healing and recovery through Ibogaine treatment when other forms of treatments have failed. As an entheogenic medicine, Ibogaine occurs naturally in a variety of plants and has been used for thousands of years in African cultures.
Ibogaine is incredibly effective at treating substance abuse conditions, particularly opiate use (heroin and pharmaceuticals) and the withdrawal symptoms associated with it. Ibogaine is also used to treat alcoholism as well as amphetamine and cocaine addiction.
Our World-class addiction recovery team is here to help you regain your life. We welcome patients from all around the world and have local outreach programs in: San Diego, Orange County, Los Angeles, Irvine, Riverside, San Francisco, the Bay Area and Las Vegas. Please feel free to ask us any questions about our Ibogaine Treatment Program in Rosarito, Mexico.
The Ibogaine Treatment Experience
Ibogaines psychological effects sets it apart from traditional detox methods. Ibogaine is a very unique personal journey.
For some, taking ibogaine is a very visual and emotional experience. It has been described by some as being awake in a dream, allowing people to visit the root cause of their behavior, start the healing process from within, and thus change their actions for the future.
Ibogaine is a psychoactive alkaloid extracted from the Iboga Tree (Tabernanthe Iboga) and the Vocanga Africana tree. Neurologically, ibogaine is converted into noribogaine, which is a potent serotonin reuptake inhibitor and binds to opioid receptors. Noribogaine is associated with the long term Ibogaine glow reported after treatment by many people. Ibogaine also increases GDNF, a protein that promotes dopaminergic neurons.
Ibogaine Treatment in the Media
BBC – Can a Hallucinogen from Africa Cure Addiction?
“As far as scientists understand, ibogaine affects the brain in two distinct ways. The first is metabolic. It creates a protein that blocks receptors in the brain that trigger cravings, stopping the symptoms of withdrawal. ‘Ibogaine tends to remove the withdrawals immediately and brings people back to their pre-addiction stage,’ says Jeewa. With normal detox this process can take months. Its second effect is much less understood. It seems to inspire a dream-like state that is intensely introspective, allowing addicts to address issues in their life that they use alcohol or drugs to suppress.”
Huffington Post – Why Is the U.S. Disregarding Plants Like Iboga and Kratom in the Fight Against Overdose and Addiction?
“Since the 1960s, it [ibogaine] has been used to help treat people suffering from seemingly-intractable problems with addiction. Larger doses of ibogaine can briefly eliminate substance-related cravings and reduce withdrawal symptoms from opiates.”
Tim Ferriss Podcast – Are Psychedelic Drugs the Next Medical Breakthrough?
“In this episode, we step outside the lines of traditional medicine and discuss impulse control, introspection, and self-awareness through the use of powerful psychedelic and hallucinogenic agents like iboga, ibogaine, and 5-MeO-DMT.”
Ibogaine Treatment – Detox
Our ibogaine detox treatment programs span 7 days occurring on the 1st and 3rd week of every month, Sunday through Saturday. Treatment is provided to groups of 2-4 people at a time, and includes personalized counseling before and after ibogaine is administered by experienced, certified medical and psychological professionals. Customized adjunct therapy is provided with 6 post-treatment care sessions.