Ibogaine drug treatment

IbogaineAn Answer to Prayer for Drug Users?

Methamphetamine addiction

When an individual needs to detox from a drug addiction, they have certain choices. Some choices are readily available to be taken advantage of and others that are not widely accepted by medical professionals have to be sought out. Statistics show that of Americans over the age of 12, more than 20 million struggle with some kind of addiction. This does not include addiction to tobacco. In addition, illegal drug use is most common in individuals between the ages of 18 and 25.

Ibogaine is a new type of drug treatment that is still under observation by the medical community. Scientific data is currently being collected about this drug by professionals who are closely watching addicts undergoing ibogaine addiction treatment(more…)

29 Sep 2016

Where to Find Ibogaine Clinics Across the World

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Despite repeated results and findings among former addicts that ibogaine can eliminate upwards of 98% of all opiate withdrawal symptoms and greatly reduce feelings of post-acute withdrawal syndrome (PAWS), ibogaine is still illegal in the United States, classified as a Schedule I controlled substance.

Ibogaine therapy for treating opiate addiction, cocaine addiction, oxycontin addiction, alcohol addiction, adderall addiction, and more has its fair share of controversy. Essentially, you attempt to cure one drug addiction by tripping on another, more powe (more…)

06 Sep 2016

Ibogaine Drug Treatment

Cocaine addiction treatment

If you or a loved one are addicted to opiates, you?re not alone. The National Institute on Drug Abuse reported that in 2014, 1.9 million Americans over the age of 12 had a substance use disorder involving prescription pain relievers, and 586,000 were addicted to heroin. And in 2013,
6.5 million Americans had used prescription drugs recreationally within the month prior to the survey. Prescription drugs include sedatives, pain relievers, stimulants, and more. It is no exaggeration to say that opiate addiction is an epidemic, and one that is growing. So if you?ve found yourself in a difficult situation because of this type of drug use, it is not uncommon, and there is hope for recovery.

Unfortunately, the highest rate of illicit drug use is among young adults, aged 18 to 25. And recent statistics (more…)

05 Jul 2016