We treat suboxone, subutex, and other opiates addiction immediately, without the use of short-acting opiates, and without withdrawal.


Our Ibogaine Clinic treats a variety of different physical ailments and medical disorders, from depression to diabetes and beyond. However, ibogaine is well-known as an opiate addiction treatment, to help individuals overcome their addictions, all while avoiding withdrawal symptoms. From alcoholism to nicotine addiction, from cocaine to methamphetamine addiction such as Methadone, Subutex or Suboxone, an ibogaine treatment is an extremely potent and powerful way to heal. If you’re struggling with an addiction, perhaps an Ibogaine experience at Ibogaine Clinic can help.


Excessive intake of drugs and alcohol facilitate a lot of what is tough, painful and sometimes unbearable in our society these days. Loss of loved ones, crime, and human suffering have deep roots in addictive and mind-altering substances. Despite great advances in our knowledge of biochemistry, few doctor-approved prescriptions have proven themselves to be effective in the treatment of addiction. In fact, most these very pills have created new addictions, complete with their very own addictive properties, like Methadone for example.
The world of addiction is in desperate need of a true self-healing molecule. Many neuroscience researchers, psychiatrists, and addiction specialists contend that Ibogaine is that very molecule. At the Ibogaine Clinic David Dardashti and his team have shown time and time again that a medically-supervised ibogaine treatment can help liberate addicts from the clutches of their addiction, whether alcohol or drugs. Ibogaine allows for peace, introspection and deep healing from within as your body restores itself.

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For almost a decade, Executive Program Director David Dardashti has been treating individuals with various drug addictions. They come in hopeless, depressed and leave completely renewed. Many have even researched other ibogaine rehab centers, but are told they need to get on short-acting opiates before receiving an ibogaine treatment. At the Ibogaine Clinic, we have over 250 individual protocols specific to various addictions and diseases. Rest assured, you don’t have to get on other drugs to get treatment. Just call us at 1-888-462-1164 so we can walk you through what you can expect and answer all of your questions. You too can start healing!


After an Ibogaine treatment, people find it easier to handle internal issues that may have encouraged destructive behavior in the past. It becomes easier to change destructive behaviors, and to be more receptive to therapies, furthering success in overcoming addiction. About 75% of patients receiving a flood-dose experience the vivid visual effects that Ibogaine can produce. But many patients sleep through the effects of ibogaine, or instead experience quick thoughts and flashes.

The Ibogaine drug itself is not addictive. In fact, it has anti-addictive properties. Ibogaine is “dream creating”, where some people report “watching a movie of their life” or “reorganizing some cabinet files” in their brain. An ibogaine treatment is very unique, in fact as unique as the individual receiving treatment. It allows for incredible insights gained into the subconscious mind helping former addicts build a rock-solid foundation without drugs.


An ibogaine treatment program involves the use of a herbal extract, administered in a capsule form. Please note this natural substance isn’t like the psychoactive substances LSD or mushrooms. An ibogaine addiction treatment offers a complete and deep mental and physical healing by working on your physical, psychological, emotional, spiritual and social connections.


Not everyone can undergo an ibogaine treatment. You may not be a good candidate if you have certain heart problems or if you’re pregnant since it may affect the baby. If you have a medical condition other than addiction, you may be required to go through a physical screening (by a doctor) to determine if you’re healthy enough for an ibogaine treatment. Please note that the Ibogaine Clinic has professionals, both MDs and therapists, to assist you in every step of your recovery.


If you’ve chosen to get treated at the Ibogaine Clinic, it’s crucial that your decision is 100% yours and not influenced by friends and family. By being your choice, you’ll have an open mind and the will and motivation to change…without distractions.

There’s a world of difference between conventional addiction treatment and an ibogaine therapy for drug addiction. While the former can be unpredictable, and packed with undesirable effects, an ibogaine opiate detox is virtually withdrawal-free. Ibogaine, the main ingredient of our drug addiction recovery program, is incredibly potent against several forms of addiction: alcohol, nicotine, cocaine, methamphetamines and synthetic opiates such as Methadone, Subutex, and Suboxone. We classify most of these narcotics as “long-lasting opiates.”


The Tabernanthe Iboga plant is where we get our supply of pure ibogaine hydrochloride (HCL). It’s the only substance we use in our treatment, and despite the fact that ibogaine consists of 12 useful varieties of alkaloids, this is the most effective. It doesn’t have any additives to its component, just the extract that contains all the benefits of ibogaine. It works directly with the brain, and you can rest assured in the knowledge that our staff is well-versed in helping our patients handle pharmaceutical ibogaine HCL.

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What is an ibogaine flood dose? It’s a calculated measurement of ibogaine based on a patient’s body weight and many other factors, specific to them. Aside from general good health, preparations include hydration, psychological preparedness, as well as cardio-supporting supplements. After taking a flood dose, most patients experience the onset of ibogaine effects in phases. Please note the Ibogaine Clinic doesn’t ask you to stop using your drug of choice before becoming a patient.


David Dardashti and his team have discovered over the years that an ibogaine treatment is not a one-size-fits-all practice. Each person’s physical makeup and addiction case is different; as such, treatments are just as customizable. To achieve the best possible results, David has developed over 250 Ibogaine treatment protocols to maximize both the efficiency and its results. Therefore the time and intensity of each treatment vary.


After the treatment begins, most patients experience a gradual change in how their body feels. Opiate addicts will often experience 100% relief from withdrawal symptoms during the first treatment. For heavy drug users, after the experience begins, patients need help moving around, especially when visiting the restroom. During this time, many patients also experience low-grade visualization.


During Phase Two, most patients experience body heaviness. Some may experience nausea, as but, simply keeping the head still can lessen this effect. Patients may become confused during this phase of the process, as the treatment’s stranger effects become stronger.
Many flood dose patients report having no visual experience at all. Some patients will sleep during this “peak” period. Some experience visions, but have no memory of them while others remember them. These visions vary from person to person but often contain common themes such as ancestry, mythology, animals, and plants. Rest assured that during this phase, patients are carefully monitored by our medical team.


After completing an ibogaine treatment, patients regain control over their bodies, and side effects like nausea and vomiting subside. At this point, the body is often dehydrated, so the patient may experience headaches. Additional liquids are introduced to start the rehydration process. Many people sleep for long periods during Phase 3, while others simply sit impatiently. Most are able to begin processing their visual experience and start addressing any personal issues that may have led to the original destructive behavior, underlying their addiction. The end of Phase Three is normally marked with a light meal. Additionally, after completing an Ibogaine flood dose treatment many patients experience a “Gray Day.”


A “Gray Day” is a common side effect that many patients experience after completing an ibogaine flood treatment. It is defined as a “physiological, psychological and emotional cluster” that often presents itself as negativity, depression, sadness and intellectual self-abuse. These effects gradually wear off during the day, but some patients have a tough time breaking free from these feelings. Not everyone experiences this “Gray Day,” but everyone should be prepared for one.


After Phase Three is complete, and patients have made their way through their “gray day,” the final results manifest differently for each user. Most of the result depends on what the original intention of the treatment was. Results can be helped or lessened by ongoing lifestyle choices.
Most after effects are attributed to the metabolite Noribogaine. This is created as a byproduct of the liver metabolizing Ibogaine and can persist in the body for up to six months after the initial treatment. Noribogaine is a powerful antidepressant and thyroid stabilizer.

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