The drug epidemic continues to escalate throughout the United States. In recent years, following the Covid epidemic, drug overdose has increased by over 30 percent. Many of these deaths involve continued manufacturing and distribution of the drug fentanyl, which is far more potent than heroin. The state of Ohio has been nicknamed ground zero for the opiate epidemic. 

     The crisis is most prevalent in the state of Ohio since the year 2015 and has continued to escalate ever since then. In 2015, it was reported that over 3000 drug overdose deaths had occurred throughout the state. Among these deaths over 2000 were related to opiates such as heroin and fentanyl. This has accounted for over 7 percent of the nation’s total opiate overdoses and the rise increased by 20 percent from the previous year. Addiction is affecting both the users and family members of those with substance abuse problems. Many times people acquire the drugs legally through prescriptions, rather than seeking out the drug on the streets.

    The highly potent drug fentanyl is both manufactured legally and made in the lab by drug manufacturers. Increased action is being done to monitor proper prescription methods as well as educating healthcare providers and family members of those struggling with addiction. Unfortunately, these methods are not sufficient enough. 

Ibogaine By David Dardashti allows those struggling from opiate addiction to receive treatment with pure ibogaine hydrochloride. This is done using the most efficient protocols available in the most secure environment imaginable. Our treatment program has helped thousands of people recover. 

 

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