Ibogaine is a naturally occurring psychoactive substance consider being most effective in addiction treatment.
A 2003 study by Dr. Mash reported significant Iboga Treatment Statistics for her patients. In the year under scrutiny, the team undertook 24 sessions. Six of 18 patients who had therapy, aftercare program or both, were clean since the therapy.
Of the remaining 12 patients, two remain clean for a year, accompanied by pain that triggered a relapse. Two of them relapsed from a three to six-month period. Five relapsed in one month, and two were not in contact. This study proves that ibogaine and aftercare treatment have a significant success rate. Various Other Studies emphasize the importance of ibogaine and follow-up treatment.
According to American Addiction Center studies success rate of ibogaine for addiction treatment is 50-80 percent. However, long-term recovery and relapse avoidance depend on professional supervision and aftercare in rehabilitation programs.
Another Study Examines the longitudinal treatment effects of the ibogaine treatment for over a period of 12 months. The Study measures the addiction severity 0f 14 Participants and tests the Subjective Opioid Withdrawal Scale (SOWS) before and after the treatment. Only one of the participants died during the treatment, and 13 of the remaining participants showed the reduction of withdrawal symptoms and addictive behavior.