Texas is the largest state in the mainland of the United States and the second highest in terms of population. Like many other areas in the country the drug epidemic continues to escalate. This is destroying the lives of many in this densely populated state. The most devastating substances that are contributing to casualties are methamphetamines and opiates. Other substances such as benzodiazepines and cocaine contribute to substance abuse and drug overdoses within the state. 

     Like many other places; the production, sale, and use of methamphetamine continues to increase. This longer acting and highly potent stimulant is a far cheaper alternative than cocaine, which has seen to decrease in usage. Like the rest of the country the opiate epidemic continues to rise within the state of Texas without the effective means to help people get off the drug.

     Opiate users in Texas receive their drugs from both the streets and from doctor prescriptions. Hydrocodone is the most widely prescribed opiate in the state and can eventually lead to heroin. Over the past the state has produced both powder and tar form heroin. Overtime, dealers have begun cutting the drug with fentanyl increasing fatalities, associated with drug overdose.  More recently, pure fentanyl has been more commonly distributed on the streets.

     Ibogaine Hydrochloride continues to remain illegal in The United States, despite it being the most effective treatment for opiate abuse. Ibogaine By David Dardashti continues to accelerate the treatment process. The process of withdrawal can be deveasting through conventional aproaches. 


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