THE IBOGAINE TREATMENT FOR OPIATE ADDICTION

How Ibogaine Treats Opiate Addiction

How is it that Ibogaine is such an effective treatment for drug – and especially opiate – addiction? While the science itself is intricate, the basic idea with Ibogaine for opiate addiction is simple – chemicals from opiate drugs bind with certain receptors in the brain. When these drugs are not present, these receptors are empty, and empty receptors cause the cravings that many recovering addicts experience.

However, Ibogaine binds to these same receptors. Thus, a single administration of Ibogaine (sometimes followed by a few smaller administrations, in the case of particularly nasty addictions) can reduce the “cold turkey” withdrawal symptoms by 80-90%, on average. Ibogaine itself is not addictive, and – once it has been ingested – is metabolized by the liver into its active metabolite Noribogaine, which stays in the body for several weeks or months after a single dose. Noribogaine helps to prevent post-treatment withdrawal symptoms, and may also act as an anti-depressant.

Physical symptoms after a detoxification with Ibogaine, when used for opiate addiction, may include muscle aches, fatigue, or reduced need for sleep, any of which can last for several weeks.

At the Ibogaine Clinic, it’s our main goal to help people suffering from dependence to potent substances. Opiate addiction is one of the most difficult kinds because of the strong hold of the chemical on the user. It’s hard enough for a short-term abuser to come off an opiate problem, as violent withdrawal symptoms can arise even after only a few weeks of use. Prolonged addiction is even harder to treat. We believe that conventional treatment for this form of abuse may not necessarily be the best solution, nor does it always ensure a long-term fix. This is a heavy situation, and we don’t want to put any our patients through painful, wracking withdrawals.

Most doctors say that these withdrawals are always a part of recovery, but we believe otherwise. Our ibogaine treatment for opiate addiction won’t make you go through the excruciating process of opiod withdrawal. In addition, ibogaine has certain components that directly, efficiently address the synthetic chemicals in the system of someone addicted to opiates.

The Path to True Recovery

Ibogaine is effective when used to initially detoxify an addict; long-term abstinence varies, and is related to the type of aftercare that the patient adheres to, as well as to the patient’s readiness to become, and to remain, clean and sober. This is why the emotional and spiritual elements of the Ibogaine by David Dardashti program are so important.

We are committed to seeing each of our clients eliminate the factors that caused them to turn to drugs in the first place, and we pride ourselves on educating and training each client to effectively manage the internal resistance and combat the external forces that first led to the abuse. The goal is to allow our clients to live a happy, healthy, and whole life, without fear of relapse through Ibogaine treatment for opiate addiction.

Most doctors say that these withdrawals are always a part of recovery, but we believe otherwise. Our ibogaine treatment for opiate addiction won’t make you go through the excruciating process of opiod withdrawal. In addition, ibogaine has certain components that directly, efficiently address the synthetic chemicals in the system of someone addicted to opiates.

We have three plans available to patients interested in our way. Each one is specifically tailored to the severity of the addiction. There are conventional, advanced and deluxe treatments. All plans have a basic but comprehensive set of inclusions and every step up will provide an even more in-depth addiction treatment. Additionally, you have the assurance that the Ibogaine Clinic will help you tackle the physical, emotional and mental parts of your opiate dependence.

Take the Next Step

Your addiction is powerful – maybe too powerful for you to face on your own. So don’t be afraid to ask for help.

Call us for Ibogaine treatment for your opiate addiction.

Let us explain the detoxification process in full. We’re always available, either online or by phone, to help you learn more about this phase of the recovery process. The very next action you take may be the most important one in your life – will you be in control, or will the addiction?

You have the strength: contact us now to begin your journey of healing.