Treatment for Fentanyl


ibogaine fentanyl treatmentFentanyl is quite possibly the most addicting, potent, and devastating opiate out there. Originally, the drug was manufactured by pharmaceutical companies. It is a purely synthetic opiate that is not derived from the opiate plant. This drug is between 50 and 100 times more potent than morphine. This makes it far more addictive and dangerous than any opiate available.

In fact, compared to heroin alone, fentanyl works with almost the same addiction mechanisms, but is 100 times more potent, according to American Addiction Centers.


Fentanyl is particularly insidious because it has become so widespread as an ingredient in other recreational drugs people might choose to take.

detox fentanyl with ibogaineDue to its low cost and ease to manufacture, Fentanyl has become an extremely popular substance to ‘cut’ other drugs with. In fact, it is extremely likely that any street drug has a considerable percentage of fentanyl within it. This increases the danger of drug usage dramatically.

Not only this, there is an elevated risk of overdose, with drugs such as pills often containing uneven and elevated doses of fentanyl. For example, a bag of counterfeit ‘blue pills’, which are almost certainly all laced with fentanyl, may contain one or more pills that have an exceedingly high dose of the substance.

In some cases, tragically, a user may overdose on their very first pill, as is widely reported across the U.S.

Fentanyl withdrawal generally consists of a wide range of symptoms that can last for several weeks or months. Symptoms can include:

  • Muscle weakness
  • Nausea and/or vomiting
  • Anorexia
  • Diarrhea
  • Elevated heart rate
  • Hypertension
  • Increased respiratory rate
  • Insomnia
  • Anxiety
  • Pupil dilation

The symptoms of withdrawal are usually much more intense than those that would have been experienced as a result of heroin or other opiate use. For this reason, it is absolutely crucial to understand that the treatment must be focused, intensive, and longer than a usual stay in our facility.


Our Neuro Stimulus Technique incorporates ibogaine treatment for Fentanyl addiction at our wellness center. David Dardashti has spent years perfecting a protocol for fentanyl addiction. He provides ibogaine treatment for fentanyl addiction without the need to first switch to any other substances.

ibogaine treatment for fentanyl abuseUsers that come to the Ibogaine wellness center for treatment are amazed at how rapidly they begin to feel better. While all our guests are required to put on the work and effort, we are right there and our treatment focuses deeply on minimizing withdrawal symptoms. Many are skeptical at first. Some don’t think that the treatment will work -but all come with a common denominator – they have nothing left to lose and EVERYTHING to gain.

The Neuro Stimulus Technique and Ibogaine restore the positive energy within the body that helps it to heal. Effectively blocking the MU opioid receptors that are responsible for fentanyl withdrawal, ibogaine works to restore emotional and physical balance within the body. No other substance has this powerful ability!


The Neuro Stimulus Technique and Ibogaine treatment provides immediate effects that help the individual to feel better. Due to the potency of fentanyl, this treatment is lengthier and more intensive than it would be for lower-grade substances, but there is no need to take medications while you are receiving ibogaine treatment, and the treatment is more efficient and more effective than other alternatives. David Dardashti will guide the healing process which generally begins on the first day that you arrive at our Ibogaine Wellness Center in Mexico.

fentanyl detoxification with ibogaineYou will ultimately require 3-4 ibogaine treatments with booster doses between major treatments in order to fully heal from fentanyl addiction. Because each guest is different, David Dardashti and his treatment team work together to assess each new individual to define a unique treatment protocol for each person’s needs. David and his team will explain more about the process when you come to the Ibogaine Wellness Center for care.

The initial ibogaine treatment dose is administered and several hours of perception and healing will take place. You may be tired after this treatment and are welcome to relax in your private bedroom following your ibogaine treatment. Those overcoming fentanyl addiction are encouraged to plan to spend 14 days at the Ibogaine Wellness Center in order to fully heal and overcome any residual symptoms of withdrawal or dependence that may be lingering as a result of this powerful addiction, but the ibogaine treatment DOES begin working immediately.


When you come to Ibogaine by David Dardashti you will be assessed immediately so that David and his team can begin working on a treatment protocol that’s ideal for your unique needs. Assessment may take between 1 and 2 hours depending on the unique situation. During this time, we work to get to the root of the problem and define a plan of action to help you get sober for good.

fentanyl addiction treatment with ibogaineDavid Dardashti will administer a dose of ibogaine to help you overcome fentanyl addiction. This dose is defined based on your unique needs and varies for every guest that comes to the wellness center. The measured dose will cause a relaxed state for the next several hours during which time you will feel deep perception.

During the time of perception, we figure out WHY you use drugs, what is bothering you, and what we can do to turn things around. Don’t worry-we’re here with you every step of the way!

Following the ibogaine treatment, you will have time to relax and enjoy your stay at our Mexico Ibogaine Wellness Center. Secondary, and tertiary treatments will likely be required to help you overcome addiction to this long-acting opiate. Each subsequent treatment will be similar to the first but likely not as powerful as you have come to understand what to expect with Ibogaine.


ibogaine fentanylAre you ready to stop living your life addicted to opiates? The decision to cut it out of your life may be challenging-scary-or overwhelming. But, if you’re finally ready to break free from the stronghold of opiate addiction, and take back control of your life, we can help!

Call our ibogaine treatment facility at 1-800-818-4511 to speak with a specialist about fentanyl addiction treatment. Remember, short-acting opiates are NOT required when you receive ibogaine treatment by David Dardashti. Come spend a week or two with us and see what sobriety is really all about!


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