Below you’ll find Part 2 of the “What’s Ibogaine” article, a continuation from yesterday’s blog post. Read Part 1 here.
What diseases and ailments can ibogaine treat?
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
What could be worse than being trapped in a reoccurring nightmare? Military personnel, police officers, crime victims and ordinary citizens sometimes experience horrible events that become trapped in their minds, playing over and over again.
Ibogaine has shown that it can quiet the minds of those suffering from PTSD. It can bring the brain’s chemicals such as dopamine back in balance, giving the sufferer relief from their trauma while they deal with any underlying emotional issues associated with the problem.
Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s
According to the Alzheimer’s Association, Alzheimer’s is the sixth-leading cause of death in the United States. It’s also the only cause of death among the top 10 in the United States that can’t be prevented, cured or even slowed.
The exact causes of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s aren’t yet known. That explains why, as you would imagine, western medical science hasn’t been able to find cures that are as effective as needed.
However, Ibogaine helps patients by getting their brains to treat themselves. Ibogaine stimulates the brains of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s sufferers to begin repairing or replacing damaged cells. David Dardashti has treated even doctors with Alzheimer’s, specifically Dr. Menashe who’s a cardiologist and surgeon and has testified to getting 80% back of his memory loss.
If you have diabetes, you’re not alone. The World Health Organization says that there are over 400 million diabetics.
Ibogaine, which has shown to be a safe alternative to conventional diabetes treatment, has an insulin-like effect on the body. But unlike traditional treatment, which involves long-term daily monitoring and dosing, the ibogaine treatment lasts for only a few weeks to help you get on the path of health. At the Ibogaine Clinic, an older, spiritual man was treated for his diabetes. Before the ibogaine treatment, he had difficulty walking. By the time he finished his treatment, he was walking 6 kilometers a day.
Why is ibogaine so popular for opiate detox?
No one wants to be addicted to an opiate. But the fear of a detox can make a person think twice about seeking treatment. Every user has heard horror stories about someone who went through detox. If only there was a way to break an addiction to an opiate without having to suffer so badly.
That’s where ibogaine comes in. Not only does it relieve the cravings for opioids, but it does so without the physical and psychic pain. People can finally break free from their addiction without punishing themselves in the process.
Clinic founder and Executive Program Director Dardashti has created over 250 protocols for treating various illnesses as mentioned earlier. Everything has been tested from the exact dosage to the exact delivery time. If you suffer from diabetes, Alzheimer’s, PTSD, or drug addiction, contact the Ibogaine Clinic at 1.888.462.1164.