Fighting cocaine addiction can feel perilous. Fortunately you don’t have to do it alone, and best of all, you don’t have to suffer. Ibogaine has been proven extremely successful at treating substance abuse. With Ibogaine, we can effectively shut down withdrawal symptoms as well as “addiction receptors” in the brain.
Cocaine is a powerful stimulant and is highly addictive. It is a refined white powder that comes from the coca leaf and is considered an illicit and potentially lethal drug. Stimulants are known to raise blood pressure, increase body temperature and increase heart rate. It can also cause problems such as:
In many cases, prolonged or heavy cocaine use can lead to long lasting psychological effects. Cocaine produces numerous psychiatric syndromes and disorders. The long term sideeffects can include persisting agitation, paranoia, delusions and hallucinations, as well as suicidal and homicidal thinking. Other more serious mental disorders have been frequently reported.
When dealing with substance abuse withdrawal it is imperative to have a good support system and a plan of action for treatment. Our facility maintains a medical staff that will evaluate each client to be cleared for an Ibogaine flood. There is a period of rest and relaxation during which the client can settle into their private bungalow, tour the facility and get acquainted with our program. Stabilizing medications are provided during the primary detox phase along with IV therapy and a holistic diet. Once the client has been medically cleared, the Ibogaine test dose will be administered to determine that no allergy to the medicine is present. The client will then receive the first flood dose under medical supervision. Our medical staff will continue to monitor the person's vitals and blood pressure throughout the duration of the flood. The person will experience a profound feeling of introspection and personal awakening. Ibogaine has been incredibly effective in treating not only the symptoms of withdrawal but also the underlying cause of the problem.
The experience of ibogaine occurs in two parts, termed the visionary phase and the introspection phase. The visionary phase has been described asan enhanced “oneirogen” state, referring to the dreamlike nature of its psychedelic effects, and lasts upwards of 4 hours. Many people that suffer from substance abuse also suffer from underlying trauma. The second phase, the introspection phase, is responsible for the “psychotherapeutic” effects. It can allow people to transcend their fears and negative emotions. Ibogaine creates a state of consciousness also similar to dreaming while fully conscious. The person is aware enough that memories, life experiences, and trauma can be processed. The root of the addiction can be targeted and dealt with.