Ibogaine for Heroin detox and short acting Opiate addiction
Ibogaine for Heroin addiction
Heroin is a powerful opioid and highly addictive. The process of coming off of such a powerful drug can be long and arduous. When the body has grown accustomed to having heroin in the system, it feels as though you cannot function without it. Many people trying to quit heroin cannot withstand these feelings of sickness and remain trapped within the potentially lethal cycle of abuse. The withdrawal symptoms alone can be unpleasant and even life-threatening. People who use heroin over long periods of time may develop:
constipation and stomach cramping
damaged tissue inside the nose for people who sniff or snort it
collapsed veins for people who inject the drug
infection of the heart lining and valves
abscesses (swollen tissue filled with pus)
sexual dysfunction for men
irregular menstrual cycles for women
liver and kidney disease
lung complications, including pneumonia
mental disorders such as depression and antisocial personality disorder
Ibogaine is fast becoming a reliable alternative to mainstream medication. Ibogaine is of great interest to modern day pharmacology because it possesses “anti addictive” properties, meaning it reduces or eliminates both dependence and withdrawal symptoms.
The most common treatments for substance abuse and trauma until now have been behavioral therapies, such as cognitive-behavioral and contingency management interventions. With the advancement of Ibogaine research and treatment application, these prior methods have become outdated. Holistic healing through psychotropic plant compounds is now considered in many parts of the world to be cutting edge medicine.
Ibogaine is incredibly effective at treating heroin withdrawal. The ibogaine experience occurs in two parts, referred to as the visionary phase and the introspection phase. The visionary phase can be described asan enhanced “oneirogen” state, referring to the dreamlike quality of its psychedelic effects, and lasts upwards of 4 hours. The second phase, the introspection phase, is responsible for the “psychotherapeutic” effects. It can allow the person to transcend their fears and negative emotions. Ibogaine creates a state of consciousness similar to dreaming while fully conscious. The person is aware enough that memories, life experiences, and trauma can be processed. In most cases, the brain begins to “rewire” pathways, returning thought patterns back to the pre-addictive or pre-trauma state. The Ibogaine also allows the body to begin repairing physical damage from substance abuse.
The effectiveness of a Ibogaine flood dose has been proven countless times in case studies dealing in addiction and trauma. People suffering from the seemingly endless cycle of drug abuse or other mental imbalances can find lasting relief in the physical and spiritual awakening that follows an Ibogaine flood. There are several factors that contribute to the Ibogaine experience, including dose, setting, method of consumption, and mindset. Each individual journey will be unique to the person. For those who suffer from addiction and are looking for help, it is important to choose a treatment program that is right for you. Our facility is designed to provide the perfect environment for gentle detoxing and rejuvenation while undergoing Ibogaine treatment. We also offer a variety of wellness programs including yoga, meditation, emotional freedom techniques and art therapy. Clients will also participate in goal setting and integration with their personalized aftercare program.
Recovery doesn’t have to be an uphill battle. Take the first step towards a new life and let us help you along the path to reach your goals.