It’s when you hit rock bottom that you can begin to turn things around. You or someone you know may be sick and tired of a dependency that has taken over your life, and ready to try out a treatment program. You may be appalled at the adverse consequences and implications for for your family life, friendships, relationships, financial situation, and work habits. But it isn’t easy to give up dependency on drugs and no one can do it alone. Ibogaine treatment for opiate addiction offers new hope and a new beginning.
Identifying the problem
A major part of the problem is that addictive drugs have never been so easy available. Whether it’s prescription drugs found in the medicine closet of every home, or street drugs like cocaine, heroin or amphetamines, they’re everywhere. An estimated 11 million people in the United States have taken the prescription drug Oxycontin at least one once for non-medical purposes, according to a report by the US Department of Health and Human Services.
Drugs are not only easily available, they are also cheap. Interviews with addicts reveal that illegal drugs are easy to buy and even cheaper than a six-pack of beer. For example, one dose of cocaine costs just $3. At the same time, the problem of drug abuse is reaching alarming proportions with a drastic increases in overdoses.
What is Ibogaine drug treatment?
Even in 2014, there were very few mainstream treatment options for drug addiction. This is why Ibogaine treatment for opiate addiction is becoming increasingly popular. Ibogaine is derived from a West African plant and is a mild hallucinogenic.
Ibogaine is classified as a Schedule 1 drug in the United States and a few other countries. It is freely available in the rest of the world. Ibogaine therapy has been found to be highly effective in reducing drug dependency. Some studies have found that an Ibogaine treatment program can reduce drug cravings in as little as 72 to 96 hours.
How can I find an Ibogaine treatment clinic?
There are a number of clinics offering Ibogaine treatment for opiate addiction in Mexico and Canada. Ibogaine therapy is part of a holistic program that addresses behavioral, emotional and spiritual issues to effect a complete cure.
All cures are a continuous process, but Ibogaine treatment is the foundation of a new beginning.