Ibogaine Opiate Detox: How To Stay Sober AFTER a Detox Treatment Program

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In the United States, the Oxycontin Generation is coming of age, and sadly, many are turning to drugs like heroin. As a result, overdoses and addiction to opiates are rising all over the United States. And addiction doesn’t discriminate; Americans of all ages, from all walks of life, are suffering. According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, at least 11 million Americans have used Oxycontin recreationally since Purdue released their highly addictive new formula in 1996. And while not all of these users go on to become addicts, for many, Oxycontin was the first step on a long road to heroin addiction.… Read More...

How to Tell if You Should Undergo the Ibogaine Treatment Program

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In the world of addiction treatment, it seems like everyone is talking about ibogaine. Over the last few years, a growing body of research — both anecdotal and scientific — has emerged to support this substance as one of the most effective treatments for addiction available in the world.

However, ibogaine is an illegal substance in the U.S. Because of this, thousands of Americans are flocking to places like Mexico, where ibogaine has been legal since 2009, to seek out ibogaine treatment programs.… Read More...

Ibogaine Detox Can Cure Your Addiction

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Drug use is a huge problem, not just in the United States but around the globe. In Mexico, it is estimated that at least 460,000 people are drug addicts. The use of illegal drugs in that country increased at least 87% between 2002 and 20111. Nearly 43% of people in this country find themselves exposed to drugs and at least 50% will use them themselves. In the United States, it is estimated that at least 11 million people have used OxyContin for a recreational, not medical use.… Read More...