Ibogaine Treatment for Methamphetamine Addiction

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Ibogaine helps eliminate both the physical and mental addiction that keeps meth addicts in their chains of addiction. Ibogaine helps to eliminate physical withdrawal symptoms such as the sweats, itchy skin, shakes, and twitches that meth users experience when the drug has worn off. It also helps to relieve psychological addiction to the drug by taking the user on an introspective journey to release the reasons one chose to do meth in the first place.

Methamphetamine is an extremely addictive stimulant being produced, sold, and abused legally and illegally primarily in the US but also increasingly around the world. Known as “meth” for short, the drug is very long lasting compared to many street drugs. It eventually causes neurotoxicity in the brain and central nervous system and can lead to heart failure and eventually death.

Meth releases high levels of dopamine when ingested and then blocks the normal flow of dopamine in the absence of the drug. These dopamine neurotransmitters involve the reward system which regulates pleasure, happiness, motivation, energy, and functional ability. Meth changes the way your brain functions; your brain becomes dependent on the drug to survive.

People initially use meth to feel better; it increase self-esteem and libido and seems to help with concentration, focus, alertness, and energy. Meth temporarily makes a person feel good. The effects of meth can become noticeably obvious in a short period of use. The psychological effects of Methamphetamines go as far as amphetamine psychosis. The physical effects start to deteriorate your body from the inside out. One’s physical appearance changes drastically. The risk is death.

How Effective is Ibogaine for the Treatment of Methamphetamine Addiction?

Typical statistics quoted for success at standard methamphetamine rehabilitation centers using either the twelve step program or a variation of it, or some other non-Ibogaine method of drug treatment, often generally range from 1% to 7%, or less.

Unfortunately, while Narcotics Anonymous (NA) is the most popular (and oldest) of the traditional 12 step programs used to treat meth addiction, no data exists to support the contention that it is effective.

Furthermore, historical standard treatment can take from 3 to 6 months but can range to one year. The cost is also necessarily very high, typically ranging from twenty to fifty thousand dollars per month.

Ibogaine has been shown to have approximately a 80%-90%% rate of success for methamphetamine addiction and substance abuse. In addition to this high rate of treatment success, it takes as little as one week with one thirty-six hour treatment, for treatment with Ibogaine to help end your meth addiction.

Treatment with Ibogaine Can End Your Methamphetamine Addiction by Addressing Both the Physical and Psychological Components of Your Addiction

Addiction to meth is normally two addictions in one. First is the physical addiction and the other is the psychological addiction.

The reason why Ibogaine is so effective is because it addresses both of these addictions. After treatment with Ibogaine, patients often report a complete elimination of physical craving and an absence of the symptoms of physical withdrawal such as sweating and tremors.

Furthermore, it has a psycho-spiritual effect that helps the patient deal with the underlying emotional scars that addicts seek to escape from through their use of mind and mood altering substances. Administration of Ibogaine allows the patient to see the truth of their past and are facilitated in bestowing universal forgiveness and understanding to others but most importantly to themselves. As a result of this revelation, they are able to envision their future, beautiful as it truly is; freed from the emotional baggage of the past that had enslaved them.

Amazingly, after Ibogaine treatment, patients report complete freedom from both physical cravings and psychological addiction.

See our Testimonials section on this website to hear, firsthand how treatment with Ibogaine has given new life to many previously hopeless addicts.

Ibogaine Treatment for Methamphetamine Addiction

If you or a loved one suffers from addiction to methamphetamines, getting Ibogaine treatment can dramatically end that addiction in as little as one week, giving the patient a new life of freedom and opportunity; freed from all chemical dependence and the devastation that comes with it.

For other addictions or conditions that Ibogaine treatment can be applied, please browse our website.

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