With Ibogaine Suboxone and Methadone Dependency Can Finally End
Originally For Fast Opiate Taper, Now A Replacement Therapy
Suboxone and Methadone’s use as an opiate taper therapy has been overcome by their use as a permanent replacement therapy for short acting opiates, in the tradition of methadone. Another suboxone application has been for pain management, though this is less prevalent. Subs come in sublingual strips and pills.
Common adverse drug reactions associated with the use of buprenorphine are similar to those of other opioids and include: nausea, vomiting, cognitive and neural inhibition, drowsiness, urinary retention, headache, memory loss, itching, sweating, dry mouth, dizziness, hypertension, and decreased libido.
What’s Withdrawal From Suboxone, Methadone And Subutex Like?
For Ibogaine suboxone or methadone therapy, this is where it gets complicated. Buprenorphine has a long half life , so that it remains in the system for a minimum of 30 days, possibly even 60 days or longer. Sudden quitting the use of suboxone or methadone will be followed by incredibly painful withdrawals.
What happens when Ibogaine interacts with buprenorphine?
There may be negative cardiac indications as well as for Ibogaine suboxone combinations.
Protocol For Frequent And Continual Suboxone and Methadone detox
Switch to a short acting opiate (SAO) for a certain period at least 3 to 4 weeks or more before natural Ibogaine suboxone treatment is standard protocol for all responsible Ibogaine providers. Typical SAOs are morphine and oxycontin.
This must be discussed with one of our Doctors. Do not stop your suboxone or methadone program without first consulting with us as to your eligibility for treatment.