ibogaine by david dardashti

Ibogaine Treatment Video

Our treatment program consists of two phases.

First, a screening process to qualifies the individual for treatment. Then a custom protocol, which includes the Ibogain dosage and duration, is created to ensure the best possible results. Ibogaine treatment naturally within the body and gently detoxifies patients, cleansing their systems while avoiding the terrible symptoms so commonly associated with withdrawal.

One of the key factors in addiction’s cyclical nature is that it creates imbalance in the dopamine pathways of the brain. The first step naturally rebalances these pathways, breaking the physical aspect of the addiction cycle.

Once this is done, our patients are guided into the second phase of the program: emotional healing.

Usually, our patients are struggling with deep emotional issues that motivated their drug or substance abuse in the first place. Ibogaine research shows that through intensive therapy, our patients are able to recognize this trauma, root out the causes of their addiction, and heal these emotional wounds once and for all. This is just a few of the many positive Ibogaine side effects the medication has to offer.
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  • Robert Snapp August 5, 2013 at 8:22 am

    lovely talk. way to go bryce!

  • Cincy SDaddy November 20, 2013 at 7:22 pm

    How is it possible that there are only 1,000 hits on this video?? It’s the
    answer to saving thousands of lives TODAY! An article in today’s paper,
    “Heroin Overdoses Up 400% in NE Ohio”. How can we get the word out? 

  • joh wall November 21, 2013 at 10:23 am

    It’s called “The war on drugs.” This is considered a class 1 substance it’s
    a psychedelic. Once a drug gets on that list it’s life in america is over.
    It wouldn’t matter if this stuff cured cancer overnight. I doubt the
    FDA/CSA cares about a buncha junkies. Also, this stuff could possibly help
    against their war…… against drugs! Why would anyone want that? We have
    people who know nothing about drug addiction deciding which drugs have a
    higher potential for abuse. Declaring war against an inanimate object &
    disease alone tells you how idiotic & outdated our whole drug system is.
    This stuff will be out of reach for most in the U.S. for at least 30 years.
    Most dr’s & scientists wont do any research on it because it’s a shedule 1

  • Charles Johnston May 28, 2014 at 2:55 pm

    The long term outcomes of Ibogaine treatment…interesting.

    Results of the Long-Term Outcomes Study of Ibogaine Treatment in Mexico –
    Thomas Kingsley Brown

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