Besides being addicted to opioids, Ibogaine has been shown to be effective in treating other dependencies, including alcohol, Suboxone, methadone, and various stimulants. Regular use of such drugs makes the brain desperately need it, so users experience an increased urge to use the drug at any time. However, Ibogaine acts on the area of the brain involved in drug cravings and then bring it back to its original state, eliminating the symptoms of withdrawal and cravings.
According to users who have undergone treatment, only one session is sufficient to combat severe opioid addiction. Often, during this stage, users get significant insight into their addictive behavior, which in turn helps control these bad habits. However, users are advised to continue counseling and seek help from support groups to prevent a recurrence.
The Avante Institute is proud to be honored as one of the best Ibogaine Clinical Care Facilities in the western world. Every year, millions of people who suffer from addiction are looking for traditional treatment programs that fail to provide real hope for sustainable long-term recovery. By using outdated and ineffective care, training, and care tools, clients are left to succumb to addiction, anxiety, and depression.
Ibogaine Assisted Detox affects the brain at the cellular level by rearranging the location of brain receptors and rebalancing the neurochemical levels that bypass these most powerful recovery opponents. When other maintenance protocols fail, it's time for Ibogaine Assisted Detox.