While there isn’t much research data to support the claims, a mountain of anecdotal reports suggest that Ibogaine may be a remarkable medication that can interrupt opiate and other addictions after a single, intense, hallucinogenic experience. A single session on Ibogaine is reported to ‘cure’ opiate withdrawal symptoms and dramatically reduce drug cravings as it also provides great insight into why you need to use drugs in the first place. The drug is not without risks however – an estimated 1 in 300 people who have used the drug as medicine have died as a result and Ibogaine remains an illegal schedule 1 controlled substance in the US.Read Article
Thinking about a home opiate detox? Talk to your doctor before you get started to find out more about a bunch of over the counter and prescription medications that can help to reduce the discomforts of the withdrawal period.
What is Methadone?Although methadone has long been a somewhat controversial and unfortunately stigmatized medication, it’s also the most effective medication for the treatment of opiate addiction. A daily dose of methadone removes all drug cravings and withdrawal symptoms from even the most severely dependent opiate abuser and lets you get your life back on the right track, free from the pulls of temptation. Methadone has a low entry cost and is easily available throughout America. Read Article