Current treatment options for opioid and other forms of addiction do not work for most people. What’s missing is the ability to fast track the withdrawal process. Ibogaine - a molecule found in Tabernanthe iboga and many other plants - offers the opportunity for a rapid detox. In combination with an effective therapeutic setting, ibogaine offers the opportunity to live the good life again, free from addiction. Our goal is to provide safe, effective and affordable ibogaine treatment globally this decade.Sign Up For News
Building a network of holistic recovery clinics focusing on the scientific application of ibogaine to treat the roots of addiction
To treat the roots of addiction effectively using ibogaine and other psychedelic medicines.
Creating the gold standard for addiction treatment with ibogaine-assisted psychotherapy.
To provide those living with addiction the best possible recovery treatment - using ibogaine and other psychedelic medicines - to enable them to be free from addiction and to flourish
Opioid addiction has reached epidemic levels in Canada, the United States and worldwide. Opioid and heroin is now the #1 cause of accidental death in Canada and the US for people under 50. At all stages, it destroys families. The opioid crisis cost the US $696 billion in 2018 - or 3.4 percent of GDP - and more than $2.5 trillion for the four - year period from 2015 to 2018.
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Addiction experts are in wide agreement on the most effective way to help opioid addicts: Medication-assisted treatment. But most inpatient rehab facilities in the U.S. don’t offer this option. WSJ’s Jason Bellini reports on why the medication option is controversial, and in many places, hard to come by. Image: Ryno Eksteen and Thomas WilliamsView More
A judge in Oklahoma has ruled that Johnson & Johnson helped fuel the state's opioid crisis and has ordered the company to pay $572 million for its role. Recently, "60 Minutes" reported on Mike Moore, an attorney representing state and local governments that, like Oklahoma, are taking drug makers to court.View More
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