Ibogaine Treatment Center In Mexico
The plant, Tabernanthe iboga, grows naturally in the huge semitropical and tropical jungles of Western Africa, especially in the countries of Gabon, Cameroon, and the Congo. The Tabernanthe iboga tree is the one that is most used for extraction of ibogaine. The alkaloid substance that makes up the chemical component of the drug, ibogaine, is extracted from the roots of this 30-foot tall tree.
The Tabernanthe iboga tree from which the alkaloid is extracted is considered a national treasure by the government of Gabon. The people in West Africa use the drug freely for religious ceremonies and to help them stay awake, as it is a stimulant like amphetamine if it is used properly. It is also a mild hallucinogenic substance, and it is used recreationally by a number of people in West Africa as a way to relax and gather their inner, spiritual thoughts. Ibogaine is used as a treatment for drug addiction in many countries throughout the world.
People have been asking about the ibogaine treatment centers in Mexico, and they simply refer to it as ibogaine Mexicoc. There are ibogaine treatment centers in Mexico — a number of them, in fact. Some of them have a resort type of atmosphere and are relaxing. They have massages and other body wellness treatments as well. This helps the client to relax and to concentrate on the treatment at hand.
The ibogaine treatment centers in Mexico cater mostly to Americans, since ibogaine treatment centers in the United States are illegal. Underground ibogaine treatment centers in the United States are subject to raids by the FBI, DEA, and FDA. The physicians who are trying to help addicts are arrested and lose their license to practice medicine. They are fined thousands of dollars. The clients are treated the same: jailed and fined by the United States government for using and possessing an illegal Schedule 1 controlled substance.
While there are ibogaine treatment centers in Mexico, they do not appear to be as closely regulated by the government of Mexico, as are the ones in Canada. For a person unfamiliar with Mexico, it might be better to opt for an ibogaine treatment center in Canada. Most of the centers in Mexico, however, are operated by doctors and others from the United States who realize that this drug, though illegal in their home country, does an amazing job of helping addicts get rid of their time and money consuming habit that is destroying their lives and the lives of their family members.
Unlike Methadone and Suboxeon and Antabuse, ibogaine is not a replacement drug for the addict’s drug of addiction. It does not replace those drugs; it helps the user to be free of the drugs. In the brain, it acts as the drug of choice, and the addict no longer is in need of the drug. There are no withdrawal symptoms, and most of the clients are 100% drug-free in the space of a few days.
No wonder people call it a cure for addiction.