An Overview Of Ibogaine Detox Treatment For Drug Addiction

By Donald Wright


The rate at which individuals are losing their lives due to drug addiction poses as a danger to the community at large. Over-dependence on illegal and prescription drugs by adults and teenagers lead to deterioration of health and increased social crimes. Attempts to reduce the situations with the application of Ibogaine Detox Treatment to addicts has had success.

The extraction of these substance is gotten from the native plant known as Iboga. It is mostly extracted from the roots and barks of the plant and administered to the patient in form of a pill. The substance works to reset the opiate receptors in the brain, allowing the drugs to be flashed off from the body and mind of the person. By resetting the receptors in the brain, the patient will be able to lose the interest in the drug.

The use of these substance is still undergoing much discussion but has been used on some individuals who have shown some remarkable improvement. Comparing the usual treatments which involve long days of withdrawal and pain, the individual will only experience this for a short while and get back on track. However, it is required to be administered legally in a clinic in the presence of a practitioner.

It is also required that each individual goes through a medical checkup before the chemical is administered. This is because not every individual can have a successful process having ingested the chemical. People with re-existing conditions such as kidney stones, vascular illnesses, pregnant women, psychiatric disorders among others do not qualify to be candidates.

For the substance to work properly, it is administered to a patient in a hospital set up and has three stages of effects that the person will experience. The first stage which is the Awakened Dream or Acute state. Here the person experiences a dreamlike situation whereby he or she experiences past events that occurred while he or she was conscious which lead to addiction of the substance which later will help the patient understand the leading cause of addiction.

The next step is where the patient wakes up and has time to reflect on the experience he or she has had in the first stage. This stage is known as introspective phase which can last for up to three days. The patient is allowed to recuperate physically and mentally as he or she reflect on everything. The person may also be tired and could spend most of the time lying down.

In the stimulation phase which is the third step, the individual will have regained some strength due to the drug being flushed from his or her mind and body. This is where corrective living is done, whereby the individual learns on importance of living a clean life and how to do so with the help of a specialist.

After going through these stages, the person is advised to sign up from therapy sessions. This will help the individual to get more professional advice on proper ways of living and prevent a relapse. The chances of a relapse are not completely off the table hence the more reason why the person should be attending therapy sessions.




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