Q & A

 

What is ibogaine treatment's success rate?

Ibogaine success rates 6 months post treatment are 30-70%

Several factors can effect the wide gap in numbers but one

thing is certain, they far outshine the minuscule numbers

coming out of traditional 12-step and other cognitive behavioral

treatment modalities.

What are some of the factors mentioned above?

Determination/Motivation/Intentions of the patient

Patient’s ability to be honest

Type of drugs patient is using

Willingness to participate in Aftercare

Environmental influences; old friends and hang-outs, relationships, certain jobs and debt. These are by far leading extrnal factors that can either make or break your success depending on how much you allow them to effect you.

What are the side effects?

Short term side effects are most intense in the first stage of the treatment and tend to become milder as the trip progresses. Symptoms may include: anxiety, ataxia, nausea (especially from movement) and cardiovascular effects (like palpitations). You may experience some of those symptoms or none of them. After the trip there can be a so called “grey day” when some people feel tired but sleepless, some are anxious or angry as suppressed emotions continue to rise to the surface.

How does ibogaine work?

Ibogaine has a complex mechanism of action (pharmacokinetics) in the brain that is not yet fully understood. What is known is that once consumed, ibogaine quickly stimulates the production of “glial cell derived neurotrophic factor” (GDNF) – part of the brain’s support system, which resets the reward circuitry situated in the Ventral Tegmental Area (VTA) of the brain. Put simply, addiction is a brain impairment characterized by a profound disruption in particular neurotransmitter circuits in the brain caused by the abused substance. Ibogaine resets these neurological pathways and refreshes the central nervous system

Is ibogaine safe?

Yes, when used appropriately with experienced & responsible providers. Our team will determine if any exclusionary  criteria is met. Ibogaine can be dangerous if used alone, especially without comprehensive assessments. Here are just a few of the tools we use. Brief Psychiatric Rating Scale, Opiate Withdrawal Scale, Addictions Neuroclinical Assessment and other Cardiovascular Disease Risk Assessment tools.

How many people do you treat during a session?

We only treat up to 2 guests at the time (we never dose patients on the same day), each of them in separate individual treatment rooms with their own tailored program We always monitor and guide you throughout the treatment, to make sure you get all the care and attention you need. We do it in a gentle way so you are not disturbed in your process.

What if I am afraid of having a bad trip?

Feeling a little of anxiety is absolutely normal since ibogaine treatment may be a completely new experience for you and you know the experience is going to be a powerful one. We will help you to prepare for the treatment from a physical, mental and emotional perspective. We will also explain how to deal with the emotions during and after the treatment so they don’t become overwhelming. We always monitor you throughout the treatment so you can get all the support and help you need. You will never be left alone to wonder what is next, we are here for you and with you.

Do you have trained medical staff??

Yes, we cut no corners in this area. Your treatment team is made up of 1 cardiologist, 2 primary care physician, 2 critical care nurses, 1 clinical psychologist and 1 plant medicine practitioner. We have all our own Advanced Life Support medical equipment and we are fully prepared to handle any medical emergency.

How should I prepare myself for treatment?

Physically you need to prepare your body with a light diet for two weeks prior to your treatment. The right mental attitude is very important too; you need to set your intensions for the treatment. We will help you and advise you on how to prepare yourself. There might be some more specific additional preparations, particularly for the patient who is on methadone. We will make sure that you are well prepared and aware each step in the process.

What I should bring with me?

You should bring your medical results. Also bring light, comfortable clothing. Bring a bathing suit so you can sit in hot tub, swim, sauna and steam room. Do not bring laptops, tablets or the like. We will ask you to give up your cell phone while you are, but of course you can speak to family if you need to. You should NOT under any circumstances bring any opiates or drugs unless in special cases prescribed by your medical doctor. We will not allow you to become dopesick and our doctors will medicate you to ensure you are not in withdrawal.

How do I get there?

We are based in the beach front community of Rosarito, right on the Pacific Ocean in the northern region of Baja California – Mexico. It's easy to reach us as there are plenty of low cost flights to Tijuana or San Diego each day. We will pick you up from the Tijuana Airport or the Tijuana Border or anywhere within 50km radius of Rosarito. We will return you to the same areas. For security purposes and for your anonymity we do not disclose the exact address to you. We take your privacy seriously and leaking our location could lead to paparazzi and other issues.

In which languages do you operate?

We speak fluently English, Hebrew, Yiddish and Spanish.

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