How To Unhitch from Opiates Using Ibogaine Therapy

January 16, 2017
January 16, 2017 Garyth

How To Unhitch from Opiates Using Ibogaine Therapy


The scariest and hardest part for addicts is quitting opiates. The severe pain of withdrawal is enough to keep an addict in the throws of their addiction forever.  It keeps people tied to taking opiates for fear of all the symptoms that can happen.  There is something though that can help take someone from point A to B with less pain and minimal withdrawal symptoms. Ibogaine allows someone to “unhitch” from opiate use, with less pain than the traditional methods of a long, drawn out detox program.  This hallucinogenic jump starts an addict’s rehabilitation like nothing else, allowing for a head start into recovery by taking away withdrawal symptoms and pain associated with kicking dope. Within 7 days of taking Ibogaine, the receptors in the body have been erased clean, free of opiates and full of Ibogaine.

The withdrawal symptoms alone are often painful enough, that people relapse right back into using but by taking Ibogaine, it acts as the “unhitching” tool for getting off opiates by allowing for a pain free withdrawal and resets the mind’s hormone balance to zero.  As well, the insight gained from taking the Ibogaine journey provides the individual with important clues as to why the abuse began with opiates in the first place. Taking Ibogaine can bring up intense psychological upheaval while under the influence.

Being able to fast forward light years through your rehabilitation with the help of Ibogaine is often the missing link for many people.  Allowing you to “unhitch” from the addiction of opiates puts you one step closer to living a life free from the addiction.


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Garyth Moxey is a middle aged, well travelled Brit with personal first hand knowledge of the destructive path of addiction and of the redemption to be found with plant spirit medicines such as Ibogaine. Having had his life turned around in 2000 by entheogens, he has strived to help facilitate that growth in others who sincerely seek it, is now dedicated to working with those who truly seek positive change and transformation in their lives.

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