Patients receiving an ibogaine treatment at my Ibogaine Clinic DON’T need to get on short-acting opiates before.
November 14, 2017
The Ibogaine Clinic’s Executive Program Director David Dardashti leverages ibogaine treatment for Suboxone addiction without having to get on short-acting opiates such as Dilaudid. For over 8 years now, David Dardashti has been treating patients for drug addiction and alcoholism, in a peaceful and affluent community just one hour from Cancun International Airport, Mexico.
Thanks to ibogaine, a natural substance derived from West African Tabernanthe iboga plant, David Dardashti is able to treat patients addicted to cocaine and heroin as well as prescribed opioids such as Hydrocodone, OxyContin, Methadone and many more. “When Suboxone users call for details about receiving an ibogaine opioid detox, they always ask about short-acting opiates. I guess, they’re told by less experienced ibogaine rehab facilities that they need to get on more drugs for months before getting treatment. That’s absurd,” says David Dardashti.
It’s no surprise that the U.S. is in a full-fledged opioid epidemic these days, killing over 100 people every day according to the Washington Post. In fact, President Trump has just declared the opioid crisis as a public health emergency, calling it “the worst drug crisis in American history.” This year alone, deadly drug overdoses amounted to 64,070 according to the National Center for Health Statistics.
Methadone has killed over 20,000 people in 2017 alone. Along with Suboxone and Subutex, Methadone is being used in treating drug addiction, leveraging it as medication-assisted treatments because addicts can’t quit cold-turkey. The opioid’s horrible withdrawal symptoms include muscle aches, depression, anxiety,…