Ibogaine comes from the Iboga plant which is native to Gabon. Gabon is an African nation with a wonderfully rich history. There, Iboga has been utilized for millennia in sacred ritual. Ibogaine's usefulness in detoxification from opiates was discovered in New York City in 1962 by Howard Lotsof. Ibogaine has unique properties that are still little understood by modern science. What is known is that Ibogaine effectively mitigates the symptoms of acute opiate withdrawal.
If you struggle with addiction to opiates and are looking to stop, but fear the grueling process of acute opiate withdrawal, Ibogaine may be the right choice for you. Ibogaine is not a silver bullet, the patients who achieve the best outcomes are the ones who exert genuine effort to reconstitute their lives in healthier ways upon completion of Ibogaine treatment.
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The Hero's Journey is at the root of all great stories. To help you get back on your feet,
you need to become the hero of your own story. Coming to Mexico for Ibogaine treatment is a
journey. You have taken the first step by coming to this website, but there will be many more
steps along the way.
"The hero's journey, is the common template of a broad category of tales and lore that involves a hero who goes on an adventure, and in a decisive crisis wins a victory, and then comes home changed or transformed."
At Baja Ibogaine, we believe that a numinous experience, induced via a flood dose of Ibogaine can help you complete your own Hero's Journey. We believe this because we've seen it happen in ourselves and in the hundreds of patients we have successfully worked with over the years.
Ibogaine eliminates or greatly reduces the typical symptoms of acute opiate withdrawal. This has been obvserved in Ibogaine clinics worldwide. But don't take our word for it, the effect has been observed in mice across many clinical studies documented by the National Institutes of Health.
 - NIH | Effects of ibogaine on acute signs of morphine withdrawal in rats: independence from tremor.
 - NIH | Effect of ibogaine on naloxone-precipitated withdrawal syndrome in chronic morphine-dependent rats.
 - NIH | Oral noribogaine shows high brain uptake and anti-withdrawal effects not associated with place preference in rodents.