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Iboga Saves: Ending the Opioid Epidemic

197 people die every day from opioid overdose, an unnecessary catastrophe because there is a way to interrupt and end opioid addiction. It’s a medicine called IBOGA or Ibogaine that comes from the root bark of the IBOGA tree. Thousands of people have been freed from opioid addiction in a single dose with no withdrawal symptoms. IBOGA treatment is not an over-the-counter affair or a recreational drug. It’s a 12-36 hour journey that powerfully affects the body, mind, and spirit. It requires a therapeutic environment and someone to monitor heart-rate, nausea index, as well as the psychic well-being of the patient. A 3-6 month integration period and plan is recommended. Few people know about IBOGA because of its legal status, and we are in an epidemic. To remedy this, Lakshmi Narayan of Awake Media, and Eric Thiermann of Impact Creative have joined forces to create a film and media campaign called IBOGA SAVES consisting of a documentary, Iboga, Root to Liberation, a Phone App to Reschedule Ibogaine, a Blog Campaign, and an Iboga Directory.

Is Iboga Endangered?

In 2016, I attended the Global Ibogaine Therapy Alliance (GITA) conference in Tepoztlan, Mexico. I learned a lot about iboga, the “bois sacré” (sacred wood), a psychoactive plant used in traditional initiations and other indigenous practices in the west African...

Ibogaine User’s Guide

What is Ibogaine? Ibogaine is known as the “Addiction Interrupter.” It is the primary active alkaloid in the IBOGA tree, which is native to West Central Africa. It is a potent psychotropic substance with a long history of medicinal and ceremonial use. More recently it...

Excerpted from footage shot for our upcoming documentary IBOGA: ROOT TO LIBERATION.

Iboga is a plant medicine that can interrupt opioid addiction and eliminate cravings in a single dose.

IBOGA during an addiction epidemic could be like Penicillin during WW II... "American and British ingenuity together soon turned penicillin from an obscure research project into a mass-produced here-and-now means of saving lives."

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