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Outpatient Ibogaine Detox


Few working professionals have the time or money to take 28 days off from work in order to receive treatment. Aside from the direct opportunity cost of lost income, they often lose their job from the extended absence or their business crumbles. Outpatient treatment allows you to detox without missing work in most cases.

24/7 Support

Our caring team of detox professionals are available 24/7 to assist if you require support throughout your outpatient detox. However, outpatient detox is usually done over a longer period of time then inpatient detox, which results in much less side effects and a gentler approach.

Ibogaine Detox

Ibogaine is the primary active ingredient from the Tabernanthe iboga plant from Africa.  Ibogaine is isolated from the purified extract of the roots of the Tabernanthe iboga.  Initially used as a used as a remedy for fatigue and depression, Ibogaine hydrochloride was first extracted by the French in the late 1800’s.   Ibogaine was first used for the treatment of opiate addiction in 1962.  

Ibogaine continues to be used as the primary chemical agent for the Ibogaine detox in the treatment of opiate dependence.

Ibogaine precipitates and accelerates the opiate withdrawal state while simultaneously inducing a hallucinogenic state that dissociates the treated individual from physical discomfort. Central nervous system toxicity can follow this procedure, which mitigates the otherwise obvious comfort benefits.  Ibogaine is banned in a number of countries and is not legally approved for clinical use in the United States.  The practice of Ibogaine detox for opiate dependence is regarded as questionable by many professionals, especially when so many other safe and effective options that are FDA approved are readily available.