Drug Addiction can end with IBOGAINE

The Drug that Rehabs Drug Addiction,

including Heroin and Cocaine,

in 48 Hours,

Without Withdrawal Symptoms


30X30-white-spacerIMPORTANT: Ibogaine is illegal in the USA and Belgium. Do not take it in these countries. This article is for information purposes only, to educate people to the advantages of this drug, in the hope that it will one day be legal in the USA, and end drug addiction and reduce crime.

EDITOR’S NOTE: I want to make it very clear that taking any drugs for any reason, especially for “instant enlightenment” is a very bad idea. However, if someone is addicted to drugs, then maybe Ibogaine is the lesser of two evils, under medical supervision. But it should not be taken by non drug-users out of curiosity!



We all know that drugs are causing an untold cost to society and to personal lives, in ruined lives, family breakdowns, escalating crime, bursting prisons and human misery – the opposite of what we should be growing towards. In order for us to have heaven on earth, drug addiction must go so that we can improve the vibrations on earth.

However, what most of us haven’t been told is that there exists a drug which has successfully helped people to give up many kinds of addictions, including heroin and Cocaine, within 48 hours and without withdrawal symptoms.

The drug is Ibogaine, also sometimes called Iboga. Ibogaine is an alkaloid derived from the root of the African plant tabernanthe iboga. It is a hallucinogenic substance used in the initiation ceremonies of the Gabonese Bwiti society. It is illegal in the USA and Belgium.

According to Eric Taub, there are 140 million drug addicts in the world. Imagine what healing these people could do to the spirituality of earth!

Not only does Ibogaine help a person, who wants to give up drugs, to do so without withdrawal symptoms, but it seems to act by giving the person an intensive 30 or so hours of ‘therapy’. It has been reported that the person gets to identify and remove the emotional reasons why they took to drugs in the first place. With the reason for taking drugs gone, the desire to take drugs again also goes. Some people who have taken Ibogaine reported an increased feeling of responsibility for their life. One can’t make generalizations about the drug, however, as different people have different experiences. And it doesn’t work for everyone.

Here is an excerpt from an article by Simon Witter which appeared in the London Times:

“The three main players in the world of human ibogaine treatment are Howard Lotsof, Dr Deborah Mash and Eric Taub. Lotsof, the man responsible for the new interest in ibogaine, occasionally treats people in a 7-day hospital programme in Panama at a cost varying from $8,000- $20,000, while University of Miami neuro-pathologist Dr Deborah Mash has established a competing 14-day programme in St Kitts ($10,000). Devout ibogaine advocate Eric Taub used to treat people on a boat in international waters. He now has clinics in Costa Rica and Italy ($2,200), and is the source of most satisfied experience reports.” …

“Ken Alper MD, assistant professor of psychiatry and neurology at New York University, has no problem with the spacier descriptions of the ibogaine experience: “I crossed the threshold of belief,” he says, “when I saw a young man go down to Panama on 70mg of methadone a day, and come back on nothing. And he was comfortable. Pharmacologically, I don’t know any other substance that can do that.” … (end of London Times quotes)

There is an excellent interview of the afore-mentioned Eric Taub at http://www.ibeginagain.org/interview.htm

To quote from this interview:

“This is a psychoactive that will never hit the streets because it’s not a recreational experience. It’s a profoundly arduous experience that takes a lot of courage and a lot of work to wade through.”

Interestingly, but not surprisingly, Taub (who operates clinics in Italy) first decided to run his clinics in Mexico. But this is what he had to say with that idea:

“Well, my next act was to see if I could find a port of entry in another country since it’s illegal in only two countries in the world, one being the United States and the other Belgium. I went to Mexico with idea of interesting some doctors who did become interested. They were going to be writing up a proposal to be presented to their medical college who would in turn write up a proposal to their FDA to see if I could then fly to Africa and bring a batch of plants in to be used for a pilot study in Mexico.

Well that was proceeding pretty successfully and after about 4 or 5 weeks I just happened to mention to these doctors that from what I understand ibogaine has about a seventy percent success rate in alleviating substance abuse of all kinds, even cross-addictions, from nicotine, to heroin, to alcohol, to cocaine and so on.

When they found out that was the case they were immediately taken aback and they said, “I’m sorry, we can’t help you because we need to be able to maintain a comfort zone around our family and friends, and if it had a much lesser success rate then maybe we would be more comfortable about helping you out, but we don’t really feel that we’re capable of jeopardizing ourselves and our families and threatening certain individuals, particularly drug lords that use our highways, to meander up to the United States.” And they suggested that I go to a more autonomous country, perhaps Costa Rica or another country in Central America, that wouldn’t be so close to the powers that be in the United States. …

They were afraid of the threat that this may ensue from drug lords that might feel threatened by having a clinic available in their area that could have such a profound effect on alleviating drug abuse, especially if it were to catch on and get the attention of the American government.”

Good therapy is something all ibogaine patients stress as being a vital component of treatment. “The long term successes of ibogaine have been compromised,” according to Ken Alper, “by the lack of a systematic plan before and after the experience. Ibogaine just buys you a window of time. It doesn’t substitute for therapy. It’s like a near death experience – white light, a torrent of information that allows you to review your life and unstring associations from their obsessions. But how you interpret that is crucial.”

Here is a warning from http://www.ibogaine.co.uk/index.htm:

“There is an inherent level of risk with ibogaine treatment. Several people are known to have died during treatment, and there may in truth be many more, given that ibogaine is frequently administered in surroundings where people may be reluctant to contact the authorities in the event of something going wrong. Despite much speculation, some of it from medical professionals, there is simply nowhere near enough data to draw any realistic conclusions as to why these deaths have occurred.

Taking too much of the drug; using stepped doses, (ie: half a gram followed by another later on); being excessively thin; or suffering from liver or heart problems have all been suggested as dangers. But the truth is – no-one really knows why people sometimes die when taking ibogaine. No deaths have occurred in clinical settings, as far as the writer is aware.”

Obviously, there needs to be a lot more study. This article is meant to alert people to the existence of Ibogaine, not to provide all the information necessary.

Further Information:


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MI6 and CIA: Lords of the Global Drug Trade

If you want to know the possible reasons as to why we are not told about this miracle drug, and why governments are not clamouring to promote this drug, read this:



Important warning to Drug Addict Therapists

There are dark forces that do not want your work to succeed. Learning about spiritual warfare may be essential to your success and safety, and maybe your life. For more information, please watch “Transformations”:

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