Although there is much evidence to support Ibogaine therapy as a highly effective addiction interrupter, the final outcome will always depend on the heartfelt intent of the addict. In other words, the addict must seriously want to be free of his/her addiction, and must be willing to examine or re-visit the underlying emotional trauma which caused the addiction in the first place. Ibogaine will always facilitate this process but it requires total commitment on the part of the addict and those who are willing to support them through the process. More than one “full flood” treatment may be required to achieve this (over a number of months), and it may also be necessary to introduce a micro-dosing regimen, also over several months – it all depends on the individual’s personal needs.  With this in mind, it is important to note that it is never advisable to enter into this therapy simply because you want keep someone else happy. We are willing to assist wherever possible so feel free to e-mail us or to consult with us via a skype conference.

(ref: www.ibogainealliance.org).

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