Iboga Wellness Center – Costa Rica Psychedelic Retreats

Costa Rica
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Conditions Treated at Iboga Wellness Center:

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Substance & Non Substance Addictions
  • Mental Clarity and Cognitive Enhancement
  • Emotional Healing and Trauma Processing
  • Spiritual and Personal Growth / Peak Performance
  • Behavioral Change and Habit Interruption
  • Neuroplasticity, Brain Health & TBI injuries
  • Sleep Quality and Patterns

HealingMaps Says: The Iboga Wellness Center provides 5, 7, and 8-day ibogaine retreat options for people looking to heal from various physical and behavioural afflictions. Their retreats center around holistic health practices, and along with ibogaine ceremonies, people will also get to relax and rejuvenate on the serene and tropical island of Costa Rica. The retreats include healthy meals, wellness walks, and technology detox. The wellness retreat aims to provide a holistic whole body and mind healing experience through the use of ibogaine.

Patient/Testimonial: “I can’t think of anything they could do to make the experience any better. Levi and his team are very friendly, calm, peaceful, patient, welcoming and knowledgeable. The whole staff is amazing as well. I have nothing but positive things to say about the Iboga Wellness Center and would recommend everybody to go there for their Iboga experience. 10/10.” — Phil B., Google Reviews.

Are Female Practitioners Available? Yes.

Cost: Contact Iboga Wellness Center for pricing information.

Do They Accept Insurance? No.


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Angelica Bottaro is a medical writer and researcher with a rich background in psychology and journalism. She holds a bachelor's degree in Psychology from Trent University and an Advanced Diploma in Journalism from Centennial College. Angelica has been a freelance writer since 2014, amassing bylines in various platforms like Very Well Health, The Good Men Project, MakeWell, and LymeTime among others. Although primarily a freelance writer, her educational background and career trajectory have positioned her as a voice in mental health discourse, highlighting systemic issues in mental health care through her writing.

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