Located in Rosarito Beach, Mexico, Ibogaine Treatment at Casa Santa Isabel Mexico helps issues like opiate dependency, alcohol abuse and other addictive behaviors. The clinic relies on a holistic approach to healing, using proven alternative therapies for success.

A fully licensed ibogaine clinic, patients at Casa Santa Isabel Mexico reside in a luxurious retreat-like setting. This provides ensured safety and well-being. With the experienced staff assisting patients through their entire healing journey, Ibogaine Treatment at Casa Santa Isabel Mexico offers a first-class method to overcoming struggles.

More people are choosing alternative medicines for medical treatment, including the use of psychedelics for depression and other mental health issues. However, self-medicating with psychedelics has its warnings, so always discuss options with trained professionals.

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1.4 out of 5.0
Service 1.0
Value for Money 1.0
Location 1.5
Cleanliness 2.0
  • KM
    January 10, 2024 at 3:19 am

    This place was terrible and ripped us off. They keep you stuck in a room sleeping for 4 to 7 days and dose you for medicine you don’t need or want. My bf got very sick on them prescribing medicine he didn’t need and was sick from. We left after 2 days out 23k.

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  • Jeremy
    April 18, 2023 at 10:11 pm

    STAY AWAY!! my husband went to this clinic in hopes to get clean but unfortunately this did not happen. Where do I start? This place is full of people who lie and are just out to get money. My husband wanted to go get CBD gummy‘s which they took him to get the day before, so he left. Lou, who runs the clinic, ended up kicking him out when he returned. He said that he left to go get high, but this was not the case. He came back to cops, waiting on him, who took him back to the border with no means of getting back home so he was stranded at the border for two days. He ended up losing Contact with him. He went to buy a cheap cricket phone in the meantime, and when I talk to Lou, he kept saying he didn’t lose his phone. He’s calling me, but it was on his new phone. Lou automatically thought he was up to no good, which was not the case. he left some personal items there but we never saw those again and they claimed that he did it. We tried to contact the owner Chris about what was going on but never heard back from him. We paid over $4000 for him to go here and he didn’t get the treatment done and they will not give us any of the money back. Lou claimed that he broke windows and doors but when I spoke to him the second time, he said he didn’t. he told me that patients were not allowed to leave, but there was an attorney general staying there, who stole the nurses car keys and tried to leave, but they let her back in.
    STAY AWAY from this place. They stole our money and lied to us.

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  • Alice Seddon
    February 2, 2023 at 3:07 am

    What’s the price?

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