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Conditions They Treat: Trauma and addiction.

HealingMaps Says: A small operation willing to ship iboga to people. Most iboga people say doing iboga on your own isn’t the absolutely safest way to go. IbogaSOS looks bare bones and fledgling.

Costs: Not listed.

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Patient Review/ Testimonial: “Two people I know have greatly benefitted from Ibogaine through Ibogasos.” Ingrid via Google

Facility Highlights: They don’t have a facility.

Do They Offer Iboga-Assisted Psychotherapy? No.

Are Female Practitioners Available? No.

Do they Accept Insurance? No.

Additional Info: 

For almost 60 years, iboga has been regarded as a potent treatment for those suffering from addiction and its related ailments. Ibogaine, a derivative of iboga, has shown remarkable success in curbing the needs of addiction.

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Founder Cory envisions a world where “Iboga will be known…as the plant that changed the definition of addiction forever”. This remarkable faith in the power of Iboga carries over into Cory’s practice. While Ibogaine is a powerful tool in combating addiction, much of the Iboga experience is lost without the spiritual aspects.


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  • Charles Tremblay
    September 25, 2023 at 10:11 pm

    Seeking info on Opiate addiction and detox with Ibogaine

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  • Mo Elahi
    June 7, 2023 at 9:46 pm

    I would like to explore Ibogaine treatment for my daughter. Would you please get back to me to discuss the matter further. Thanks in advance for your help and time

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Reilly Capps is the editorial director of HealingMaps. He has written about psychedelics for Rooster Magazine, The Washington Post, The Telluride Daily Planet, LucidNews, 5280, Chacruna, The Third Wave, and the MAPS Bulletin. A licensed EMT, he used to answer 911 calls on the ambulance in Boulder, Colo., where he learned how drugs affect a community. Read all his work at and follow him on Twitter @reillycapps

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