The Barry Cooper Scientific School of Ibogaine Series Part 1

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The Barry Cooper Scientific School of Ibogaine Series Part 1


By Barry Cooper/ World Famous Drug Expert and Addiction Specialist

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What Is Ibogaine?

Ibogaine is unjustifiably illegal in the United States but is 100 percent legal in Mexico, Peru, Brazil, and other Latin American countries. Ibogaine is an alkaloid of the root bark of the African shrub Tabernanthe iboga. It has been used for thousands of years for spiritual development and is a leading medicine in enlightened circles for treating addictions, depression, alcohol craving, and PTSD. Ibogaine rapidly cleanses the body of drugs and physically resets the brain’s neuron chemistry receptors (pleasure centers) to a pre-addicted state. Ibogaine is famous for its unique ability to completely free the consumer from the distraction of cravings. During this time, addicts can focus on and treat the psychological causes of their addiction.

Ibogaine is one of the leading medicines for treating addictions, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and erectile dysfunction. Ibogaine eliminates the craving for methamphetamine, heroin, cocaine, alcohol, and opiate replacers like methadone, Subutex, and Suboxone.

Ibogaine is a medical alkaloid. Alkaloids are organic substances found in plants. They are usually bitter and characterized by powerful physiologic (healthy and appropriate) activity. Examples of other alkaloids are nicotine, caffeine, morphine, cocaine, and ephedrine.

Ibogaine comes from the root bark of the iboga bush. The iboga bush is common to the hot and humid regions of Africa. It is scientifically classified as an “entheogen.” Entheogens are chemical substances taken from plants that are ingested to produce a non-ordinary state of consciousness for religious or spiritual purposes.

Because of its entheogen properties, Ibogaine was made illegal in the U.S. during the great drug purges of the late 1960s. Despite a growing body of research documenting its effectiveness in treating addiction, all legal research with ibogaine was suspended in the U.S. for four decades. During this time, America’s opiate, methamphetamine, and alcohol addictions, both legally prescribed and dealer supplied, surged from the East Coast to the West Coast like a tsunami.

  • Ibogaine is also known as “iboga” and “holy wood”
  • Ibogaine is effective in treating opiate, cocaine, methamphetamine, nicotine, and alcohol addictions and cravings.
  • Ibogaine is a powerful tool for healing depression, anxiety,  PTSD, and erectile dysfunction.
  • Ibogaine is falsely considered by some to be the most powerful psychedelic known to mankind. Ayahuasca, LSD, mushrooms, and DMT provide users a much more powerful psychedelic experience. In fact, experienced “trippers” consider ibogaine a mild psychedelic.
  • Ibogaine is the only medication credited with blocking grueling and often fatal drug withdrawals. During rapid detox with ibogaine, patients experience little or no withdrawal symptoms.
  • Ibogaine is administered orally in a pill or a liquid.


How Ibogaine Works

Ibogaine alleviates physical drug withdrawal symptoms and cravings by resetting and refreshing the drug receptor sites. No other known substance has shown this method of action. Unlike methadone or Suboxone, which lead to chemical dependency, Ibogaine is non-addictive and doesn’t need to be taken on a continuing basis.

Ibogaine treats other chemical dependencies and addresses cravings by cleansing the body of the drugs and resetting the brain’s neuron chemistry. The liver converts ibogaine to nor-ibogaine, and stores it in the fat cells of the body. The nor-ibogaine is then slowly released into the body for several months. Ibogaine quickly works to rebalance the brain chemistry and level out dopamine, serotonin, endorphins, and adrenaline to a pre-addicted state. This helps the individual feel better much more quickly compared to quitting a substance cold turkey. We have found that pharmaceutical drugs take longer to recover from than street drugs. The change in craving and chemical dependency occurs rapidly, but ibogaine therapy is most effective when combined with a healthy lifestyle.

Ibogaine also works well for stimulant addiction and sexual addiction associated with the use of stimulants. Sexual expression is often a common motivator for wanting to use in the first place.

The storage of ibogaine in the fat cells of the body is the true healer; it curbs the cravings and takes away thoughts of using. It can take from 72 to 96 hours post-treatment for these effects to be experienced. Ibogaine has a documented antidepressive effect that establishes a state of well-being, free from negative thought patterns.[/vc_column_text][vc_btn title=”Book Your Trip To Wellness Directly With Barry Cooper” style=”custom” custom_background=”#5c0091″ custom_text=”#ffffff” size=”lg” align=”center” link=”|||” button_block=”true”][/vc_column][/vc_row]