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What Exactly Is Ibogaine, and How Successful Is It for the Treatment of Opiate Addiction?

Question by Connie D: What exactly is Ibogaine, and how successful is it for the treatment of opiate addiction?
I was told of a new medication to help overcome an opiate addiction, unfortunately I haven’t been able to find out much about it. I believe that it is only available at a treatment facility located in New Mexico…so, it really makes me wonder if it’s even a legitimate treatment approved by the FDA. I also wonder if there have been many studies done on it, and what the statistics are concerning its rate of success.

Best answer:

Answer by D.D.
It is illegal in the usa, classified as a type 1 substance , since the 1967 when it was used as a psychedelic.
It is used successfully to break drug ,heroin, opiate ,etc addictions but not used in the usa.
It is used in canada,and Mexico, but not new mexico.
If you do a simple search on yahoo search bar , Ibogaine , a lot comes up

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Coalition leader: Some Midlanders don't want to admit extent of youth drug

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The event also presented stories of success, including a new “evidence-based” substance abuse treatment program called Recovering Youth Futures. “I am thrilled with the results we've been seeing,” said Probate Judge Dorene Allen. Two young people told …
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LAROUCHE WEBCAST Why Obama Must Be Removed from Office Immediately

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So therefore, it's important that he be removed from office, or remove himself from office, perhaps by the aid of his Vice President, who probably is standing by, and is perhaps capable of dealing with this problem. I would suggest that that is the …
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Thousands of Dangerous Erection Cases Seen in ERs Each Year, Study Finds

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It's not clear how many of an estimated 10,000 cases annually are due to a side effect of Viagra and similar impotence drugs, but urologists say they've seen very few men suffering from the infamous four-hour-plus erections that TV ads warn about …
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Heroin bigger than you think

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Drug Court, Judge Bartlett explained, started 11 years ago as a way to find a balance between jailing addicts and helping them find the treatment and skills they need to recover. About 50 addicts have gone through the 18-month program, which includes …
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