Experience Ibogaine Treatment Centers in Mexico is Offering $10,000 of Grant Money for Treatment in December – ExperienceIbogaine.com

Experience Ibogaine treatment center in Mexico is offering $10,000 in grant money towards treatment for patients who qualify during the month of December.

San Diego, CA, United States - December 7, 2017 /MarketersMedia/ —

Experience Ibogaine, the world's leading Ibogaine treatment center, is offering $10,000 worth of grant money to qualifying patients towards Ibogaine therapy services for the month of December, 2017.

Patients who qualify will receive up to $1,000 towards the cost of their Ibogaine treatment program at Experience Ibogaine clinic.

What is Ibogaine? Ibogaine is a powerful psychoactive drug. It is the primary alkaloid extracted from the Iboga root bark of the Tabernanthe Iboga shrub found in West Africa.

Ibogaine, in the form of Iboga, has been used by tribes in Africa for healing and spiritual connection for centuries. However, in the 1960s, pure Ibogaine HCL was discovered to interrupt strong addictions-especially opiate and heroin addictions-because of the way it can reset neurotransmitters in the brain and increase natural brain activity.

How does Ibogaine work in the brain? During the 8-12 hour Ibogaine experience, opiate receptors are targeted and the addict is able to overcome 80-100% of withdrawal symptoms in a matter of hours. This gives many addicts a major head start in their drug treatment.

Many addicts, although not all, also go through an intense psychedelic experience where they are often put face to face with past trauma and decisions they have made in their lives. This often helps them find new meaning and acceptance that can be very beneficial for overall drug recovery.

Is Ibogaine Safe? With proper prescreening and medical testing, negative reactions from Ibogaine have been drastically reduced. A clinic with a competent, well-trained medical staff, using modern medical facilities, further decreases this risk.

Drug overdose deaths in the United States reached 60,000 in 2016 with Methadone-a prescription treatment for opiate addiction-being one of the most deadly.

About Experience Ibogaine: Since its founding, Experience Ibogaine has helped thousands of patients suffering from heroin, opiate, and other strong addictions find freedom and sobriety through Ibogaine treatment.

With some of the most knowledgeable staff, and over 50 years of combined Ibogaine treatment experience, the Experience Ibogaine clinic has quickly become the go to Ibogaine treatment center for those struggling with addiction.

Their honest and upfront approach to educating addicts and their families has been a staple since their foundation. And, with an affordable pricing structure, Experience has been able to safely help many addicts and families get their life back on track.

Experience Ibogaine wants to help those who are struggling. The nationwide opioid epidemic is hurting individuals and families. With the low rate of success of traditional rehab options, many are looking for alternative ways to treat their addictions through holistic methods.

How to qualify: Those who qualify will receive $1,000 towards the cost of their Ibogaine treatment program at Experience Ibogaine treatment centers in Mexico. To find out if you qualify, call Experience Ibogaine at 1-800-644-8482 or fill out a contact request at https://ExperienceIbogaine.com/

Contact Info:
Name: Aeden Smith-Ahearn, Coordinator
Email: aeden@experienceibogaine.com
Organization: Experience Ibogaine
Phone: 1-800-644-8482

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