Ibogaine for opiate addiction and other drug addictions


Wednesday Oct. 12

7 pm

Bush St. Wellness Center

5336 SE Bush Street, Portland, OR

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Rocky and Asha Caravelli began treating people with ibogaine for addiction at their clinic Awakening in the Dream in Mexico in 2006.

Ibogaine is derived from an African root bark and has been used for thousands of years for spiritual development and as a rite of passage into adulthood.

In the west, ibogaine is best known as a treatment to stop opiate withdrawal, a disCovery made in the late 1960s. Since then, research and thousands of case studies demonstrate Ibogaine is an effective addiction interrupter for most substances, including heroin, methadone, methamphetamine, cocaine, alcohol, and nicotine.

Ibogaine alleviates physical withdrawal symptoms of opiate detoxification by resetting and refreshing the opiate receptor sites. How this is done is still not fully understood; no other known substance has shown this method of action. Once this process is complete, no further use of Ibogaine is necessary. Unlike methadone or suboxone, Ibogaine is non-addictive and doesn’t need to be taken on a continuing basis.

Ibogaine treats other chemical dependencies by cleansing the body of the drugs and resetting the brain’s neurochemistry. It appears and feels as if the memory of dependency is removed from the mind and body.

Opiate addiction affects millions of people and their loved ones. Come learn about this little understood but highly effective form of opiate addiction interrupter that has improved thousands of people’s lives.

Please remember to bring a cash donation to cover room rental and fund future PEERS events.

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•  Please bring a donation to cover room rental and future events.

• There are stairs to the meeting room and some of the seating is floor seating with back jacks. Chair seating is also available. If you will need help getting up and down the stairs, please let us know.

• The meeting room is NO SHOES. Leave your shoes outside the upstairs door to the meeting room.

• No food or beverages (water bottle ok).


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