BREAK FREE FROM ADDICTION
#1 IBOGAINE TREATMENT IN GABON TO RECLAIM YOUR LIFE

Our comprehensive two-month program addresses the root causes of addiction since 1990.

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Detox Your Body Without Withdrawal

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Opiates (heroin, prescription opioids), stimulants (cocaine, methamphetamine), alcohol, nicotine, cannabis, and benzodiazepines.

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Comprehensive Support of 20+ Staff Members Throughout Detox

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Break Free from Addiction: 2-Month Ibogaine TREATMENT in gabon to Reclaim Your Life

Register now to receive full details and secure your place in our exclusive 2-Month Ibogaine Treatment in Gabon.

Included in your retreat

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Comprehensive Health Screening by 

Our Medical Team in California, USA

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Ibogaine Full Body Detox

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Regressive Therapy with Iboga (Multiple Sessions) 

To Tackle the Root Cause

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Lodging in a Bwiti Village

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Delicious & Nourishing Meals

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Additional Herbal Healings As Needed

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Transportation To and From Village

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Traditional Spiritual Shower

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Traditional Sauna

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One to One Counseling with Moughenda

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Aftercare session under request

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Natural Treatment

Iboga is the most effective natural treatments available for detoxing addictive substances

Stanford Medicine. reviews highlight its potential to reduce drug cravings and prevent relapse by resetting disrupted brain reward pathways involving serotonin and dopamine receptors.Studies show ibogaine, a psychoactive substance, significantly improves conditions like PTSD, anxiety, and depression

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Full body detox with Herbal Healing, Ibogaine and Pygmy Rituals

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Regressive Therapy with Iboga

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An international team of neuroscientists and medical professionals collaborates with traditional Bwiti healers.

Since 1990

What makes our treatment your best opportunity to break free?

Moughenda, a 10th generation Bwiti Shaman from Gabon, has been working with addiction since 1990 in the USA and Costa Rica. He opened the world's first Iboga Treatment Center and has helped thousands of people break free from addiction.

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Discover the 60-day ultimate detox program, which harnesses the physical detox benefits of Ibogaine to effectively cleanse the body without withdrawal.

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Experience profound emotional and spiritual healing through traditional Bwiti Missoko ceremonies using Iboga, ensuring a comprehensive and holistic recovery.

Location

2-montH ibogaine treatment in the Heart of Ancestral Gabon Jungle

Embrace the Bwiti Tradition for profound personal transformation and freedom from addictions. Guided by a 10th generation Bwiti Shaman, our Ibogaine Treatment Center offers deep self-discovery and renewal. Experience clarity, self-realization, and an awakened purpose. Transform your life with a newfound sense of identity and direction.

IBOGA Plant Medicine

The origin of Ibogaine

The origin of Ibogaine: Originating from Gabon, the Iboga tree has been recognized as a National Treasure of Gabon since 2000. It plays a crucial role in the Bwiti spiritual tradition. Within Bwiti practices, traditional practitioners provide essential supervision, guiding participants through transformative experiences with Iboga during deep meditative states, utilizing regressive therapy. Ibogaine is one of many alkaloids present in the Iboga plant.

WHY it works ?

Your path to healing culminates here: with a singular opportunity to wholly heal, unearth the answers you've been seeking, and metamorphose your life from within.

phase 1 : Full body mind detox on ibogaine

Healing on the physical level

Ibogaine helps detoxify the body from addictions through various mechanisms. By utilizing these processes, Iboga/Ibogaine offers a comprehensive approach to addiction detox, supporting both physical and neurological recovery.

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Receptor Modulation: Ibogaine interacts with various neurotransmitter systems, particularly the NMDA (N-Methyl-D-Aspartate) receptor, the opioid receptors (mu, delta, and kappa), and the serotonin transporter. This interaction helps to reset the brain's chemistry by reducing cravings and withdrawal symptoms associated with addiction.

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Neuroplasticity Enhancement: Ibogaine promotes neuroplasticity, the brain's ability to reorganize and form new neural connections. This process is crucial for breaking old addictive patterns and establishing new, healthier habits. It involves the upregulation of brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) and other neurotrophic factors that support neuron growth and survival.

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Dopaminergic System Regulation: Ibogaine modulates the dopaminergic system, which is often dysregulated in individuals with addiction. By normalizing dopamine levels, Ibogaine helps reduce the reward response associated with addictive substances, thereby decreasing the urge to use them.

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Metabolic Detoxification: Ibogaine undergoes hepatic metabolism, where it is converted into noribogaine, an active metabolite that continues to exert anti-addictive effects. Noribogaine helps to sustain the detoxification process by maintaining receptor modulation and supporting neuroplastic changes over an extended period.

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Reduction of Withdrawal Symptoms: Ibogaine's action on the opioid receptors, particularly the kappa opioid receptor, helps to alleviate acute withdrawal symptoms. This makes the detoxification process more manageable and less physically taxing on the individual.

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Anti-inflammatory Effects: Ibogaine has been shown to exhibit anti-inflammatory properties, which can help reduce systemic inflammation often associated with chronic substance abuse. Lowering inflammation aids in the overall recovery and healing process of the body.

phase 2 : regressive therapy on iboga : heal the root cause

Journeying into the past /

Meet your inner child

Experience a scientifically-based addiction detox program that targets and fixes the root causes of addiction. Using the powerful effects of Ibogaine, participants access both conscious and subconscious memories. Combined with traditional Bwiti ceremonies and herbal healing, this regressive journey helps individuals reconnect with their childhood to uncover authentic answers and promote comprehensive healing.

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Life review and heal past traumas

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Meet your inner child and find guidance

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Reconnect with Your Soul / Cultivate Self-Love Awareness

Emotional healing

Meet Your ancestors

Participants also gain the ability to connect with ancestors and loved ones, both past and present. Similar to the journey depicted in the Marvel movie "Black Panther" with the heart-shaped herb, this experience fosters an understanding of the preciousness of life, gratitude for the lineage that has persevered through centuries, and a sense of responsibility for carrying on the legacy.

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Facilitate Grief with Ancestral Guidance

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Connect with your ancestors and gather their wisdom.

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Explore Intergenerational Connections

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Bridge Past and Present Through Ancestral Bonds

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Commemorate Heritage and Legacy

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Obtain advice on pursuing spiritual growth

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Seek wisdom on overcoming challenges and setbacks.

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Receive guidance on leaving a meaningful legacy.

Iboga ceremony 3 : Spiritual healing

Journey to the Future /
Meet Your best Future Self

Explore the future and connect with your best version 10 years from now. Receive valuable advice on achieving your most important goals and obtain a personalized action plan.

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Explore the possibilities of your future self.

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Identify your life's purpose and mission.

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Seek guidance on building fulfilling relationships.

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Receive clarity on your financial goals and strategies.

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Delve into strategies for personal growth and development.

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Tap into your future self's insights on health and wellness.

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Develop strategies for achieving work-life balance.

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Obtain advice on pursuing passions and hobbies.

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Seek wisdom on overcoming challenges and setbacks.

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Receive guidance on leaving a meaningful legacy.

Frequently asked questions

Everything you need to know

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Is Gabon a safe place to travel to?

Gabon, known as the "Switzerland of West Africa" due to its wealth in oil, minerals, and woods, boasts a high GDP and a small population of 2 million. This prosperity is reflected in its safety, as indicated by its ranking in the 2023 Global Peace Index, just after Thailand and before Georgia.During your visit to Gabon, you'll be in the safe hands of Moughenda's team, with a 30-year track record of guest safety. Upon arrival, authorities will be aware of your intention to respectfully explore Gabon's treasures, aligning with the government's tourism promotion efforts.

Is Iboga Safe?

Iboga is safe when used responsibly under the guidance of a traditionally trained provider or shaman, following a comprehensive health assessment, EKG, and medication review. However, it's important to note its contraindications; individuals with cardiovascular or liver diseases, or those on certain medications or narcotics, may face serious risks.Additionally, the authenticity of Iboga is crucial. The market is rife with counterfeit products, including lab-grown Iboga that is too young for use and can cause significant harm. Therefore, verifying the source of Iboga is essential for safety.For those seeking Iboga for drug or alcohol detox, working with a Bwiti shaman experienced in its traditional use, like Moughenda, is key to ensuring a safe and effective detox process. Transparency about your health and medication history is vital for safety.

Is Iboga Legal?

The legal status of Iboga varies significantly around the world. In Gabon, Iboga is 100% legal, recognized as a national treasure and an integral part of cultural heritage, enshrined in the Gabonese constitution. This reflects its deep-rooted significance in traditional practices and ceremonies.However, the situation is different in many other countries, where Iboga is illegal. This is largely due to concerns about its misuse outside traditional contexts. Iboga is not a plant that should be purchased online and used at home, given its profound effects and potential risks. The misuse and disconnection from its ancient, ceremonial use, as practiced by groups like the Bwiti Missoko, have led to its illegal status in these regions.For those considering Iboga, particularly for drug or alcohol detox, it's crucial to consult with experienced traditional Healer/Shaman like Moughenda. Such experts are well-versed in its traditional uses and can ensure a safe and effective experience.

How does it feel to be on Iboga?

Iboga offers a unique experience that varies from person to person. At Moughenda's village, many describe it as being in a deep meditation, yet fully conscious and in control. It can be physically intense, heightening awareness.Distinct from other entheogens, Iboga, a root, is grounding. It fosters self-awareness and a deep connection to oneself and surroundings. Rather than an escape, Iboga encourages introspection. Reactions vary; some find peace and calm, while others experience a hyper-active mind. Its stimulant properties often keep people awake for 24 hours, allowing continuous conscious processing, without feeling tired. Sleep comes naturally afterward.

Will someone help me prepare for my trip and provide a packing list?

Absolutely! Once you book your retreat, we'll assign you a dedicated private concierge. They will guide you through the entire process, offering detailed preparation guidelines, informative packets, and comprehensive packing lists to ensure you're fully prepared for your experience.​

What's the difference between Iboga and Ibogaine?

Iboga, in its natural root bark form, is integral to traditional Bwiti Missoko ceremonies, offering a holistic approach to healing that encompasses physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual aspects. Under Moughenda's guidance, it's also used in medically supervised detox programs for drug/alcohol addiction, acknowledging its risks but leveraging its full therapeutic potential.In contrast, Ibogaine, an extract from the Iboga plant, is commonly used in detox clinics outside Gabon. While it's effective in binding to opiate receptors and aiding detoxification, Ibogaine lacks the comprehensive 'Spirit' of Iboga. This often results in a superficial treatment, leading to a pattern where clients may repeatedly return to clinics for additional treatments.

What's the difference between Ayahuasca and Iboga?

Iboga and Ayahuasca are akin to comparing day and night. Often, individuals turn to Iboga after experiencing multiple retreats with Ayahuasca, feeling a sense of being 'lost in translation.' Iboga excels in helping people recover from traumatic experiences, offering grounding and definitive healing. Unlike the ongoing journey that Ayahuasca might represent, Bwiti's aim with Iboga is not to perpetuate an endless quest but to facilitate self-discovery, allowing individuals to truly understand themselves and enjoy life in a sober state.

Is Iboga for me?

Very few people have heard of Iboga.  If you are thinking of Iboga, or feel an intuitive pull towards it, then likely the plant has something important to offer you. Full precautions must always be taken with a health assessment, EKG & medications review, and under the care of a traditionally trained Provider or Shaman, in a safe and appropriate environment.

Will I feel nauseous/vomit on Iboga?

Some people do, and some people don’t.  Everyone is different. We would estimate about 35% of people feel nauseous or vomit during ceremony. If you vomit during your ceremony, there is nothing to worry about. Vomiting is a natural way to help you physically, emotionally and spiritually purge, detox, and cleanse. Still, no one likes to vomit. The Bwiti House team is experienced and prepared to help people through this process as comfortably and effectively as possible.

Is there a special diet required before taking Iboga?

There is no strict diet required to prepare for Iboga.  However, following a clean and healthy diet as much as possible leading up to your retreat can reduce purging during your ceremony.  If your body is mostly clean and detoxed going in to ceremony, the medicine can more quickly get to the spiritual, emotional, and mental work with you.

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Admission Process

Application to the Ibogaine Treatment Center are accepted on a rolling basis. Each cohort includes a maximum of 5 applicants, meticulously selected.

Documents you need to complete your application

Here is the preliminary list of documents you need to provide during the application process:

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  • EKG & Liver Function Tests

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The Ibogaine Treatment Center is part of Bwiti House Network, dedicated to elevating the respect and recognition of the Bwiti Missoko tradition and the cultural heritage of Gabon worldwide. Endorsed by the Minister of Tourism of Gabon, this endorsement is a testament to our commitment.