Drug expert, Barry Cooper, explains Ibogaine is the best addiction treatment and why it's illegal
The Barry Cooper Scientific School of Ayahuasca and Ibogaine
In 2105, over 50,000 Americans died from drug overdoses? 40,105 of the deaths were contributed to opiates.
- 12,989 deaths: heroin
- 9,580 deaths: synthetic opioids, including illicit fentanyl
- 17,536 deaths: painkillers like Oxycontin and Vicodin
This means Meth, Cocaine, and non-opiate pharmaceuticals were responsible for 10,000 deaths. Every addict wants a way out, but it seems out of reach, or not worth it. The consequences of both quitting and continuing are excruciating. Withdrawal symptoms have been described as having the flu times ten. When things are at their word can be fatal.
Ibogaine is the only medication credited with blocking the withdrawals and cravings. During rapid detox with Ibogaine, patients experience little or no withdrawal symptoms. I have personally seen opiate addicts cured of all cravings in one night after being dosed with Ibogaine.
Taking Ibogaine can be enjoyable but many consider the experience uncomfortable but enlightening. Ibogaine is not a drug people will use recreationally so the potential for abuse is slim to none. Why is it illegal in the United States? Watch this video and learn why Ibogaine is illegal in the United States: