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Alcohol ADDICTION Treatment

Although socially accepted and normalized around the world, alcohol is in fact one of the most challenging drugs to interrupt. Withdrawal from alcohol can be very dangerous and, in extreme circumstances, lead to a fatality.

Due to the nature of Ibogaine treatment, we require all those enrolling in the Modwell alcohol detox to stop drinking and detox alcohol at least a week before arrival.

Alcohol addiction has often been triggered by a personal trauma earlier in life. The psycho-emotional healing effected by iboga treatment allows the user to see more clearly, seize this opportunity for sober living and with ModWells’ holistic addiction services and aftercare support, move forward with a more positive life.

If the user has refrained from alcohol for the minimum period prior to arrival, they can enter a 7 day or preferably a two-week programme and take advantage of our wide range of holistic treatments and work closely with an addiction counsellor.

OUR TREATMENT PLANS TAKE NO LONGER THAN 7 DAYS

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Benzodiazepine ADDICTION Treatment

First, the bad news. Iboga and ibogaine have little or no efficacy against benzodiazepine addiction. Benzo addiction is caused by impairment in the gaba receptors: while one of iboga’s constituent alkaloids – the tabernanthine – antagonises the gaba receptor, the interaction is not sufficient to interrupt addiction. No one seriously considers iboga to be an addiction interrupting solution against benzo addiction.
The only way to effectively come off a benzo addiction is via tapering. There is some good information on tapering here.

However, if you are a poly substance user which includes benzos and another substance, we can effectively interrupt the other substance, while safely managing your benzo intake to ensure you don’t suffer withdrawals. We can then design a tapering program for you and arrange periodic reviews of your progress.

Cocaine, Methamphetamines & Stimulants ADDICTION Treatment

Cocaine (benzoylmethylecgonine) is a crystalline alkaloid obtained from the leaves of the coca plant. Cocaine is a powerful CNS (central nervous system) stimulant, whose effects last from between 15 minutes to roughly an hour.

Crack cocaine is cocaine in freebase form. Crack became popular, in large part, because it provided an immediate answer for those seeking a cheap, fast acting, ultra-potent high. Both cocaine and crack cocaine are powerful stimulants that provide a sense of a euphoric high, and crack use – or injecting cocaine — can elicit that feeling even faster than snorting powdered cocaine does.
Iboga is as effective in interrupting stimulant addiction as it is with opioids.  Our approach to cocaine/crack is to combat the aggressive nature of the addiction and its effects on the nervous system by a mixture of holistic treatments and iboga.

While the half-life of crack and cocaine is only a few days, the long-term effects of these stimulants on the nervous system is deep and long-lasting.  Users often find long-term use adversely affects their brain, heart, intestines, kidneys, even their sexual function.
Both Ibogaine and cocaine/crack cocaine are heart rate accelerators. Our medical procedure requires abstinence from stimulant use for 3 days prior to the treatment commencing. This restriction applies equally to methamphetamine, ephedra, Ritalin, Vyvanse, Adderal and other ADHD prescriptions. As part of a rigorous medical check, a urine test will be carried out on arrival at the retreat to ensure that a 72 hour break with stimulant use has been followed.

For a bright future, a new beginning, a return to your authentic playful self, ibogaine therapy is the way.

The highs resulting from methamphetamine use such as heightened energy levels, euphoria, racing blood pressure, talkativeness and irritability are all accompanied by an increased heart rate. Ibogaine decreases the heart rate so we ask meth users to stop taking the drug at least 3 days before arrival at ModWell Retreat. All other stimulants such as cocaine, crack, Ritalin, ephedra, Adderall, Vyvanse and other ADHD treatments must also be avoided.

Other effects of meth use include bowel loosening, nausea, sweating, violence, appetite suppression, increased body temperature and jaw clenching. With side effects such as these during use, we can easily imagine the severity of the withdrawal symptoms. Ibogaine can help bypass these.
It is believed that Ibogaine rebuilds the Methamphetamine destroyed synapse pathways. Once this takes effect, there is a sharp decline in the need to use the drug. There follows dissipation in the intensity of cravings for Methamphetamine.

Not all those treated by ibogaine will experience their cravings fading completely. It is important to be aware of the possibility that they may linger in some form. It is here that our holistic treatment programme will make a difference. Implemented by a strong support team, our aftercare plan means the road to a more positive future post-Ibogaine is not travelled alone.
We provide a withdrawal-free escape from Methamphetamine that brings clarity of thought – allowing you to map a route toward a fresh start. Seize the opportunity to return to ‘Go’ but this time taking all the right moves – with the ModWell team alongside you every step of the way.

OUR TREATMENT PLANS TAKE NO LONGER THAN 7 DAYS

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Heroin & Opiate Addiction Treatment

Heroin (diacetylmorphine or diamorphine) was first synthesized in 1874 as a product of Bayer A.G. It was initially introduced as a non-addictive form of morphine, and a “cure for coughs.” In retrospect, the non-addictive nature of heroin turned out to be wishful thinking; Bayer did, however, succeed in producing an excellent cure for coughs.

Regular use of heroin produces tolerance, whereby significantly increased doses are required to achieve the initial effects. Continued use invariably tends to lead to psychological habituation and physical dependence, a state where your body needs opioid drugs on a regular basis just to maintain normal functioning; missing a dose precipitates a cascade of opiate withdrawal symptoms which can be quite severe and extremely painful. You’ve “caught a habit,” and become addicted.

Talking therapies and 12 steps programmes have very limited effectiveness treating meth addiction, heroin addiction. Traditional methods simply don’t address the problematic and extremely physical symptoms associated with detoxing off of these substances.
Heroin addicts who try to quit, regularly find themselves in a vicious unbreakable circle of impossible withdrawal symptoms and cravings. Once they deal with the withdrawals the cravings come. It is almost impossible to stop that cycle without appropriate very specific treatment

While heroin therefore has a bad boy image as a dirty drug that is difficult to detox from, the reality is that with ibogaine treatment, heroin detox is straightforward. While the mechanism of action of ibogaine is still not fully understood, what is known is that the molecule bind to opioid receptors in the brain, providing a strong reset. Ibogaine means you can come of H without doing cold turkey.
Drug detox time is the biggest draw and heroin withdrawal symptoms often disappear within 30 minutes of ingesting ibogaine. Our medically-assisted process means you can finally rid yourself of the curse of addiction and look forward to returning to your authentic self.

OUR TREATMENT PLANS TAKE NO LONGER THAN 7 DAYS

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Methadone ADDICTION Treatment

Methadone is a long acting opiate, typically used as a part of a mainstream treatment programme, as a substitute for street heroin to treat addiction symptoms. Methadone-assisted-treatment can help provide stability and safety, enabling people with narcotics addiction to lead more functional lives away from participating in criminal activities by buying illegal drugs.
However, the reality is that people on methadone programmes are still living with an addiction, albeit often in a more controlled and manageable situation. For some, this is tolerable and certainly better than the dangers of buying heroin off the street. For many others, life on methadone can ultimately be just as miserable an existence as before on heroin. They can feel restless, irritable, tired, nauseous and depressed, and in the worst cases, suicidal.

In addition, many on methadone continue to use other drugs or pharmaceuticals to achieve the desired state of euphoria that methadone denies. What makes methadone even more problematic is trying to come off it. The cold turkey is even worse than coming off heroin, lasting up to a month with full blown withdrawal symptoms such as vomiting, abdominal cramps, diarrhoea, runny nose, anxiety, insomnia, muscle aches, agitation, sweating and goose bumps.

Ibogaine offers a genuine solution for those who want to break the chains of methadone addiction. Ibogaine rests the reward pathways in the brain, whether these have been conditioned by heroin or methadone addiction. It is common for ibogaine to eliminate withdrawal symptoms within 30 minutes of consumption.

Ibogaine treatment for methadone requires careful planning and preparation, and your provider must have the necessary experience. Since methadone is a long acting opiate, you cannot simply be treated with ibogaine immediately after stopping the methadone. Instead, patients are switched to short acting opiates (such as morphine sulphate) immediately prior to ibogaine treatment.

Oxycontin / Oxycodone ADDICTION Treatment

Oxycodone is a semi-synthetic short acting opiate. It was originally developed in 1916 but in 1996 Purdue Pharma produced a new time-release version of this med called Oxycontin. Oxycontin is prescribed as an extremely strong and effective painkiller and being an opiate it may be much easier to access than heroin. This causes the significant overuse of this drug in areas with the lower heroin supply. Oxycontin is the most heavily abused opioid drug in America. In fact it has become the most abused prescription drug in history.

Ibogaine extremely effective as an oxycontin/oxycodone addiction treatment. Most of other Purdue Pharma’s narcotic analgesics like: hydromorphone, fentanyls, codeine, ms contin, hydrocodone are also very compatible with ibogaine since they are pure agonist with no extended half life. Oxycontin and morphine are used as a preferred substitutes for buprenorphine and methadone users to switch over and prepare for their ibogaine treatment.

Being a SAO (short acting opiate) “oxys” are a perfect target for ibogaine treatment and the success rate with the ibogaine oxycodone/oxycontin addiction treatment is very high. Detox with the ibogaine is free from the standard challenging opiate withdrawal symptoms and the cravings are significantly eliminated. Many patients also report the limited desire for using any other stimulants like alcohol or cigarettes after ibogaine Oxycodone addiction treatment.

Suboxone ADDICTION Treatment

Treatment with ibogaine is the most effective and the best way to detox from the suboxone (or subutex). The procedure however is more complex than treating other addictions. Patients can’t be treated with ibogaine directly after quitting suboxone. An ibogaine flood when the suboxone is still in the system wouldn’t be effective at eliminating the opiate withdrawal symptoms. Additionally the combination of the two substances is potentially lethal, thanks to negative cardiac indications.

Those who want to use the ibogaine treatment to come of suboxone need to go through at least two weeks of transition time before the ibogaine treatment can be safely administered. Our protocol for this treatment is to switch the patient over to short acting opiates, such as morphine sulphate. After the suboxone is eliminated from the system ibogaine can start to work its wonders at resetting the neurotransmitters and bringing the brain’s chemistry back to balance

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