According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s (SAMHSA’s) National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 23.5 million persons aged 12 or older needed treatment for an illicit drug or alcohol abuse problem in 2009, which would mean that approximately 1 in 10 persons over the age of 12 had a problem with addiction, and that doesn’t even count people addicted to pharmaceuticals. This is a serious issue that is not getting the kind of attention it deserves and this is true for a variety of … Read More »
When two patients at The Holistic Sanctuary, an Ibogaine clinic in Mexico were interviewed on how well their Ibogaine Treatment went, they had nothing but praises for the holistic drug rehab and the treatment. “Less than 24 hours of my initial dose of Ibogaine, I already felt changes in my mind and body and realized it was going to work. The second day I felt great and never had felt better,” said Adam, discussing how Ibogaine interrupted his addictive cycle and helped transform his life.
Another patient said … Read More »
Celebrities appear to get into troubles at all times. This is especially common with youthful celebrities who are still in their 20s. These youthful celebrities seem to have issues with drugs and alcohol. This is irrespective of their important role in the society where they cat as role models to young children aspiring to succeed in different careers. Eventually, these celebs end in probation or extended jail terms from drug related issues. Most of them do not even realize they have a drug related problem until the courts … Read More »
The statistics on addiction among individuals in the world today are disheartening. Each year more people succumb to effects of severe addiction to banned drugs, alcohol, and other pharmaceuticals. As this happens, hundreds of rehabilitation facilities are being set up to combat a problem that is evidently bigger than what conventional drug rehabilitation can do to remedy the situation.
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Traditionally, Ayahuasca was used as a spiritual drink in the Amazon basin. Nowadays, Ayahuasca may be served as a psychoactive tea or brew. The therapeutic qualities of the brew have been utilized in popular holistic drug rehab programs. Research findings indicate that Ayahausca treatment can reduce reliance on tobacco, cocaine and alcohol.
The psychoactive brew is made from Banisteriopsis caapi, a vine, and the leaves of Psychotria viridis. Since the mixture of the two plants contains monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs), which can lead to a significant decline … Read More »