People are asking if Ibogaine, a controversial psychedelic drug that’s not legal in the United States works for longer acting opiates like Suboxone and Subutex. Suboxone and Subutex is a brand name of the opioid buprenorphine.
Ibogaine Compared To Methadone and Suboxone
Ibogaine is said to be quite successful for taper therapy in opiate users, but Ibogaine is more commonly used for a permanent replacement for opiates of short active life. This is much the same way as methadone is used, but Ibogaine does not have addictive properties of its own. Many ex-heroin addicts simply become dependent on methadone and use it for life. Ibogaine is a temporary treatment that’s provided in a clinic setting in other parts of the world than the USA and is said to take addiction completely away.
Suboxone is also sometimes used for pain management, although this is not done as frequently. Suboxone comes in pills and …