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Avante Ibogaine & Psilocybin Blogs

The Avante Institute’s Innovative Approach to Addiction Treatment

It is well recognized that overcoming addiction is often one of the most formidable challenges that one will face over the course of their lifetime. Addiction practitioners around the world are continually searching for new and effective ways to treat addiction in effort of increasing the likelihood of helping patients to achieve long-term, sustainable recovery. [...]

How Psychedelics Improve Brain Neuroplasticity

What Is Neuroplasticity? Throughout our lifetime, our brain cells (neurons) go through a series of characteristic changes. As learned behaviors, emotions, experiences, thoughts, and traumas all affect how our brain reacts to certain inputs as we age. Neurons connect with other neurons through electrical and chemical impulses in the brain and the strength of these transmissions […]

The Benefits of Avante Institute Psilocybin Assisted Therapy

Psilocybin is a natural occurring psychedelic compound produced by over 200 species of mushrooms. A select number of these species are used for medicinal and therapeutic purposes. When administered by experienced clinical guides, psilocybin has shown exceptional benefit in treating depression, anxiety, addiction, and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.  Researchers and scientists at John Hopkins University […]

Learn The Effectiveness Of Ibogaine For Alcoholism

Alcohol abuse and addiction continue to ravage through modern society as the most prevalent form of chronic addiction in the 21st century. Since the end of prohibition in the mid-1930’s, widespread acceptance for public alcohol consumption has continued to gain momentum and add to the dangers of alcoholism. Across global cultures and societies, alcohol is […]

How Ibogaine Science Works

What is Ibogaine Science? There is scientific reasoning surrounding Ibogaine and how it is able to treat opioid addiction. Opioid receptors are a group of inhibitory G protein coupled receptors and exert their pharmacological actions through three opioid receptors called Mu, Kappa, and Delta. Ibogaine works on the Kappa and Mu receptor sites. Through neurological […]

Kratom Detox with Ibogaine

What is Kratom? A new addiction has become prevalent in the field of detox treatment. Kratom has forced its way into the lives of many unsuspecting users who have found themselves dangerously addicted after relatively short term use. Touted by product distributors as a seemingly harmless herbal supplement and as a safe alternative to pharmaceutical […]

Ibogaine Treatment Centers: Find the Best One for You

Now that you have learned about the benefits of an advanced ibogaine clinical treatment and are ready to experience the magic of the medicine, the most important decision is to determine which clinic is best suited to provide the most comprehensive clinical and therapeutic care for you or your loved one. Unfortunately, as with any […]

Do I Need To Go To Post Treatment Therapy After Ibogaine Treatment?

 It is highly recommended that anyone who suffers from chronic addiction have an aftercare plan in place once ibogaine treatment is completed. Ibogaine treatment can provide remarkable results in eliminating post-acute withdrawal symptoms (PAWS) and cravings, but it should be noted that ibogaine is only a tool, albeit and extraordinarily effective one. It quenches the […]

The Need For Ibogaine In Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment By Jennifer R. Donnelly

Ibogaine is a naturally occurring psychoactive substance derived from the roots of the Tabernanthe iboga shrub and other West African plant species generally found in rain forests.  It has been used for centuries by the indigenous peoples of Western Africa, mainly for use as a sacrament in spiritual initiation ceremonies.  It has also been used in traditional […]

What Are Some Common Causes Of Addiction?

The causes of addiction vary somewhat with the substance abused. The current opioid epidemic has some connection to prescriptions for pain killers, both over prescription and patient misuse, and nicotine addiction has a relationship to stress.  One major set of causes relates to psychology and to mood disorders such as anxiety and depression. People who […]