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Pre Treatment Protocols And Instructions

Pre Treatment Protocols

Pre treatment preparation 3 - 5 days before beginning treatment with us will increase the quality and experience of your treatment. iBogaine Thailand has strict protocols and extended abstinence from some medication is necessary for safety and efficacy. 


Prior to treatment, there will be a mandatory completion of a comprehensive medical screening, medical history questionnaire and mental health assessment. We do not exclude those with pre-existing psychological disorders; however, we must be informed of any medications you are currently taking for any psychotic and schizophrenic disorders.


iBogaine is subject to interactions with some psychiatric medications, suboxone and other hard opiates. It’s important to be forthcoming about what medications you take. For example, if you are taking prescription medication like Zoloft, you will need to taper off it in the days preceding your treatment. We will give you detailed instructions on how to do this.

Requested medical reports are to be completed in advance for a proper outline of health assessment. Abnormal, irregular, or falsified tests pose serious threats to the outcome of ibogaine treatment. Two medical tests which includes the EKG to assess the heart and Blood Test to evaluate the liver panel are mandatory prior to iBogaine treatment.

Exclusions : We will not treat anyone with the following conditions

​In order to begin to address the safety of persons being treated with ibogaine, the following indications should exclude treatment with ibogaine.

  • Active infections including ulcers, pneumonia, or skin abscesses

  • History of blood clots or coagulation abnormalities

  • Cancer

  • Chronic fainting

  • Uncontrolled Diabetes

  • Emphysema

  • Epilepsy

  • Crohn's Disease or Irritable Bowel Syndrome

  • Gastric Ulcer

  • Heart disease, heart murmurs, or heart arrhythmias or a history of myocardial infarction

  • Obesity

  • Unmedicated high blood pressure

  • Kidney Disease

  • Liver disease including hepatitis with liver enzymes over four times normal

  • Pregnancy

  • History of Stroke

  • Serious psychiatric disorders such as cerebellar dysfunction, psychosis, bipolar illness, major depression. 

  • Active neurological or serious psychiatric disorders, such as organic brain disease or dementia, that require treatment

  • People requiring concomitant medications that may cause adverse ibogaine/other drug interactions (e.g., anti-epileptic drugs, antidepressants, neuroleptics, etc)

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