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Ibogaine Side Effects

Serious Side Effects of Ibogaineibogaine prescription bottles

  • There is an increased risk of fatality in patents who have pre-existing heart conditions, liver problems, those who use opiates during or shortly after an Ibogaine treatment, and those who take Ibogaine without trained supervision.
  • There is a risk of Ibogaine causing QT-interval prolongation. This can lead to serious abnormalities in heart rate that cause palpitation, loss of consciousness and can be fatal.

Common Side Effects of Ibogaine

  • As a psychedelic drug, Ibogaine may cause visual hallucinations, auditory hallucinations, and visual distortions. Those who do not experience any hallucinations may simply sleep during an Ibogaine treatment.
  • Ibogaine can decrease a patient's ability to coordinate muscle movements and cause tremors.
  • Dry mouth, nausea, and vomiting may occur after taking Ibogaine.
  • After an Ibogaine detox, many patients feel a lack of desire to continue their additions for months at a time, if at all. Continued treatments increase time between relapses and the chance of being cured of the addiction.