GITA, the Global Ibogaine Therapists Alliance has announced the publication of the 1st Edition of the Clinical Guidelines for Ibogaine-Assisted Detoxification. This represents a growing consensus that ibogaine treatment needs to be done in a safe clinical setting. The guidelines include the length of time that a prospective patient needs to be off the specific drug they are using before they undergo treatment.
“After more than a year of coordination and public dialogue, this document is a presents a clear strategy for minimizing the risks associated with administering ibogaine. We hope that this document can help to make ibogaine treatments safer, and to provide a clear model for clinical researchers and future policy makers.
This is a living document that will be expanded and honed over time. Providers and those interested can subscribe to future updates to the guidelines.”