Ibogaine Clinic by David Dardashti Hopes To Bring More Attention to National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week

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The ibogaine addiction treatment center wants teens and educators to join them in promoting National and Alcohol Facts week to shatter the myths surrounding drug abuse and alcoholism.

This year, the ibogaine addiction treatment center hopes we surpass the 3,000 mark. By exposing the truth about drug addiction and alcoholism, we can begin to heal from its epidemic grasp over our country.

The Ibogaine Clinic wants you to know the National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week is just around the corner. It’s a time where the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) and the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism join forces to shatter the myths surrounding drugs and drug use. In communities across the U.S., teens, scientists and other drug addiction experts come together to answer questions about how drugs affect the brain, the body and behaviors.

Teachers and other educators can host their own National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week event, between January 22nd and January 28th, at their schools by registering online. Last year, over 2,000 events were held across America promoting the real facts surrounding addiction. “This year, the ibogaine addiction treatment center hopes we surpass the 3,000 mark. By exposing the truth about drug addiction and alcoholism, we can begin to heal from its epidemic grasp over our country. Just look at what the opioids crisis is doing to our communities,” says Ibogaine Clinic Executive Program Director David Dardashti.

NIDA offers an online toolkit filled with ideas for planning event, advice about reaching out to experts to join school panels and even get FREE materials for teens. From alcohol IQ quizzes to informational booklets and more, there’s plenty of expert advice on drug addiction. For example, did you know that about 2.3 million young people between the age of 12 and 17 years old reported drinking alcohol in the past month?

The Ibogaine Clinic is also doing its part to educate patients about the effects of drug addiction on their body. David Dardashti has treated thousands of patients who’ve suffered from drug abuse, with addictions to prescribed opioids such as hydrocodone and oxycontin as well as street drugs such as heroin and cocaine.

Thanks to medically-supervised ibogaine treatments, patients were able to get clean withdrawal free. The natural substance and alternative medicine allows drug addicts to dive deep into their subconscious to understand the cause of their addiction. Ibogaine also works on a physical level, to reset critical brain neurotransmitters such as serotonin and dopamine. “We’ve seen incredible results with ibogaine, it’s an alternative way for people to get clean, especially for those that haven’t had success with rehab programs," says David.

For ibogaine testimonials, visit the Ibogaine Clinic’s Youtube Channel, Ibogaine by David Dardashti. See what former patients are saying about their own treatment, and their ibogaine experience. For more details, call 1.888.741.3121.

About the Ibogaine Clinic: The Ibogaine Clinic offers ibogaine opioid detox to patients looking to heal from their Suboxone, Subutex and Methadone addiction withdrawal-free and without having to get on short acting opiates prior to treatment. For more information on how ibogaine works, read up on the alternative medicine on the Ibogaine Clinic's blog page or call 1.888.741.3121

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