Ibogaine is a naturally occurring plant alkaloid found in the root bark of a shrub called Tabernanthe Iboga that grows in the forests of West Africa. It is a potent psychoactive substance that has the unique property of significantly removing withdrawal symptoms and reducing cravings from substances that cause chemical dependence. It has a long history of being used traditionally as a ceremonial, medicinal and spiritual tool in West Africa. For the last 40 years, it has increasingly been used in western society as a unique therapy for detoxification from drugs and for other psychotherapeutic purposes.
The Iboga Therapy House is a non-profit organization dedicated to exploring and facilitating the therapeutic use of ibogaine, offering a holistic, ibogaine-based detoxification program to help facilitate recovery from dependence to chemical substances as well as a setting for personal psychotherapeutic explorations.