Ayahuasca plants grow in the Amazon region. Ayahuasca contains Banisteriopsis caapi and Psychotria viridis and DMT compounds which are used to treat diseases of the body and soul. Over the last few years, ayahuasca has been published in various mass media because it is claimed to cure various diseases, including overcoming drug addiction. Many people in Brazil and Peru are battling tobacco, alcohol, cocaine, heroin, methamphetamine and other dangerous drugs using the ayahuasca peru plant.
Ayahuasca also contains one type of psychedelic medicine that has been medically developed to overcome drug addiction. Psychedelic was discovered in 1957 by a psychiatrist named Humphry Osmond. Some examples of psychedelic include LSD psychedelics, peyote, ayahuasca, iboga, and medicinal plants for medicinal plants, such as psilocybin mushrooms.
Dr. Dennis McKenna and other researchers investigated the relationship between ayahuasca and the brain chemical system, Ayahuasca functions to normalize the levels of brain chemicals including dopamine. This compound is important for satisfaction control (not addicted) and reduces addiction and dependence on drugs. However, the workings of Ayahuasca overcoming addictions is actually not fully understood.
Other medicinal plants which include psychedelics that are attracting attention are Iboga plants from western Africa (Tabernanthe iboga), especially Alkaloid ibogaine. In Gabon, I hope it’s often used for ceremonial events that take 24 hours. Usually, people who consume this will feel fresher and feel fully recovered. Iboga is termed to reset brain chemicals and to escape the biological and mental predispositions to the abuse of certain substances.
Further research is still needed on the benefits of anti-addictive substances from Ibogaine. Scientists began to look at ibogaine to overcome addiction by conducting various studies to examine the substance.
Another psychedelic cactus peyote, this plant also promises to overcome drug addiction. Native American churches often use peyote in religious ceremonies throughout the United States.
Indeed there is no guarantee the use of psychedelics is 100 percent effective in dealing with drug addiction, but if used carefully and wisely this substance will be useful to overcome drug addiction. Its use should be combined with other therapeutic approaches, including counseling, detoxification, diet, and exercise.