OxyCodone & OxyContin Addiction Treatment
Oxycodone is a semi-synthetic opioid, originally developed in 1916. While Oxycodone has been in clinical use since 1917, the current wave of problems began when Purdue Pharma released their time-release version of Oxy, called OxyContin, in 1996.
OxyContin is prescribed for treatment of acute or chronic pain, it has tremendous efficacy for pain management, and if you like doing opiates, it’s a molecule that can be significantly eaisier to source in locations that may lack heroin. According to the US Department of Health and Human Services approximately 11 million people living in the United States have consumed at least one dose of Oxycontin in a non-medical way. OxyContin is the most widely abused opioid drug in America.
Ibogaine is extremely effective for many of Purdue Pharma’s pain-management products, including, but not limited to: hydromorphone, oxycodone, fentanyls, codeine, MS Contin (controlled-release morphine sulfate), and hydrocodone.
Most of Purdue Pharma’s narcotic analgesics are extremely compatible with ibogaine. They’re all pure agonists, and relatively short-acting opioids, with no extended half-life. We utilize their morphine products to stabilize you prior to ibogaine treatment.
Ibogaine is extraordinarily effective for these molecules. What you need to do prior to arriving at Clear Sky Recovery’s ibogaine treatment center in Cancun, if your primary drug problem is OxyContin, is absolutely nothing. Show up, we’ll reset you.