485. Juliana Mulligan – Why Ibogaine Could Be the Most Powerful Treatment for Opioid Dependency

In this episode Juliana recounts her powerful first encounter with Ibogaine, how Ibogaine differs from traditional psychedelics and why America needs a reset when it comes to treating opioid dependency.

Juliana Mulligan is a formerly opioid dependent person, formerly incarcerated, and has been a working member of the ibogaine treatment community for ten years. She is currently working on her Masters in Social Work at NYU. In 2011, with the help of Ibogaine treatment, Juliana left opioids behind and set off on a path to transform the way drug users and their treatment is approached. She is currently the Psychedelic Program Coordinator at the Center for Optimal Living and runs Inner Vision Ibogaine, which supports people in preparation and integration around ibogaine treatment. She has worked in multiple ibogaine clinics, presented at various psychedelic and harm reduction conferences, and is the author of the Guide to Finding a Safe Ibogaine Clinic. She has taught about ibogaine at Charite University in Berlin and Southwestern College in New Mexico and has written for multiple publications about ibogaine, including Double Blind Magazine and Chacruna.



Intro music by Wordsmith: http://www.wordsmithmusic.com

Time Stamps:

0:00:02 Exploring the Psychedelic Dream State of Ibogaine

0:02:46 The Unique Effects of Ibogaine in Psychedelic Therapy

0:06:22 The History and Use of Ibogaine in Psychedelic Therapy

0:09:38 Potential of Ibogaine Treatment for Substance Use Disorders

0:14:46 Juliana’s Story of Transformation and Safety Focus

0:16:28 The Impact of Ibogaine Treatment on Opioid Addiction Recovery

0:20:06 Benefits of Psychedelic Therapy: Empowerment and Hard Work”

0:22:32 The Spiritual Element of Ibogaine

0:26:27 Legality and Accessibility of Ibogaine as a Psychedelic Treatment

0:30:02 The Benefits and Challenges of Ibogaine Treatment

0:33:45 Future Plans and Training Programs

0:35:46 Impact of Substance Use Stigma and Treatment on Mental Health

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