Heroin addicted people turn to Suboxone and now due to Dual Diagnosis Ketamine and some Nature or Psychedelic Therapy. Suboxone doctors are usually unable to prescribe anti-depressants, however, most of them can prescribe Ketamine infusions for depression. Ketamine therapy is said to be The Biggest Breakthrough in Half Century for treating treatment-resistant depression. There are new forms of therapy that are just now beginning to become mainstream. Kambo detox or Kambo cleanse or Kambo ceremony or Kambo retreat is an alternative medicine or Plant Medicine used to help centered an individual, cleanse negative or dark energies and detox the body.
Ayahuasca Ceremonies – Bufo Alvarius, Psilocybin, San Pedro, Peyote
There are Native American Church and Medicine Men and Medicine Woman that are permitted to use Sacred Sacraments in their religious ceremonies: Ayahuasca, Kambo, Bufo Alvarius, Psilocybin, San Pedro, Hape, Sanaga, Peyote, and other Plant Medicines. Many people including our US Veterans are turning to Plant Medicines Ayahuasca to help heal them of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder or PTSD that they may suffer from due to tours of service and some of the horrific events or traumatic events.
Ketamine Therapy is Safe Option for Mental Health and Addiction
Ketamine is considered and classified as a Psychedelic therefore it is used in the healing process Psychedelic Therapy. PAT or Psychedelic-Assisted therapy is quickly becoming mainstream through Ketamine Infusion Therapy programs or PAT clinics. Ketamine doctors and Ketamine therapy clinics are starting to be found through medication-assisted treatment clinics or MAT clinics. Suboxone doctors are now prescribing Ketamine infusion therapy for addiction, depression, anxiety disorder, sleeping disorders, chronic pain, acute pain and Asthma. Ketamine therapy is opening up the doors, minds and hearts of all Americans as we see mental health illness and drug addiction statistics consistent climb year after year. Plant Medicines, Psychedelics, Ketamine, Cannabis, Plants – that is the route we are headed and it may be just in time when considering 100,000+ dead from drug overdoses just last year!