Ibogaine University / Ibogaine Fraud, Scams

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Anne Christani

Having been to Ibogaine university I would never recommend this place to anyone, The professionalism they say they have does not exist, There is no doctor to stay with you throughout your treatment just a nurse (and he was not a qualified nurse) which worried me immensely, After i got there i found out they do not use real ibogaine they use iboga, (false advertising) When i found out they did not use Ibogaine i asked for my money back so i could go to a clinic that uses real Ibogaine and was told i dont get anything back, So i went through with the treatment (i relapsed two weeks after going home, after extensive research i discovered most of their patients relapse, they will do nothing to help you, All i received was an abusive phone call from Charles Johnston. This place is a money grabbing dive that does not care about the patients just the dollar If you have any doubts you can contact me at [protected] Also it was very hard to communicate as no one spoke english

Dec 18, 2014
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  • Ma
      19th of Dec, 2014

    Ibogaine University and Charles Johntson are no more then drug dealers

    They sell Oxycontin to prospective patients whether or not the people ever arrive at their clinic. They are making the majority of their revenue by illegally selling drugs. Law enforcement and border patrol agents have been notified of Charles Johnston, and Randy McCurdy dealing drugs with the help of Dr. Carlos Silva. Silva was the MD for the scammer Beau Mason when he ran Transitions.

    The ownership of ibogaine university is the same as the scam called safe haven ibogaine.

    On top of all this ibogaine university does not even have access to ibogaine HCL they will use cheap, basement lab chemistry versions of impure ibogaine and TA.

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