The US is forgoing a powerful weapon in the war on opiates

He is technically right in that they are the only treatments available in the United States. He is wrong, however, in the bigger picture. Canada and Mexico are among the countries that allow addicts to take ibogaine, which can eliminate withdrawal symptoms in one dose. Ibogaine’s problem here is that it is lumped in with psychedelics. It is clear that the war on hallucinogens takes precedence over the war on opiates.

Original Article (Boston Globe):
The US is forgoing a powerful weapon in the war on opiates
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