We help people heal-gently, powerfully and successfully with ibogaine treatment.


    With our ibogaine treatment we create individual programs and cater to each client addressing the unique mental, spiritual, physical, emotional and social needs of each one.


    Plus the benefits of ibogaine treatment, we offer a beautiful setting, massage, ocean walks, and food for both the body and soul.

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Ibogaine Treatment Testimonials

Here at meseta we love enjoying the beauty of nature! Pretreatment trip to Ensenada. This is Drew ready for his journey!!! He began the process to a new beginning drug free!!!.

These is true nature.

Enjoying the beautiful mirador, with Drew before iboga.

Loving the new sober life!

Ah, my dear, sweet Kimiko. With your beautiful and gentle spirit/nature, you have seen your gifts and all you truly have to share with life. Your smile brought great joy to my life. Sandi Hartman.

Posted by Meseta Ibogaine Treatment on Lunes, 16 de febrero de 2015

"Sandi saved my life, she gave me ibogaine. I was still skeptical the first time I took it but everybody is..." Zack...

Posted by Meseta Ibogaine Treatment on Domingo, 1 de marzo de 2015

It is about giving back. It is about helping another person without judgment.
It is about losing your own self-focus and self-preoccupation.
We provide the client essential compassion in the form of listening. In a way
that is the most important thing that we do. By being emotionally available
ourselves, we will be fulfilling one of the messages of this medicine.








The Roots of Addiction – Dr. Gabor Maté



It is critical to understand that although addiction is a problem it is also an attempt to solve a graver problem that is, unbearable psychic pain. To understand addiction we need to understand human pain and that takes us to focus on childhood experiences. One of the outcomes of childhood distress is addiction and the more adversity an individual experiences in his or her childhood the higher their risk of resorting to addictive behaviour to sooth their pain, even temporarily. In other words addiction (alcohol, drugs, shopping, Internet, etc.) is an attempt to seek something from the outside that the individual is not able to generate from within. What makes childhood experience significant is that the circuitry that modulates the brain’s reward chemicals is underdeveloped in traumatized children thus making them more susceptible to addictive behaviours and conduct disorders










How Meditation Can Reshape Our Brains: Sara Lazar at TEDx

Neuroscientist Sara Lazar’s amazing brain scans show meditation can actually change the size of key regions of our brain, improving our memory and making us more empathetic, compassionate, and resilient under stress.

Sara Lazar is an Associate Researcher in the Psychiatry Department at Massachusetts General Hospital and an Assistant Professor in Psychology at Harvard Medical School. The focus of her research is to elucidate the neural mechanisms underlying the beneficial effects of yoga and meditation, both in clinical settings and in healthy individuals. She is a contributing author to Meditation and Psychotherapy (Guilford Press).





TEDx Mid Atlantic – Roland Griffiths on psilocybin

About Roland:

Forty years after the Nixon administration effectively shut down research on psychedelic drugs, Roland Griffiths helped reopen it. One of the nation’s leading psychopharmacologists, Griffiths’ research focuses on the behavioral and subjective effects of mood-altering drugs. He is the lead investigator of the Psilocybin Research Initiative at Johns Hopkins, which includes studies of psilocybin occasioned mystical experience in healthy volunteers and cancer patients, and a pilot study of psilocybin-facilitated smoking cessation. Roland is a Professor in the Departments of Psychiatry and Neurosciences at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. He has been a consultant to the National Institutes of Health, and to numerous pharmaceutical companies in the development of new psychotropic drugs.








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