The Ibogaine Association was founded in 2000. Since 2006 the clinic has been owned and directed by Clare Wilkins, a former methadone patient who got clean with Ibogaine and re-named the clinic Pangea Biomedics.
The following video is a presentation by Clare Wilkins called “The Evolution of an Ibogaine Treatment” that was made at the Psychedelic Science in the 21st Century conference hosted by the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies conference in San Jose, California, April 2010.
Clare S. Wilkins is a former intravenous heroin user & methadone patient who, in 2005, shed her chemical dependencies with Ibogaine. In 2006, Miss Wilkins purchased the Ibogaine Association in Tijuana Mexico, and went on to create Pangea Biomedics. She has facilitated over 400 Ibogaine treatments & worked together with MAPS, the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies, to study the long term effects of Ibogaine on patients undergoing detox therapy. Currently she is collaborating with Dr. Raul Morales to develop a clinical trial for opiate detoxification with Ibogaine at the University of Guadalajara in Jalisco, Mexico. As a member of INPUD & INWUD, international drug user rights organizations, she is devoted to reducing stigma & harm, promoting the health & defending the rights of people who use drugs. Clare is committed to providing loving, compassionate care for extremely physically challenged patients & passionately believes in every human’s basic right to medicine.