This story is an autoethnography. That means that it examines the problem of heroin addiction and the value of ibogaine for its treatment with respect to our culture and society through the lens of my own experience. So while it has a generally autobiographical character, supported and enhanced by memoir-like experiential passages, I also discuss elements and aspects of addiction and recovery, and describe some features of ibogaine treatment.
Climbing the Holy Mountain of Recovery
Adrian Auler, author