Brooke Mueller Extreme Hallucinogen Enrollment Rehab

Brooke Mueller is on her way to Mexico for her “extreme” rehab enrollment. The rehab program includes a controversial hallucinogen used to curb drug addiction and aid in the recovery process.

Mueller hopes that the seven-day treatment in a Mexican clinic with the hallucinogen Ibogaine will help “rewire” her brain, according to TMZ. The troubled celebrity, who has two young boys with Charlie Sheen, has been in and out of rehab several times, and hopes the treatment will finally end her visits once and for all.

Last month, Mueller ended 45 days in rehab, but since then, she has been photographed holding a crack pipe and reportedly ejected from a plane for erratic behavior. Mueller’s camp did not return multiple requests for comment.

Ibogaine is a psychoactive chemical compound that is found naturally in the root bark of the West African iboga shrub. The drug is used by members of certain African tribes and religions during healing and rite-of-passage ceremonies. Studies have shown that the drug curbs symptoms and prevents drug cravings for people trying to get clean.

The hallucinogen is illegal in the United States, where it is classified as a Schedule 1 substance, meaning it has “high potential for abuse” and “no currently accepted medical use in treatment.” It is legal in several other countries, including Canada and Mexico, and clinics have been set up for drug addicts seeking the hallucinogenic treatment. Experts say Ibogaine does not contain addictive properties, but has caused some deaths.

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