Iboga House is run by 10th generation Bwiti Shaman, Moughenda Mikala and his wife, Iboga House Director, Julia Malone Mikala. Our primary mission is to spread the healing of the Iboga root to the Western World. Together with his close family and his corporation, Iboga House, he uses his traditional African Bwiti Shamanic skills and the Full Iboga Root to provide safe, comfortable and life changing detoxification, Psycho-Spiritual exploration, traditional physical healing and Pre-initiation Ceremonies.
Moughenda – Shaman & Guide at Iboga House
Julia Malone Mikala – Director at Iboga House
Goals and Near Future Development
In 2012, Iboga House will plant more seeds on its plantation to grow at least 3000 more Iboga trees, as Iboga House continues its mission to spread the healing of the iboga root.
Giving Back – Gabon
The Iboga House has now been running since 2009 and it has grown exponentially. Through referrals alone the Iboga House has tripled its numbers in the last quarter. Moughenda feels that when you invest into things that really matter than it will come back ten-fold. Over 40% of all of Iboga Houses profits in the last year have been used to give back to Gabon by supporting his own tribe and village and neighboring tribes by purchasing things like, housing, cell phones, computers, vehicles, materials to build, school tuition, clothing, food and other necessities.
Giving Back – Costa Rica
Iboga House hires Costa Rican employees for cooking, cleaning, maintenance, landscaping – Paying them above average monthly salaries to help them improve their lives. We also contract local; doctors, nurses, attorneys, accountants and other consultants, wherever we can. As the company growth continues so will the amount of jobs for Tica’s and Tico’s (female and male Cost Ricans). As profit’s increase so will the amount of projects and donations to help fix roads and schools.
Giving Back – to the Bwiti and Gabon
Iboga House is underway in the the development of the Water project to bring water to Darlot Village in Gabon and the development of Bwiti Village, a part of the Bwiti Heritage Foundation project to preserve and nurture the Bwiti tradition and Iboga.