The new Rythmia Life Advancement Center, a luxury rehabilitation center, has opened in Costa Rica, according to a statement released on February 27, 2015. The center is located in a private estate in Guanacaste.

Arial View, Photo courtesy of Rythmia

Arial View, Photo courtesy of Rythmia

Clients will have the use of a five star restaurant, a spa, and a fitness center. The center is just a short distance from the beach.

Photo courtesy of Rythmia

Photo courtesy of Rythmia

The Rythmia rehab center utilizes the roots of the iboga plant, a small tree that is grown in Gabon, Africa. The Iboga tree has been used in other countries as a detox treatment. It’s a hallucinogenic drug that some people claim can cure addictions.

Rythmia Foyer, Photo courtesy of Rythmia

Rythmia Foyer, Photo courtesy of Rythmia

In addition to the the Iboga root, New Rythmia Life Advancement Center uses 10 other therapies to help people beat their addictions.

Rythmia Beach, Photo Courtesy of Rythmia

Rythmia Beach, Photo Courtesy of Rythmia

Rythmia offers a money back guarantee for patients who are not satisfied. Testing is required to receive a refund. So far, none of the patients have requested a refund, a spokesperson for the center reported.

In addition to the medically supervised detox assisted by the use of the iboga root, the Costa Rican center offers group therapy individual, holistic and homeopathic medicine, life coaching and nutritional coaching.

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