Baclofen Treatment for Alcoholism

Welcome to  Baclofenista. We are a group of people who have experienced the agony of alcoholism, either personally or in our families and have found treatment through the use of high doses of baclofen.  We have set up this organization and this site to advocate on behalf of those using baclofen for alcoholism and other addictions.

Our mission is to provide information about alcohol addiction and the medications available to help reverse this deadly disease.  Alcoholism can be reversed through the use of medication. By promoting access to current information to both the patient and the medical community, alcoholism can be managed and eliminated.  We support organizations and individuals who promote access to current knowledge regarding medications for alcoholism and other addictions. Additionally, we support ongoing research efforts involving cures and treatments for the addicted.   We dedicate ourselves to this mission in memory of Dr. Oliver Ameisen.

We are an organization on a mission. We’re a not-for-profit with the goal of changing the way people look at alcoholism and addiction and providing free information about alcohol treatment and addiction treatment using Baclofen.

A few years ago it was inconceivable that there would ever be an alcoholism cure which worked for the vast majority of people who took it. Nor would anyone have believed that this alcoholism treatment would also be an addiction cure for drugs such as heroin and cocaine. But that is what Baclofen does, and it does it very well. The only problem is in finding out how to access medication and advice on its use.

All of the site’s resources are available to anyone. It doesn’t matter if you are a sufferer, family member, or professional, our materials and resources are available to you completely free of charge.

We hope you find this site helpful and wish you success in your recovery and new life.

If you have come here for the first time, you may wish to go to our section on prescribing which contains the Prescribing Guide for baclofen published by doctors in France.

Raising public and professional awareness in Baclofen is an absolute necessity. It has never been more important, if not vital.

Over the last few years, there has been massively increasing interest in the use of High-Dose Baclofen, and how it might help the millions of people around the World suffering from many addictions; especially alcoholism and alcohol-related disorders.

However, much of its value remains clouded in mystery and suspicion. Indeed, there is also often frank antagonism to it. What we need is reasoned debate and proper clinical trials of High-Dose Baclofen. This site hopes to do its very best to facilitate this.

Who might benefit from this site? Simply, anybody and everybody who has an interest in the effects of excessive alcohol consumption. Groups such as:

Sufferers from alcoholism or alcohol-related disorders;

People caring for them;

Healthcare Professionals, who frequently know little or nothing about the potentially vital role that Baclofen might have to play to help those in their care;

Scientific Researchers interested in new anti-addiction drug therapies;

Law enforcement agencies and courts ;

Politicians and Government Legislators;

The Brewing Industry itself.

To beat alcoholism and other addictions is never going to be as easy as taking this simple, harmless, little pill. It is going to take insight, imagination and courage.


This web site does not give personal medical or legal advice.

Any medical treatment discussed on this site MUST be administered and supervised by a doctor.

Detox from serious drug or alcohol dependence MUST be carried out in hospital.

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