Looking For A Good Time? Then Iboga | Ibogaine IS NOT FOR YOU
Iboga | Ibogaine Is NOT For Recreational Use, Getting "High" or "Partying".
Sophielinksu April 2019
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Elizabeth Bast, Author of "Iboga Vs Ibogaine – Which Is Better for Addiction Treatment?" says:
"With global opioid abuse reaching record levels, opiate users are turning to an ancient and powerful plant medicine, that some say is many times stronger than ayahuasca in ceremonial doses, for healing...
"Anyone who searches for iboga or ibogaine on the internet will find some tragic stories of “ibogaine related” deaths, however, according to astudy presented by Dr. Kenneth Alperexamining cases between 1992 – 2008, it was found that the deaths were caused by additional factors: contraindicated medical or psychiatric conditions (insufficient medical screening), contraindicated drugs or medications, improper dosing, inexperienced providers, self administration, or adulterated medicine..
Iboga and ibogaine are powerful psychedelics with low abuse potential; neither are conducive to a “recreational” experience. The visionary journeys are generally mentally, emotionally, and physically intense, though outcomes can be positive. Both are highly effective in eliminating addiction cravings and promoting drug abstinence, when high quality medicine is skillfully administered by a qualified provider.
Iboga, the total alkaloid extract, and ibogaine each have unique pros and cons for different individuals. Ultimately, choosing iboga or choosing ibogaine will depend on the kind of experience you want. If you are are experiencing opiate addiction and withdrawal symptoms, and want addiction treatment, pure ibogaine in a clinical setting or total alkaloid extract in a traditional setting may be the best solution for you. If you want to have a deep cultural experience where you commune with the tree of life and receive guidance from your ancestors, a traditional iboga initiation in Gabon may be the best fit. A seeker may want to consult with multiple prospective providers, read online reviews, and spend some time in careful contemplation before making a decision.
Whatever form of the medicine you choose, your preparation, full participation, and integration of the experience will help you to receive the full benefit of the medicine work. It is essential to consider pre-ceremony coaching and aftercare support with qualified providers who are educated about the medicine, such as progressive therapists and the professional coaches at Being True to You. Also helpful is finding community support through entheogenic medicine education organizations such as E.R.I.E.& the Aware Project."
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