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General Discussion / Re: Yo
« on: May 19, 2022, 11:02:28 PM »

General Discussion / Re: Yo
« on: January 07, 2021, 12:52:09 AM »

General Discussion / Re: Hello from 2020
« on: June 10, 2020, 08:16:08 AM »
What? It was never down for me. It just seemed that interest fell through, I guess because people are flocking to the facebook groups now.

Who said it was down?

The Muse / Listen To This On Iboga
« on: October 06, 2019, 09:46:29 PM »
The following is a bunch of songs that connect to the iboga space in an enlightening way. Enjoy!

Eboka Talk / Iboga for Alcohol damage
« on: July 23, 2019, 01:50:54 PM »

I have various friends who are experiencing ongoing effects from damage from prolonged alcohol use.

Do you think iboga has the ability to reverse this damage? I know it it stimulates nerve growth (like a lot of psychedelics) and does other things to help the liver, heart, and nervous system.

Are there any studies that you know of that shoe this? Or stories that you've heard?


PS- Let's get this forum fired up again!

General Discussion / Re: Freebasing iboga for smoking/vaping?
« on: May 29, 2019, 03:14:02 PM »
no no no no no no
and no

definitely not

why are you doing iboga in the first place? It seems like there's an attitude of substance abuse leaking over into responsible use of medicine.

What's your purpose in smoking it rather than chewing it? What's your reasoning behind making it into freebase?

It seems you're missing the point... Iboga works just fine when you eat it how it is. Still tryna get high, huh?

The function of a Shakespearean tragedy was to shock the spectator so hard that he/she would never dream of indulging in the fatal flaws that the protagonist had exhibited. The end of the plays were tragic, often with suicide and/or murder.

Likewise, sometimes psychedelics (especially iboga) shows us how terrible things could be if we don't change. A psychedelic, or any divination tool for that matter, can only show you the future as it stands relative to the present. Even Ayahuasceros comment on how Mother Ayahuasca sometimes "lies."

What is happening is that the future is always mutable depending on multiple factors, many unforeseen, but always including the will of the participant.

Tell her not to fixate on it. Iboga or any intelligent plant medicine for that matter does not put on a 100% "Doom and Gloom" show. I have endured many very dark experiences with Iboga. Frightening and rotting visions.

Fixation will block out any other information that may prevent her from the death that she sees.

She is seeing it for a reason. Death nor Iboga does not seek to scare an individual for no reason. That is pointless.

Also, more details might make this easier to discuss.

General Discussion / Re: Yo
« on: March 07, 2019, 05:00:12 PM »

General Discussion / Yo
« on: January 28, 2019, 09:27:44 AM »

Eboka Talk / Re: Getting stuck / Incomplete or Partial Flood issues
« on: November 15, 2018, 10:59:19 AM »
Ali Bongo, your experience aligns with mine!!! When I fast, I feel the presence of iboga. It might be because there is still some noribogaine lingering in my fat, and when I fast, my body breaks my fat down, releasing noribogaine. But aside from technical interpretations, something about emptying thyself resonates with the iboga spirit for sure.

Fasting, when done properly, is very rejuvenating. For now I am doing intermittent fasting (mainly going to bed on an empty stomach), because I'm skinny af.


Micro-Dosing / Re: Started microdosing. Questions and advice sought
« on: August 21, 2018, 01:53:55 PM »
The anxiety is the energy that was stuck in the depression (unmoving, weighty, dense energy), and the iboga freed it up, and now it's floating around in your space.

I'd say better anxiety than depression. You can work with it a bit more. Good luck!

It sounds like it did have an effect on you, but just very little because you vomited early. Good luck with your next try!

Suggestions & Comments / Re: Why is Eboka Dying?
« on: August 08, 2018, 07:11:22 PM »
It's not dumb! Counterintuitively, it's a lot easier to be factually honest anonymously than when you have your identity tacked onto what you say.

I think people are gravitating towards the facebook groups because it's more convenient and something about shortening attention spans and instant gratification. Not wanting to think in depth about things, just wanting the quick fix.

Micro-Dosing / Re: Questions about other meds before microdosing
« on: June 30, 2018, 10:49:38 AM »
It sounds like you should be fine. I personally am against using xanax during a flood, more for spiritual reasons than safety reasons. 24hrs before should be fine, just don't take something else while iboga is in your system. And remember, once you take iboga it is IN your system for a LONG time. We're talking 4-8 weeks, because it gets converted into noribogaine which stays in your system for about that long.

Micro-Dosing / Re: Questions about other meds before microdosing
« on: June 29, 2018, 10:52:46 AM »
Thank you for clarifying on the nature of your substance use. I know it isn't easy to be frank about it. I take back my wording of "physically addicted."

I wouldn't worry about having "zero spirituality." In some sense, iboga isn't even spiritual. It can be very practical. It can offer insight that is very direct, matter-of-fact, no frills, etc. And it may not even seem like it's coming from an outside source. Indeed, it is you who will (hopefully) do the realizing, or perhaps the un-learning of patterns that got you into this mess in the first place.

In my not-so-humble internet-stranger's opinion, you do not NEED to get an EKG or liver panel test before you microdose, especially if your physical body is pretty much healthy.

Most of the iboga/ibogaine deaths/complications come from people accidentally or stupidly mixing other substances with iboga. "Whoops, I did a line of cocaine while on iboga!" "Whoops, I couldn't deal with the emotional pain on iboga so I went for my "trusty" opioids!" That'll kill you.

That's one of the reasons why, if you want to go deep with iboga, you need a sitter present to prevent those things from happening and/or give moral support.

Good luck, and have fun!!

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