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There's also this Sacrament of Transition, that use Ibogaine HCl as initiate... But then again you can get it from root bark, getting RB from HCL is impossible for humans.

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General Discussion / Re: Transcendental Meditation
« on: February 02, 2011, 02:54:01 PM »
Actually you don't have to pay anything if you don't  wanna! Quite the opposite. Just read Bhagavad Gita as it is, you can find it from library! or you can go directly to Krishna temple and eat some prasada while you talk about Transcendental meditation, AND ITS FREE! They will tell you all about it. It is just concentrating your mind on ABSOLUTE TRUTH! Most of you now him as God! you can find out yourselves, He himself explains it in Bhagavad gita!

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General Discussion / Re: new job, kratom, and iboga
« on: February 02, 2011, 02:42:35 PM »
Tell me about it! I used plain kratom for a year row, and before that I had been sober for 6 months:( One time  my vendor sent me some kind of extract(1kg),when it was supposed to be plain leaf!!! First time I took like 10g of that stuff, and it knocked me out  ::) The whole bag lasted quite long(and my partner used it too), like two months or something. Well they banned it here, so I had to move to harder drugs(mostly subs). And I got it from health center too, for like 1 1/2years. well I weaned it off little by little to 1 1/2mg then switched to kratom tincture. I took it for 2 weeks, then a day off and (supposed to be) flood dose of RB. It helped some of the WD, but I guess I had suffered the most when I tried to mellow them with kratom...

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General Discussion / Re: new job, kratom, and iboga
« on: December 02, 2010, 06:13:53 AM »
I was thinking of two weeks of kratom,after I have dropped subs to zero, and after kratom 24h and flood dose...

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General Discussion / Re: Need vendor recommendations
« on: December 02, 2010, 06:03:33 AM »
Hi,
IMHO kratom can be very addicting, but if you have tolerance to opiates, it will help withdrawal. Ofcourse quality varies, but I used to get good leaves from PAH, and their prices aren't bad too;) I remember they have some caapi too, and lots of other herbs!
PS. in my experience tea from kratom isn't very effective, you should either chew it, or eat finely powdered. I wonder what alcohol tincture would be like ???

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Introductions / Re: HI all!
« on: November 30, 2010, 04:16:31 AM »
It isn't controlled in any way here, well in theory I guess. I have wrote them e-mail and even a letter to get some kind of answer what happened to my HCl, but surprise, I haven't got any real answers from them, and they emptied my packet over two months ago, then sent me the empty envelope(well there was some sticker inside, that wasn't supposed to be in there, as I found out later) >:(
I gotta try calling them if I find the number...

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Introductions / Re: HI all!
« on: November 29, 2010, 09:08:08 AM »
WOW, that's quite much wood to eat, but I quess I could handle it. I have a capsulating machine and empty capsules(00-size), and I have had all kinds off tasty stuff like san pedro, syrian rue, ayahuasca, and 15g of rootbark without capsules  ???
And I am from Finland, but we all live "in" the same organism.

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Introductions / Re: HI all!
« on: November 28, 2010, 12:55:50 PM »
I haven't had time to read the religion stuff yet, too many projects going on simultaneously. IMHO religion is something that every individual has to find out themselves what to believe in, not something you can teach or tell someone how or what to believe, and GOD is something we can learn to know little by little , if we want to.I believe there is go(o)dness in everbody/thing,'cos we can create  anything we want, if enough people believe in  same. If money is what you believe in, money is what you will get, if you do something about it! And yeah, I have been addicted to money for about twenty years, to nicotine a decade(now 1 and 1/2 years clean of that shit), nearly same time to pot and half a decade to buprenorfine, so I could use some ibogaine, but as I wrote earlier, customs emptied my packet without legal reason, fucking assholes >:( wondering if I'll ever get it back, and I had been saving money for months to get a dose for me and my friend. I tried RB two years ago, and managed to be a week off drugs. After that I have started suboxone "treatment", graduated from gardening school, and am now learning how to start my own bussiness= my own garden of eden :)

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Introductions / Re: HI all!
« on: November 26, 2010, 06:36:08 AM »
Can you imagine (just like Lennon song) the world without money, all the potential, when there's no money to rule and limit, all the things you can do...

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Introductions / Re: HI all!
« on: November 26, 2010, 05:18:46 AM »
Hi again, I am a gardener from Finland, according to newsweek, the best country in the world:/ And still I can't afford to buy food I should eat, or warm house to live in, nor electric car or horse so I wouldn't pollute the world  when I have to move around. It's a rich mans world as abba song... We are brainwashed by banks to believe it. Society can afford the suboxone they give me to keep "out of drugs", and the same time society can afford customs to confiscate medicine that could cure me. really weird! But seriously, we have the resources to make world better place, no matter what it "costs"! Check out the ZEITGEIST movement and the VENUS project!
peace and love to you all   

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Introductions / HI all!
« on: November 25, 2010, 01:51:47 PM »
so the story begins when people were told they "need" money to survive, obviously that was a lie... And the world went insane!

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