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Micro-Dosing / Re: iboga & coffee enema microdosing
« on: October 15, 2014, 03:01:02 PM »
Something to say about this synergetic combo. I finished my microdose schedule of about 1 gram Iboga tea with average of 3 spoons black coffee and some grey sea salt.

I only took it every other day, my protocol was to see if I was ready for the next dose and only then to administer it.

The effects were in general a phase of detox immediately after the procedure. This lasted 1 or 2 hours. Mostly shivers and a few times mild sensation of nausea/ reduced apetie. After that a pronounced presence of Iboga. Some days I felt really great, others a lapse of buried feelings like trapped emotions.

For me the difference between oral comsumption was that I didn't wanted to lie down and sleep all the time, instead I had plenty of energy.

Danger of addiction was zero I would say. Overall this is a combo that is not suited for multiple times a day. Ofcourse, it's what I tried the last day, since I had some left and didn't want to keep it since it got too old, or at least so I reasoned. So I took a second enema during the day, but before noon, and got in a really terrible state of just too much overwhelming feelings, trapped emotions again... In the end I could sleep at night, so it wasn't too bad. But if you go over 1 time a day, be prepared for some serious encounter.

Another method of preparing was I found to be less time consuming, just boil a gram of rootbark in the amount of water you want to use plus some extra to compensate everaporation. For about 30 minutes and with a tiny amount of vinegar. Then after boiling add the coffee and optional salt and let it cool overnight, next morning reheat and administer...

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Micro-Dosing / Re: iboga & coffee enema microdosing
« on: September 25, 2014, 06:17:30 AM »
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may i ask you though - what about the acidity? i have been bombarded in the last two weeks with synchronicities about the fact that in the western world our PH value of our body tends towards the acidic spectrum and this is the breeding ground for illness. and i have tried to cut down on coffee since it shares a place on the top of the list of acidic every day foods/beverages.

From what I gathered this is a bit more complex than simple acid/ base pH... The stomach tends to be very acidic and this will aid in both digestion as well protection. The blood on the other hand tends to be a bit base. And probably various organs, tracts or vessels have their own pH enviroment.

And more than that, it's a balance of various salts. So a somewhat more complicated mineral balance.

Just to eat as natural as possible and avoid all processed foods. That should do the trick. Choices of various amounts of this and that will add to the healthyness...

If anyone has more info on this, I would be glad to take notice...

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i do not have a high opinion of coffee enemas.

at one point, i used them daily, even 4-5 times daily.
but that led to a new kind of addiction to caffeine, worse even than from drinking coffee.

and the whole withdrawal stage from it made me feel very low.

My experience is to take it easy. Too much is never okay and in combination with iboga it's easy to take too much. Please take care trying this.

It's an option if oral iboga gives too much side effects, so when microdosing you end up throwing up your food... That sort of stuff.

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Micro-Dosing / iboga & coffee enema microdosing
« on: September 24, 2014, 07:27:36 AM »
Hi there,

because oral microdosing has some problems down here, I started to do microdose enemas. And since I was doing coffee enemas I tried to combine both, see what how that went.

Times I did this combo now were very rewarding. Not only did I feel the iboga for the whole day when done in the morning, also the coffee seemed to be boosted by the iboga, resulting in a thorough cleanse.

The recipe is boil iboga rootbark with a little acid for 2 times of 1 hour. Then evaporate till it's between 500 ml and 1 liter, anything that will enable you to dose it carefully. I make a solution of 10 grams on 500 ml water...

The whole mix consists of 3 or 4 tablespoons black coffee, a pinch of celtic sea salt and the iboga solution. When I add the iboga, take about 1 gram and it's important to keep in mind that done this way you need less for the same effect.

When done in the morning with 1 gram iboga solution, it will last the whole day.

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Eboka Talk / Iboga water infusion, hot or cold with or without acid?
« on: July 16, 2014, 07:03:02 AM »
The topic title more or less covers the question here. What's the best way to prepare a water infusion of iboga? I already tried the ayahuasca cooking method on it. So cooking it with a little acid for a few hours, then boiling it down to a concentration.

But I am wondering if this causes loss of alkaloids and if I should try cold water infusion instead, or maybe first cold water then boiling and very gently evaporate water...

Also if tannines can be removed with egg white filtration.

Anyone done this before?

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Eboka Talk / Re: breathing troubles / low energy iboga
« on: July 16, 2014, 06:58:23 AM »
Thank you. It makes senses what you say. The comparison with your experience does shed some light on it. When I stopped microdosing due to heavy fatigue I noticed my nostrils still had a tendency to close. It is probably due to allergy which is more pronounced with iboga.

Fatigue became so acute I spent like 2 hours a day more or less sleeping. It does bring out some collected fatigue. But it was so heavy I had to drag myself like a bag of sand all day. I quit microdosing because of it. Yet I may have found a way around this...

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Eboka Talk / breathing troubles / low energy iboga
« on: July 10, 2014, 11:19:05 AM »
Hi there,

recently I did a flood and the place was a bit dusty. After about 14 grams I couldn't breathe anymore through my nostrils. Because of that I had to stop taking more and had some difficulty with breathing. Had to breathe through my mouth for quite some time. Afterwards this subsided, but I still wonder if the iboga actually made the nostrils close down.

Besides that I'm very low on energy now. When I lay down and get up I usually need to go under the shower to get a bit liveliness back into the limbs. I want to lay down and sleep on top of nights one to two hours during day. Microdosing seems to encourage this, but I have to test by stopping it for a few days..

Anybody has some comment to this?

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Eboka Talk / Re: CYP2D6 metabolites
« on: June 04, 2013, 12:55:57 PM »
Ah you think I must be crazy... that may be true.

Yet there is an important point to this and that's the following: If you're on heroin and have little or no CYP2D6, you're not going to be able to get off with Iboga, that's for sure. In fact being a poor CYP2D6 metaboliser and on heroin will be a fucking nightmare in all respects.

So for those people, there is this simple and effective solution: When preparing for a flood, eat lot's of liver. That will help build up the neccessary concentration of enzymes and that enables the possibility to get off.

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And for my previous post possible rant theory: What's the relationship between opiates and ibogain? Both are metabolised by CYP2D6, so what's the connection? The hunch underlying my reasoning is this: CYP2D6 is connected with those compounds that establish well-being. And to add, there are possibly multiple enzymes that are related and deal with both external and internal compounds.

When I did my first flood this year, afterward I couldn't sleep badly and had those incredible cravings for tabacco, marihuana and coca. Now tabacco and marihuana where not a real problem, but a little bit of coca and my heart started to race like crazy. I felt like going into cardiac arrest or whatever you may call it, having a heart attack - it was a very painful as well. I spent a few hours being very very uncomfortable and disstressed by my heart that raced whenever I didn't actively spent intention on it to be relaxed.

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Eboka Talk / Re: CYP2D6 metabolites
« on: June 03, 2013, 09:10:38 AM »
Assessing it for a while, a few observations came to me:

* the metabolisation of compounds related to the issue with low CYP2D6 may express itself as having trouble coping with 'feelings in the gut'. Prime example for me is getting a bad vibe from external source and not being able to get over it, having it last up to weeks at a time. Normally somebody is able to get over it in a matter of hours or a few days. I am inclined to assert this is due to CYP2D6 and related enzymes, they are responsible for metabolising those compounds that makes one feel okay.

* there is a back-up mechanism that allows the body to cope with enduring discomfort due to the liver being unable to metabolise compounds, but this mechanism only springs into action when the situation gets dire. It's the nature of the back-up system. So if you experience enduring situations of tormenting 'feelings in the gut', to the point you cannot do else but lie and... suffer, that's what I'm talking about.

So...

there may be a solution. You need to ingest liver-enzymes from external source. The most easy to fix and cheapest solution is to start eating animal liver. Yes, no vegetarian options left here. But from what I've experienced past few weeks, this works. It's thing to start eating meat, but eating animal liver, that's on another level alltogether. Yet I propose this as serious solution. Do take livers from animals that had a good life without antibiotics. Nobody likes to eat those parts, so they're cheap to come but.

I notice that those feelings in the gut do go away now. And I start to feel nice. Can't tell how much I missed that, it's only now I start to notice what was missing. Things get comfortable when the liver can do it's job to the fullest.

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General Discussion / Re: small talk topic
« on: May 11, 2013, 09:09:57 AM »
Well I love Guayusa.

It's such a nice plant to use. Right now I make cold water extract from it. My guess is there are a lot of compounds that are destroyed by heating those leaves. Anyway drinking this extract feels very good.

Some Amazon Indians use it for purging as well. They drink lot's of it and then start to vomit. At the start of the day, this gives a very good feel afterward.

Guayusa is a caffein plant from the Ilex genus (just as yerba mate). It contains theobromine as well. It can be used as a substitute for coffee. I don't like drinking coffee, green tea I do sometimes, but guayusa is really wonderful.

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General Discussion / small talk topic
« on: May 11, 2013, 09:06:20 AM »
Man! Gonna have a smalltalk topic here. Basically you can drop *anything* here. The stuff that you want to say, from the heart, but doesn't need a new topic... So just don't preach. That's it.

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General Discussion / Re: black magie,sorcellerie.....
« on: May 09, 2013, 07:20:01 PM »
Iboga leaves the mind reliably in tact. During a flood it's possible to think, speak and make decisions in a full clarity. Ayahuasca is more mind altering. Thinking straight or talking clear? The state is much more susceptible to any kind of suggestion or whatever.

So I find this thought not very stange. Though I neither believe that all nganga's are saints and never do anything but selfless interest.

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General Discussion / Re: Troublesome life coming back after Iboga
« on: May 04, 2013, 09:37:33 AM »
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~ "People suffer because they are caught in their views. As soon as we release those views, we are free and we don't suffer anymore." ~

~ "Mindfulness helps you go home to the present. And every time you go there and recognize a condition of happiness that you have, happiness comes." ~

Thank you for these. These are especially helpful to what we're discussing here, right now.

To understand that those views goes much deeper than just the cognitive aspect. Lessons as these go to their extremes in order to completely break down the make-up that has been imprinted throughout present day life...

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Was iboga a tough experience for you? Ive found that doing ayahuasca has taken me to extremely dark places where I felt very strong negative energy, not a place I ever wanna see again but I seem to get it alot.  I know iboga is very powerful, so was your trip pretty dark? Its one thing thats kept me from actually doing it right now

Iboga was tough and painful on all levels. I had pain I never dared possible. Yet the toughest part was to start taking the spoons. Once I got into that there was some kind of relief in the experience that make it all bearable.

If I may share one insight: Forget about the details. Trying to explain your condition by means of the details of events will vex you even further. With people. just state it as plain as possible.

Then, if you're about the drink the cup of Ayahuasca or take a first spoon of Iboga and at the same time all hell breaks loose around you: drink the cup or take the spoon nonetheless. There is no escape, just a passing through.

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General Discussion / Re: Troublesome life coming back after Iboga
« on: May 03, 2013, 02:38:18 PM »
Well I'm no stranger to some things you describe. I've had some occasions that out of the blue some stranger started taking out shit on me, like what you describe about those kids. To many people this reads as comical, but if you're in this all the time it's more like demonical. Like playing chess with someone or something that is infinitely smarter and knows all your possible moves.

The only weapon I have found effective against this, besides Kambo, is to dig really deep. Responsibilty for both conscious and unconscious decisions lie with oneself. So if you get in shit against all odds everytime, there is something...

So besides doing Kambo, the thing that brought me the most insight into this 'condition' is to dig deep. Where you get most resistance, that's were you'll find the most. Just be careful not to have it collapse all on you, dig with care and with viciousness.

And then there is initiation. Don't blame it on yourself, but the current state of affairs on our planet demands it and those who can bear the most will have it.

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The Muse / Re: Dune - Frank Herbert
« on: May 02, 2013, 02:02:12 PM »
Hey Calaquendi, nice summary you wrote.  :)

Quote from: Calaquendi
Two main Schools of Thought (as it were) are at the van of human consciousness at this era in history.

There is a third school as well. They are called 'Mentats'. In short they are people trained to act as a human computer. But not as a simple calculator of logic, but as individuals trained in digesting large amounts of data and arrive at patterns that go beyond logic. To do this they have a 'naive mind', which is cultivated.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mentat


In the first novel duke Leto Atreides has Thufir Hawat as mentat. He basically advises the duke on enterprises in a way to assess it in all possible aspects and vantage points.

In later novels there are many others of this school. In Heretics & Chapterhouse Herbert goes into details on the way in  which a mentat's minds work. It works with generating projections on the basis of vasts amounts of data. These projections are not simple answers to questions, but the revealing of patterns that underlie and proceed from the initial questions. One question gives many others, and in this way one can arrive at a projection.
Basically this seems to me as a construct on the basis of data that serves to be the most accurate possible. So very interesting, because this is holistic reasoning. No linear cause and effect, but complex networks of things, events and possiblites linked together.

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  I think the real point of this thread is how art imitates Life, and/or vice versa. The plausibility of such a story is really undeniable if once we let our imaginations go -  and an artist of Herbert's order is nothing short of a wizard. How many times has science fiction become science fact?  ??? Many, many times...

If I were a woman, then I would start the Bene Gesserit...  ;)

I have asked myself many times, when do people arrive with those abilities Herbert describes? Sometimes I think they are already here.

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General Discussion / Re: transform sexual energy
« on: May 02, 2013, 09:23:20 AM »
I do not know much about it. Have read a lot though, but all those books never gave me any real advice to work with. But there are some things I want to share:

* Keep a calender and mark the days you ejaculate. Calculate average and find out what frequency your body wants a -eeh- release.

* Learn to wait until you have sufficient build-up that it is natural to do at least something.

* Use your whole body for stimulation.

* Find the point on perineum from where you can apply pressure onto the prostate gland.

* Feel and contract the prostate gland. It is possible to make it contract and release in a rhythm and this in turn has a lot to do with orgastic experience.

I only got it right once thusfar, but it is possible to have an orgasm without firing the shots. Somehow we guys have a lot of trouble with dealing with sexual energy. Why wouldn't it be natural and instinctive to be able to transform sexual energy?

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