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Eboka Journals / Re: A Divine experince (paragraphed )
« on: March 13, 2017, 10:28:18 PM »
Beautiful. Thank you.

Eboka Journals / Re: My Divine Experince
« on: March 13, 2017, 10:22:30 PM »
Beautiful reading your experience Brother. Thank you for sharing!

Introductions / Re: Reddit sent me here. Hi guys!
« on: February 23, 2017, 04:25:04 PM »
I think that iboga can definitely help with anxiety. Since from my own experience with anxiety and addiction, it is due to some form of blockage/denial, which these medicines can allow us to process. Cure is not the word, you partake in a relationship with the medicine. I honestly think that psilocybin can work wonders too.

I would also add breathwork to the list, moving prana/chi as well, which will help you process blockages:

and ground the work. 

Eboka Talk / Re: Intro/Strong warning to breastfeeding mothers!
« on: February 23, 2017, 04:18:58 PM »
Wow, thank you for sharing this warning. First off, I think its great that you are breast feeding and having a natural connection with your child, lucky baby!

Yeah, the size of the baby and the fact that multiple feedings were ramping up the dose for the baby each time, due to the long half life of noribogaine (and whatever else) with ibogaine is what is so dangerous. Definitely a NO-NO, and glad your baby is OK.


I have heard that it is not as inexpensive as I thought, like not cheaper than HCL from Iboga bark and there are wholesale suppliers.
Was not aware of anti-addiction properties of voacanga, and I see there are. Very Interesting. It seems that at the same level of grams of raw bark, iboga is 'stronger'.
Do not see any experience reports using extracted voacangine either, that would also be interesting.

Mushrooms I have recently heard can be great as well, at least for alcohol.

I talked to GITA, and they told me that there are providers of Ibogaine HCL derived from Voacanga Africana out there. But they deal with larger quantities for clinics, rather than individual users.
I presume that the cost is going to be lower than Ibogaine HCL derived from iboga bark, but not sure how much cheaper. Will find out soon.

Chris Jenks supplied a better more low-tech guide to produce Ibogaine from the readily available Voacanga Africana. This helps with sustainability of iboga plant, and can provide a much cheaper means to produce ibogaine.

Eboka Talk / Re: Help People Find Sitters
« on: July 06, 2016, 06:18:33 PM »
I think this is a great idea too. I would strongly suggest to also urge sitters to read or at least review the main parts of this document, dealing with the risks, preparation and what to be aware of when using iboga/TA/ibogaine:

This is a great resource for sitters and clinics, compiled by experts and providers in the community.

Micro-Dosing / Re: Microdosing conflicting information
« on: June 02, 2016, 11:20:00 AM »
I know that Alexandra Lost mentioned how small amounts of iboga can act homeopathically, and sounds like you are using very small amounts as well.
You mentioned that you are on week 2. Did you notice this crash effect right from the beginning, or did you start noticing it as the days went by?
I'm wondering if shortening the microdosing cycle might be a solution.

UPDATE: What has happened is I've undergone a spiritual purification in which I've been purged of so much egoic ideas, beliefs and attachments that I have been transformed. I'm still undergoing this though, the intensity of the suffering dropped a great deal but situations and events come up which force me to face things I'd been repressing for years, everything I had been running from, the things I had banished to my shadow, its all surfacing so it can be released/alchemised. Its all guided  :)

Beautiful. Yes, from my experience with my addictions, from substances like Alcohol in the past, to dissociation into distracted states like obsessing over a project Im working on, is related to something I am not willing to feel, or see a different way. These behaviors cover that up. Traumas from childhood, preverbal, even ancestral that gets passed down can be a cause of this, but can be healed, if we are willing to be present with love and self compassion with these uncomfortable states to process them as you say so eloquently. It seems to me a lot of my issues are related to unhealthy, or outmoded attachments. Attachments to outmoded beliefs and ideas, attachments created in childhood that were not healthy (familial & societal)  to my individuation into maturity and healthy self love and autonomy. The ego seems to be a protection mechanism that steps up to keep us safe until we are willing to grow and express ourselves as we are truly meant to.

Eboka Talk / Re: The 2016 Global Ibogaine Conference thread
« on: April 09, 2016, 12:55:14 PM »
One thing I really rue is missing out to work with Kambo for the first time, being taught by someone who has great experience synthesizing both medicines (kambo and ibogaine together). There will be another chance to work with with kambo in the future.

Eboka Talk / Re: The 2016 Global Ibogaine Conference thread
« on: April 09, 2016, 12:51:41 PM »

I was booked and paid up to go this conference, but unfortunately was not able to make it. Fortunately Dimitri Mugianis, Andrew Tatarsky and Ken Alper and many others working with ibogaine and related topics were there to give a summary of the conference in NYC, which I was able to make. There was a great energy there. Dana Beale and Howard Lotsoff's wife was there, and she is a sweetheart.

Rintrah, were you able to make it to conference in Mexico? By all accounts I heard it was amazing. What really impresses me is the great work Howard Lotsoff's heir John Dickinson has been doing with these confrerences, building a coherent community across scientific research, psychology, policy/politics and spirituality. The effort he has given to create a document outlining a comprehensive treatment protocol and how to screen for risks and treat patients safely is amazing. Also, especially the attention given to the use of muchcheaper alternatives to produce ibogaine, like synthesizing voacanga africana was given a lot of attention. I guess Chris Jenks and Dennis Mckenna was there to talk about this. That really excites me, as it not only helps with sustainability of the sacred bark, but also would hopefully make it cheaper to have more clinics in Canada and other countries in europe. 

Micro-Dosing / Re: My microdosing progress
« on: February 18, 2016, 11:41:13 AM »
What rythmspring said. Thats what I did. I did a 24 hour fast before hand, but I did cheat and have some vegetarian indian food the day before :-)  If you take alcohol or other drugs, abstain from them if you can a few days to a week before. If you cant, make sure you be off them 24 hours or more pre-flood. Do not have experience with substances like suboxone, so not sure the best protocol with them.

Micro-Dosing / Re: My microdosing progress
« on: February 17, 2016, 12:44:26 PM »
Thanks, yes you are right. There a lot of factors. Definitely preparing for it beforehand goes a long way for better success.

Micro-Dosing / Re: My microdosing progress
« on: February 16, 2016, 05:31:03 PM »
Yes, I can say that a flood would most definitely clear the head! :-)

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