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Introductions / Re: Help!! Trying to kick Subs. & prepare for a Flood
« on: June 21, 2013, 03:41:47 PM »
I did not get to read all your post, but seen enough about the subs, and kratom.

That is actually the route I went. First sub's, then kratom, then home free.
You are ok with the kratom and benzo's.
I actually think that is a good way to get off sub's/methadone for a time period while planning for your flood.
I just wanted to get that out there as hopefully it helps you.

Will read the rest of your posts in a bit.

Introductions / Re: Flooding this Friday
« on: June 18, 2013, 10:38:02 PM »
Good luck buddy ;-)
Prepare well and you will get all you need.

Eboka Chat / Re: Irc channel that Greatfuldad posted
« on: June 12, 2013, 05:04:46 PM »
Hey Beholder.
Give me a pm when you are on there sometime.
I would like to chat.

I havebeen on there before as well but I was the only one.

Introductions / Re: Hi Eboka!
« on: June 12, 2013, 05:03:44 PM »
Welcome JoJo.
I look forward to seeing you grow with "Le Dubois Sacre" ...I think that is how they write in Franch :-)
Best of luck

Eboka Journals / Re: 12 hours until flood
« on: June 12, 2013, 04:39:05 PM »
Your about 24 hours in Kbud.
I feel the change.
Stay positive and put in your part. You are coming home my man!

Eboka Journals / Re: Locked and loaded; Guidance please
« on: June 11, 2013, 02:10:30 PM »
Best of luck.
My advice would be to take enough.
I know myself sometimes it starts kickin in..and it's like ohhh sheet, and then we may not take sufficient.
Don't be scared to take ALL of your planned dose, and maybe even plan a bit more.

Eboka Journals / Re: 12 hours until flood
« on: June 11, 2013, 02:07:51 PM »
Best of luck man.
Make this time, the time.

Don't kid yourself. No you can't do that once you area addict.
I have known a bunch of addicts and none of them ever went on to be a "casual" user once addicted, even after iboga.

Compost Pile / Re: Coming Clean
« on: June 11, 2013, 01:54:47 AM »
Hello Alexandra.

I can understand coming clean from.
I was in a similar situation (he is on what? etc.).
I myself would tell someone asap and get it out there, I know that lifted a big weight off my shoulders. *This is considering you do want to quit of course.
I didn't catch in this post if you are considering the sacred iboga to help you quit, or are looking for some support.Either way it's cool and you are in the right spot.

It sounds like you have always helped people...they will be more than happy to support you when that time comes for you.

We all fuck up ever once in a while. You are no less because of's just an experience you have to go through and then move on.

Wishing you all the best in your journey and look forward to seeing you around.

Introductions / Re: introduction from TS
« on: June 09, 2013, 10:20:37 PM »
Hello Truthseeker.
It sounds like you are really dedicated to finally doing this and making some great process.
Easy does it, consistency is more important than speed with M as you have seen.

From a treatment standpoint, stick around and read and gobble up all the info you can on this forum and ask questions.
From there is $ is an issue I would try and find someone experienced to sit for you. Maybe even offer some $ so they could possibly travel to come and treat you. This would allow you to get what you need at a lower price fee and from from your city/home.
For the ugly M, I imagine you will need a top level dose for both kicking it out and really coming out the other side with your mind reset.
If your test are good to go of course...

Best of luck

Announcements, News & Events / Re: Iboga seeds
« on: June 07, 2013, 03:22:53 AM »
Hello Beholder.
Good job on getting some s33ds growing!

I sent you a PM with the directions for contacting RSB.
Hopefully that helps you get in contact with them ok.

Introductions / Re: beat generation
« on: June 06, 2013, 01:54:20 AM »
If you don't mind, where are located Interzone?
You can pm me if you like.

The benzo's are great to pass, sounds like you are still fighting and there is light at the end of the tunnel.

I have worked with the medicine recently as well. I love that it is related to Iboga.
Burns like a mofo.
I will kicking my legs like a dog in water from the sting. Thanks Obama!

In cerealnous it kicked out a sinus problem/infection that was coming on.
I only did it once about 12 hours into a sinus issue. It released the phlegm in the front of the forehead as seen in the description and 24 hours later I was good to go.
Nothing has never done that for me. Usually it leads to much harsher things like antibiotics.
I am hoping my father who has chronic issues will be open to taking it the next time his sinus issues come around. mood has improved much.
I like them.

Thanks  Kambogahuascanga!

Eboka Journals / Re: On the Move
« on: June 05, 2013, 03:23:55 AM »
Dude, don't go.
You are invaluable here.
What would Eboka do?
I don't want to offend, but you were called here and have to be an example. You are in that position now.
If you don't want to hear that, sorry.
Tough love.
We love you here as you speak truth, like Eboka!

Hello JackTripper. Cool post but I most respectfully disagree with the article.

I bet if you asked most "ayahuasceros" they would say they are "curanderos" too.

Names are something other humans give humans. They are not names the plants give us.
It doesn't matter what it says on your business card.
Healers should be called "leaders" as they facilitate healing...I don't think they actually heal, they lead us to healing.

I get what you are saying...but really who can heal us? I don't think anyone person can heal us.
All a healer can do is guide us to heal ourselves.
Why? Because the plants heal us.
The leaders provide the "setting" and allow the plants to heal us.

Now...if you are living in a place where there is a lot of plant medicine healing going would have a different perspective. It sounds like you may be near the Amazon.
Visitors could come in looking for an "ayahuascero" or a "palero," or if you don't like politicians you would most likely look for a "brujo." :-) , and that would give a different perspective.

I could be wrong, but I don't think anyone has the power to heal another *without* the spirit/person healing themselves.

If I was sick and didn't want to be you think someone could heal me? I Doubt it***. 
The person has to want to be healed...I think.

Then again, what do I know :-)

*** = Unless it was a VERY special healer which I imagine most of these healers are not available for a fee...

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