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Eboka Talk / Iboga for Alcohol damage
« Last post by RhythmSpring on July 23, 2019, 01:50:54 PM »
Hi,

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?

Thanks,
RS

PS- Let's get this forum fired up again!
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General Discussion / Re: Freebasing iboga for smoking/vaping?
« Last post by RhythmSpring on May 29, 2019, 03:14:02 PM »
no
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?
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General Discussion / Found a legit supplier in Cameroon
« Last post by moyshekapoyre on May 29, 2019, 10:27:44 AM »
In case anyone is interested, his name is Nguimfack. It's good potent bark. Not sure if he sells small qty but 1kg was $1300 + shipping which was like $100. Took me a while to find this guy. nguimfackrodric@yahoo.com

(I checked the sticky post about sourcing and it said as long as it's legal in the country mentioned it's ok to post about it)
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General Discussion / Freebasing iboga for smoking/vaping?
« Last post by moyshekapoyre on May 29, 2019, 10:23:47 AM »
Hey has anyone tried this? I have had good luck just smoking bark powder. About to freebase some and see if that makes it a better smoke. Just wondering because I don't see anyone else mentioning this...
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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.
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General Discussion / Vivid hallucinations regarding how and when going to die
« Last post by zingdoozer on May 20, 2019, 05:27:31 AM »
I had a friend who had Iboga over the weekend and she’s been having constant and vivid hallucinations regarding her death ie when and how she’s going to die and she’s been finding it very scary.

I was wondering if anyone might have advice on how to deal with this?
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Micro-Dosing / Microdosing hangover?
« Last post by Jandeman on April 07, 2019, 09:42:43 AM »
Hey everyone,

I have been microdosing ibogaine hcl and bark root for a month. I started this because sertraline, a ssri, left me with total emptiness and anhedonia. I totally lost who I was. The microdosing was very beneficial, I felt like myself way more again and felt hope again. Now after quitting for a week,i felt fine for the first 5 days of quitting. The 6th day i started to feel worse and on the 7th day all hell broke loose. I now feel extremely extremely depressed, scared and sort wakefull and hopelles, its worse than i ever experienced before. It's like every second is this insane suffering. I also can't lay down comfortable, just a feeling if i am in withdrawal or something. I had some sort of a same reaction when i quit the zoloft, this took months to go away. This time it feels even worse. I feel very scared that because iboga is a ssri i am reacting badly on this just as with the zoloft. And that months of suffering through withdrawal are waiting for me. Maybe my system already went haywire because of the zoloft and now my brain isn't capable of handling the ssri effect that stops. I really feel like i am on an extreme mdma comedown all the time, does anyone have any idea what is happenning?
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Introductions / Re: Greetings
« Last post by Rintrah on March 13, 2019, 08:02:51 PM »
It may be dead, but there's still a lot of good info here.
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Suggestions & Comments / Re: Why is Eboka Dying?
« Last post by eigenlicht on March 10, 2019, 11:16:02 PM »
In complete agreement Ali!
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Introductions / Greetings
« Last post by eigenlicht on March 10, 2019, 11:14:05 PM »
Hi,

Seems like this lovely forum has been pretty much dead, but I really hope not!  The raw honesty, humor, and brave empiricism I've seen here has been such a valuable resource to me.  Behind the layers of forum anonymity I can really sense a deep level of groundedness that most flood veterans must have attained (which is maybe also a function of the shit they had to get through in life to consider an iboga flood as a viable option), at least compared to pretty much every other entheogen community.

As for my story, it's not written yet, but I hope that iboga will soon help me work through a morass of obsessive-compulsive, depressive, addictive, and purpose-adjacent habits that have plagued me for more than half my life.  For now, I'm laying groundwork with Kambo and Vipassana meditation.

Cheers.
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