Psychedelic transitions, cures or suggestions while you trip..

Posted: June 22, 2015 in Uncategorized

Psychedelic transitions, cures or suggestions while you trip..

If we as humans have a bad day and worry about something…during sleep we may dream it.
When some one is high or doing wrong to a degree of paranoia , we suffer the worry of things we don’t want to happen…
This power of suggestion controls our dreams and worries.( to worry is wasted energy) we suffer the consequences of things that haven’t even happened ( and may not happen) as if they did !
In the countries , back rooms and illegal(in USA) ceremony Dens , where the administration of this Hallucination concoction ( not all are mixed the same) is taking place , a coach ( who you usually PAY$ ) puts your mind in a place of suggestion before during and after you experience hallucination horrible sickness, physically and mentally , Vomit, Diarea & both…symptoms of food/or similar poisoning A VERY HORRIBE EXPERIENCE . THERE IS A REASON ITS ILLEGAL.
This is tripping, just like LSD and other lysergic acids , and hallucinogens of the 60s.
The success rate is undocumented and unproven. The failure rate is even suggested as a possibility by your ” coach” as a means of getting you back for multiple ( Costly )treatments. If there were any relevance to anything other than the powers of suggestion during hallucination, you would see research being done hare and around the world.
I wanted to do it at one point, thinking I was so bad I needed radical treatment. After much research ( what I do ) I found this is not only a horrible tripping drug…it’s also not science by any means, as well as quite a $cam…
Oh yea , I failed to mention ( nor will they ) Many have DIED from this ! These people are con men… …DONT DO IT !

Ibogaine (12-Methoxyibogamine) is a naturally occurring psychoactive substance found in a number of plants, principally in a member of the Apocynaceae family known as iboga. In recent times, it has been identified as having anti-addictive properties. It is a highly controlled substance in the United States. It is classified by the FDA as a Schedule I drug, meaning that it is not available to the general public. Anyone legally seeking this drug would have to travel to one of the countries where it is available, such as Canada.

Ibogaine is thought to interrupt addiction to methadone, heroin, other opiates, alcohol, methamphetamine, and cocaine. The most studied therapeutic effect of ibogaine is the reduction or elimination of addiction to opiods. An integral effect is the alleviation of symptoms of opiod withdrawal by its action on the kappa and mu opiod receptors in the brain. It has an aspect of an opiate replacement similar to compounds like methadone (this is distinctly different from Suboxone treatment.) It can only be used briefly because of its significant side effect profile. Thus, it is always linked to a “rapid detox program.” It also appears to act as a selective serotonin re-uptake inhibitor like many of the newer anti-depressants on the market today (like Prozac, Paxil, Zoloft, Lexapro, etc.)

Ibogaine is not the “magic pill” everyone is looking for. The programs that use ibogaine as part of their “rapid detox program” also recommend “intensive counseling, therapy and aftercare treatment” which they classify as having “significant value” in the person’s overall program. They go on to say “some individuals require a second or third treatment session with ibogaine over the course of the next 12-18 months.” They also go on to say, “A minority of individuals relapse completely into opiate addiction within days to weeks.” So ibogaine is a drug treatment that must be used over a short period of time because of its side effect profile, and the individual must have extensive counseling and follow up aftercare for there to be any chance of continued sobriety.

The side effect profile is huge, thus the risk of taking the drug is enormous. The side effects of taking ibogaine are as follows:
#1 Sensation of fear
#2 Temporary short-term memory impairment
#3 Ataxia (difficulty standing or walking)
#4 Xerostomia (dry mouth)
#5 Nausea and vomiting
#6 Cardiac arrhythmias (atrial & ventricular – some potentially fatal)
#7 Brain damage

#8 Death


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