[ibogaine] morphine vs oxycodone vs methadone

crownofthorns at hushmail.com crownofthorns at hushmail.com
Sun Jun 22 22:37:31 EDT 2003


Preston you sound good bro :-) I'm happy things are working out for you.
Brett are you alive bro? How are you doing out there? If all the fine
tuning which pill you're taking does not work out a full blown head cleansing
with ibo might be a good way to get back to thinking things through more
:-) 

Peace out,
Curtis


On Thu, 19 Jun 2003 00:13:45 -0700 preston peet <ptpeet at nyc.rr.com> wrote:
>Carla asked how things went at my visit, so here's a brief run-down:
>
>Though he made a point to inform me that many people when looking
>at me
>first off might naturally suspect that I am "into drugs" and would
>therefore
>hesitate to prescribe me narcotic pain relievers, the pain specialist
>I
>wound up seeing today after yet another silly teeny bit of drama
>along the "how the
>heck am I paying for this again?" lines, he went ahead and increased
>the
>dose of my normal pain script to the level I've found works best
>even though
>it was just over double the dose being prescribed until today (and
>I wrote
>the true amount of what I've been taking, and when he remarked on
>it while
>looking over the info I told him point blank it was more than prescribed,

> to which he
>responded with, "is that why your doctor sent you here," completely
>understanding the "DEA causes unneeded stress and strain, to much
>to justify
>its existence damn it" way of things.;-))
>    So, the point of this is that I feel like a huge weight has
>been lifted
>from my mind, not to mention all the hurting areas. He not only
>increased my
>dose, but prescribed a couple of other things that should do me
>a world of
>good, allowing me to finally once again sit here for hours upon
>hours typing
>and phoning and scribbling and the rest of the stuff I do when writing
>one
>screed or the other, instead of the very brief spurts I've only
>been able to
>manage as of late.
>
>And now as I reach the beginning of a new day, I can say that yes
>indeed, I've been helped remarkably well, and my pain has for now
>receded into the background. This guy was a blessing. I'm almost
>feeling as though I dreamed him or something.;-))
>Peace,
>Preston
>
>  ----- Original Message ----- 
>  From: Carla Barnes 
>  To: ibogaine at mindvox.com 



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