[ibogaine] pain patients on ibogaine

Tommy tgoodson7 at cox.net
Sun Aug 1 11:59:16 EDT 2004


Hello,

Tommy Goodson is not able to respond at this time because of sickness.

Sorry,

James Goodson, brother
----- Original Message ----- 
From: <HSLotsof at aol.com>
To: <ibogaine at mindvox.com>
Sent: Tuesday, July 27, 2004 11:17 AM
Subject: Re: [ibogaine] pain patients on ibogaine


>
> In a message dated 7/27/04 5:49:10 AM, ptpeet at nyc.rr.com writes:
>
> >    I know someone who is about to do some sitting for someone else I
know,
> >and was wondering if there was something posted somewhere, some sort of
> >guidelines/advice for sitters. She would like to better know what she's
> >in for as a sitter, what her responsibilities are and might be, and what
she
> >should be looking out for as a sitter. Barring something posted already,
> >perhaps someone can give some suggestions here that I can pass on to my
> >friend.
>
> Preston,
>
> If you are a responsible sitter, it is a lot of work.  Your job is to
observe
> and care for the patient.  That is a 24/7 job and if it is only one person
> that means they are there full time.  Taking pulse and blood pressure
> periodically and on any occasion the patient does not appear well is in
order.  Knowing
> what you are doing helps.  That is you have some prior experience in
observing
> ibogaine treated patients.  Help patients get to the bathroom or move if
they
> have to during the ataxic period.  If an emergency of any kind should
arise,
> don't hesitate to call EMS.
>
> For the patient, drink lots of water for two days prior to ibogaine
therapy.
> You want to be well hydrated.  Though not drinking for four hours prior to
> administration is also a good idea in my opinion except for the liquid
which is
> used to swallow the capsules of ibo if that is the form taken.
>
> Most patients will not want to eat or drink for a good long time after
taking
> ibogaine.  I think the sitter should try to get the subject to drink
> water/juice/liquids sixteen to twenty hours after administration.  This is
just a
> hydration issue and I am sure there are a lot of opinions on this which I
would be
> very glad to hear.
>
> Howard
>
>
>
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