[ibogaine] Re: BACK IN NYC!

Preston Peet ptpeet at nyc.rr.com
Fri Aug 6 12:36:51 EDT 2004

    I know I've heard you use pot in your treatments.
    Do you let people smoke before a session? Is that helpful in calming
someone before the begining of whatever happens when the ibogaine hits? Will
it help keep the nausea I've been hearing about somewhat at bay? Is it safe
to smoke before hand?
    How about during and afterwards? I mean, I've heard many didn't have any
desire to do so, but I like using pot for all kinds of reasons spiritual and
physical, and want to know how it reacts in your from what I understand
quite knowlegable experience in this area.
    Pease respond soon.
Preston (and Marc, I called but you mailbox is full. Guess everyone is
trying to call you. Give me a call as well if you'd like. Or, I'll see you
at noon tomorrow.)
----- Original Message ----- 
From: Sara Glatt
To: ibogaine at mindvox.com
Sent: Friday, August 06, 2004 7:32 AM
Subject: RE: [ibogaine] Re: BACK IN NYC!

Dear Mark,

 Mazal Tov !

If you still have some physical problems, you can take hot showers or bath,
sauna and a lot of water,
Other wise a muscle relaxer can help too.

All the best,


Van: mcorcoran [mailto:mcorcoran27 at yahoo.com]
Verzonden: vrijdag 6 augustus 2004 12:41
Aan: ibogaine at mindvox.com
Onderwerp: [ibogaine] Re: BACK IN NYC!

Hello all and thanks for all of your warm thoughts. The experience was life
changing to say the least and I now have a sense of peace I never even
believed possible. Forgiven, and not in the sense I thought I needed to be,
but more an understanding, a clarity, a new beginning, a totally fresh start
with not only the obsession to use removed but OBSESSION in general removed.
My mom saw me last night for the first time in weeks and cried as soon as
she opened the door so that must say something. I think she said something
like your eyes look like they did when you were a little boy. And the funny
thing is I feel like I'm now seeing through those eyes she talked about. Oh
I'm just still so blown away.  Unfortunately I caught a bug from the water
or ice in Mexico and I'm now on cypro but I'm so fuckin grateful it can't
get me down.
 I wrote a whole big thing on the experience itself but I'll have to wait to
charge my laptop in order to get that out to all of you. But Miraculous is
just about the best word I can come up with this early in the morning. I
will go into detail later but I wanted to let all of you know that it was
more successful than I ever dreamed it would be. I've been traveling for the
past 5 days and just didn't feel like doing much of anything but being with
myself so my bad if anyone was wondering how things worked out. 10 days no
methadone and I feel and look better than I have in years and years.
Preston, call me. 917-405-3768.
As soon as I get this stupid laptop charged I will forward my journal.
Thanks Howard. In my humble opinion, anyone who has been fortunate enough to
have this life changing experience has to give back or at least pass the
word. This is to important to be minimized. Love to all and I'll be in touch
soon. -Mark

Sapphirestardus at aol.com wrote:
Jaden, I think what you said was well put and clear. Basically what you said
is how I feel and how others feel. There will be things you experience on
ibogaine that may feel 'negative' in some way but I know the things inside
me that trigger or motivate me to anesthetize myself  throughout most of my
life are not exactly pleasant. Even if I didn't refer to them as 'demons',
they are going to be rather 'negative'. Thank you for your input on
ibogaine. I will be doing it shortly and I enjoy hearing as much as possible
from people about it and their personal experiences. It may be somewhat
masochistic (I'm not sure that is the right term) but as much as I don't
love feeling anything negative (accounts for my drug use) I somehow am
really looking forward to experiencing whatever comes my way. I think it is
because people on! this forum that have shared their experience insisted how
the whole 'trip' regardless of their pleasant or unpleasant visuals and
thoughts became the basis for their change in attitude, behavior and life.
Thanks man.


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