[Ibogaine] free

Preston Peet ptpeet at nyc.rr.com
Sat Jan 22 13:10:34 EST 2005


Just to reiterate what Ken just said:

>For some it can be 'a one shot deal' but I believe it may depend on the 
>depth of the addiction.<


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Hi Ken

Thank you for that, I have only heard of binge drinkers having the ibogaine. 
Also what was it like when you had the ibogaine???, How did you feel 
afterwards?
Love Donna

Hi Donna,

Ibogaine is rather intense and quite exhausting.....In my case, nausea was a 
problem (only) if I moved.
If I laid still it was intense and 'entertaining'. 
Afterwards....physically, it took me several days to regain my usually 
feeling of 'narmalcy'. Psychologically, I was simply awed that I had NO 
taste for H. After seven years it was like getting rid of a houseguest that 
I had become to resent.

I gather that you have not 'experimented' with ibogaine yet. For some it can 
be 'a one shot deal' but I believe it may depend on the depth of the 
addiction. Weaning off beforehand ,as best as you are able is a good idea, 
especially with methadone.

                                                            take 
care.......Ken 




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