[Ibogaine] giving up terbakky ..dharmabum

Kirk captkirk at clear.net.nz
Thu Jun 15 04:33:40 EDT 2006


Thx for that story nice to hear from you and well done with the
ciggies!!!!!!! I think milk thistle would have helped, perhaps move the
toxins out of your body faster?  It’s good shite! I swear by it!! (see I
just said shite……)

Good to see new faces on here :-)

Koiky xxx

 

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From: ::dharmabumwarrior:: [mailto:click80 at yahoo.com] 
Sent: Thursday, 15 June 2006 8:26 p.m.
To: ibogaine at mindvox.com
Subject: Re: [Ibogaine] giving up terbakky PP

 

Hey peeps,

 

I am a 43, exsmoker <yippee>.  I smoked for about 30 years.... After moving
here to Colorado I started seeing a public service announcement on TV.
Basically it just said to never quit, quitting. If it does not take -- quit
again the next day... and again... until you get it. So that is what I did.
The time it took and I finally quit, I was using the Commit Lozenge. I had
virtually no cravings. I had also started taking Milk Thistle at the time
and I am interested if that had anything to do with helping to alleviate the
cravings. It was so strange to be able to quit that time so easily. I had
tried so many times and nothing. You see in my family if you smoke you die
at about 55-60. MAX. Even with that in mind and nursing my mother through
the last years of her life, while she slowly suffocated from emphysema, I
still was puffing away on 2 packs a day up until the last attempt at
quitting. 

 

I consider it weird and really, I do think something possibly the Milk
Thistle, had to of helped me. I had a lot invested in quitting because I had
told myself I would not attempt to come off of 10 years of M'done-150mg q
day unless I could at least quit some meazley ass cigarettes. 

 

So there is my little quit the nicotine story. 

 

By the By, to whomever this applies, Thank You for relating the different
journeys with Bwiti, this is very invigorating, reinforcing and is great
soul support. I also am one who has to get a lot of things together before I
take THE STEP. So this group helps when my energy starts to flag, and droop.


 

If it was not for the "UnitedStates of Society Control through Drug Law" I
could have Been One with Bwiti by now

 

Carry on troupe and again {{{{{hugs}}}}} Thank You for being part of the
answer.

 

::dharmabum:warrior::

 

AndyAmine <andyamine at gmail.com> wrote:

A friend of mine recently quit the smoking of Tobacco (and other herbs)
after several decades of addiction using the healing brew 'Ayahuasca" (a
Harmaline/DMT brew).

Along with his tobacco cravings he was also suffering ill health due to the
smokes as well in the form of re-ocurring throat/chest infections and really
wanted to do something about it, so one night at one of our regular
ethnobotanist camping trips, on a very mild dose of Ayahuasca he asked the
Aya to help heal his throat and and used the session to think about this. 

When he awoke the next day he was totaly free of cravings and his throat
already feeling better, after a couple of days his throat was healed and he
has not smoked or had an infection since, (over 6 months!) 

On 6/14/06, Preston Peet <HYPERLINK
"mailto:ptpeet at nyc.rr.com"ptpeet at nyc.rr.com> wrote: 

>In one of my books which I can't find in the kaos that is my
home, it suggested carrying around a bag of sunflower
seeds........excuse the lack of technical knowledge, but
supposedly there is something in them that suppresses the 
craving for a smoke?<

This was actually another recent suggestion, chewing seeds of some sort.
I'm really serious. As horrid as they make me feel at many times, I can't
seem to find the will to kick cigs. And it's a humbling feeling. 


Peace, love and respect,
Preston Peet

"Madness is not enlightenment, but the search for enlightenment is often
mistaken for madness"
Richard Davenport-Hines

HYPERLINK "mailto:ptpeet at nyc.rr.com"ptpeet at nyc.rr.com
Editor "Underground- The Disinformation Guide to Ancient Civilizations,
Astonishing Archeology and Hidden History"
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Cont. High Times mag/.com
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Etc.

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From: "captkirk" <HYPERLINK
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To: <HYPERLINK "mailto:ibogaine at mindvox.com"ibogaine at mindvox.com>
Sent: Wednesday, June 14, 2006 5:33 PM 
Subject: [Ibogaine] giving up terbakky PP


>
> In one of my books which I can't find in the kaos that is my
> home, it suggested carrying around a bag of sunflower
> seeds........excuse the lack of technical knowledge, but 
> supposedly there is something in them that suppresses the
> craving for a smoke?
> Koiky
>
> ----- Original Message Follows -----
>> someone recently suggested to my girlfriend V that I chew 
>> on mint, or  barring that, parseley, when trying to kick
>> tobacco. Haven't tried it yet,  but am wondering if you've
>> ever heard similar suggestions. Would this be  simply to
>> give me something to do orally instead of sucking a 
>> cigarette, or  is there something chemical about mint
>> and/or parseley that might help with  the kicking?
>> Ibogaine hasn't done much more than decrease my appetite
>> for smoking tobacco  initially, right after the ibo 
>> experiences, but I have quickly become a  regular, nearly
>> a pack a day smoker again.
>>
>> Peace, love and respect,
>> Preston Peet
>>
>> "Madness is not enlightenment, but the search for 
>> enlightenment is often  mistaken for madness"
>> Richard Davenport-Hines
>>
>> HYPERLINK "mailto:ptpeet at nyc.rr.com"ptpeet at nyc.rr.com
>> Editor "Underground- The Disinformation Guide to Ancient 
>> Civilizations,  Astonishing Archeology and Hidden History"
>> Editor "Under the Influence- the Disinformation Guide to
>> Drugs" Editor HYPERLINK "http://www.drugwar.com/"http://www.drugwar.com 
>> Cont. High Times mag/.com
>> Cont. Editor HYPERLINK "http://www.disinfo.com/"http://www.disinfo.com
>> Columnist New York Waste
>> Etc.
>>
>> ----- Original Message ----- 
>> From: Sandra Karpetas
>> To: HYPERLINK "mailto:ibogaine at mindvox.com"ibogaine at mindvox.com
>> Sent: Tuesday, June 13, 2006 12:34 PM
>> Subject: [Ibogaine] Re: the whole "re-setting" thing 
>>
>>
>> Hi Martee,
>>
>> You make a good point, I certainly don't want to instill a
>> fear of parsley  into anyone... That would be cruel and
>> totally anathema to my love of  plants, plant medicines, 
>> my belief in our inherent right to use them for  medicinal
>> purposes and for the right to information about their use.
>>
>> I'll try to clarify with regards to what I know about
>> portion size/dose,  however the potency of the parsley
>> (often the italian variety with flat  leaves is more
>> potent), how it is eaten/taken and whether you are female
>> or  male, may also need to be taken into consideration. 
>> Parsley is safe to take  in almost any quantity/dose by
>> most everyone (as far as I know) except that  pregnant
>> women should be careful with it and women who are not
>> expecting to  bleed should be aware that parsley can cause 
>> this. Fresh parsley in amounts  as little (or as much) as
>> 2 cups can cause a woman's menstrual cycle to  begin
>> within a day or 3. Cooked or steeped parsley (such as in
>> tea) make  require just a handful or two to cause some 
>> women to bleed early. This may  be different for different
>> women, as we all metabolize differently and I  don't know
>> if eating parsley regularly can cause a woman's body to
>> become  tolerant to this effect? perhaps...In any case, 
>> I'm an occasional fan of  parsley myself and don't mind
>> that it may have these effects, but I  appreciate knowing
>> that it can affect me in certain ways. I think it is a
>> wonderful herb and that it can be a very healthy addition 
>> to the diet.  Anyone who is curious to know more, should
>> look it up or talk to a  herbalist.
>>
>> I also deeply agree with your comment about being in tune
>> to one's needs and  I think it is something we should all 
>> strive to develop and achieve and  would like to add that
>> being in tune may also include informing oneself and  each
>> other of the potentials/possibilities regardless of how or
>> if they may  actually effect us or not. 
>>
>> Thanks Martee for encouraging me to clarify ...
>>
>> Cheers,
>>
>> Sandra
>>
>>
>> m. finman <HYPERLINK "mailto:mafinman at optonline.net"
mafinman at optonline.net> wrote:
>>
>> Sandra,
>>     I agree it's important to know what results when
>> things are done in  excess(and anything even good stuff
>> can be done in excess)  I feel you have  represented 
>> parsley in a way that could instill fear of it in those
>> that  don't have the sense to recognize the signs of cause
>> and effect from their  food or their actions for that
>> matter.  Is putting a whole head of parsley  in a pot of 
>> soup too much?  Is juicing a 1/3 of a bunch with other
>> veggies  too much?  Is cutting up a handful in an omlett
>> too much?  A small amount of  parsley(brings to mind the
>> sprig they put on your plate in restaurants) i  believe 
>> isn't as therapeutic as stated.
>>     Ideally one should be in tune with their world to
>> where they resonate  with what they need, how much, how
>> often.  This is a part of the intuitive  response that 
>> could work in all areas of life.
>>      I have read other info you have posted and recognize
>> your talents  and  dedication but for some reason this one
>> kind of stirred something in me. It  must be an issue i'm 
>> working on that has nothing to do with parsley.
>>
>>      Thank you  Sandra,
>>
>>
>>  Martee
>>  "Sandra Karpetas" <HYPERLINK "mailto:sandra at ibogatherapyhouse.net"
sandra at ibogatherapyhouse.net>
>> To: <HYPERLINK "mailto:ibogaine at mindvox.com"ibogaine at mindvox.com>
>> Sent: Monday, June 12, 2006 12:05 AM
>> Subject: RE: [Ibogaine] the whole "re-setting" thing 
>>
>>
>> Hiya Ladees,
>>
>>
>> Btw, large amounts of parsley can affect your menstrual
>> cycles. It can make  you bleed sooner than you're supposed
>> to as its an emmenagogue (brings on  your period and can 
>> also cause abortions), so be careful. You've taken too
>> much if you can taste it in your throat afterwards (it's
>> kinda metallic  tasting). It can be a real good thing in
>> small amounts tho, cleanses and  purifies blood... 
>>
>> Cheers,
>>
>> Sandra
>>
>>
>>
>>
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