[Ibogaine] age limits
BiscuitBoy714 at aol.com
BiscuitBoy714 at aol.com
Thu Oct 5 09:27:03 EDT 2006
In a message dated 10/4/2006 10:16:13 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,
triarttt at yahoo.com writes:
If there is someone out there who is familiar
with this form of opiate and how it is affected by the
ibogaine treatment I would appreciate them sharing
their knowledge. One thing about this forum I have
gained a lot of valuable insight into others problems
dilemas and unique solutions as well. More helpfull
encounters from complete strangers is a welcome change
from the sterile advice given by so many others "help"
Thanks for the info.
Boomer, I wasn't addicted to Oxy's when I got my treatment but I have been
addicted to them before and I am very familiar with them. I was on Methadone.
I've been aware of a couple of people being treated with Ibogaine for them
too. For one Oxy's are a longer acting opiate than say for instance regular
oxycodone. Even if you take the coating off of them trying to defeat the time
release they stick around a lot longer. I can't really explain why I just know
that they do. It was harder for me to kick oxy's than it was to kick heroin
probably because of the time release factor. I kicked both of these cold
turkey, but the effects still apply. I don't know how much you are on, (I was
doing 5 or 6 80's a day when I kicked them, more if I could afford them) but I do
know that getting your dose as low as you can tolerate it will help a lot.
I'm not saying that you have to suffer unduly, I just know that the lower you
get your dose the easier it will be with the residual withdrawals that come
with them. I'm sure that Sandra is aware of all of this. Some boosters after
your initial flood dose will help with this a lot. I do know that having a good
provider is the way to go. As for rapid detox? I went in the hospital for a
poor man's version of rapid detox for oxy's once. I took nalexone or
naltrexone pills, whatever they were and I was given phenobarbital and valium until I
saw double. MAN did that suck. I stayed in the hospital 6 days and as soon
as I left the hospital I went and copped. I couldn't stand being sick for
another minute. I guess the doc didn't take into account the half life of oxy's
being time released. Plus the insurance only covers for a certain amount of
time. Whatever it didn't work for me. I hope this helps. Keep asking questions
until you get all the information that you need. I'm glad to see you here.
Stay with us. Randy
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