[Ibogaine] Boosters, low dose regimens, Bipolar, spiritual use
slowone at hush.ai
slowone at hush.ai
Wed May 9 23:42:56 EDT 2007
Daily low-dose indra extract and ibogaine HCl each left me feeling
burned out after a week or two. I am relatively sensitive to
substances, although this has diminished since I began taking
risperdone. I haven't tried ibogaine since starting risperdone, due
to having switched to ayahuasca, which I find to be gentler than
ibogaine as a maintenance psychedelic for personal growth.
On Tue, 08 May 2007 11:29:45 -0700 Jeff Black <jefblac at gmail.com>
>I wanted to revive some of Melanie's topics because they are all
>to me and it would be a shame if the discussions were off list.
>Some of this
>may have been covered in the past but as the archives are not
>available those of us who recently joined don't know.
>Here are some things I've been wondering about:
>The different possible modalities for low dose and 'full' dose
>usage. For example, are the physical dangers still inherent in low
>the bipolar question, is the general feeling that ibogaine is
>contraindicated? I have a bipolar friend who is also using and
>to quit. Is there any scope for spiritual exploration using low
>doses, or is
>this a waste of time (and ibogaine)?
>Anyway, I don't personally have a problem with the off topic
>nature of the
>list, but I'm pretty interested in ibogaine too. I met Dan
>Lieberman at a
>talk many years ago, and I also attended Nick and Hattie's
>London where Patrick spoke, so I've kept abreast of the subject
>had any direct involvement with the substance or treatment etc.
>On 5/5/07, Melanie Gutierrez <gutierrezmelanie at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Again, My thread has turned into "shit shit shit"
>> Back to my existential crisis. Patrick, I would like to speak
>> off list if you have time about the uses of Ibogaine for
>> I have questions like, I think (guessing) you do "booster"
>> often. I have been thinking of beginning my journey during the
>> As I am a person that is greatly influenced by the stars. The
>more I have
>> been paying attention and researching and learning how the stars
>> affect my "bipolar" disorder, the more I have been able to
>> and my cycles. Thank you for your time. There is quite a lot
>more I would
>> like to talk about, off the list, or even on the list, I'm
>pretty much an
>> open book.
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