[Ibogaine] Kava Kava usage

Brad Hays bradleyheathhays at gmail.com
Fri Jan 9 03:26:09 EST 2009


That's a good point.  Milk fat would prob coat the stomach hindering
absorption.. at least that's my guess.

On Thu, Jan 8, 2009 at 9:45 PM, Preston Peet <prestonpeet at yahoo.com> wrote:

> do you suppose that by mixing the kava with milk you are inhibiting its
> absorption by the stomach and intestines?
>
> just a thought.
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> From: Edward A. Weissbard <edward.escs at gmail.com>
> To: ibogaine at mindvox.com
> Sent: Thursday, January 8, 2009 8:34:14 PM
> Subject: Re: [Ibogaine] Kava Kava usage
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> Hey Randy,
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> I've heard of Kava bars, didn't' realize that there were some in NYC.  My
> experience last night was peaceful, I did feel quite tired by the end of the
> night.  The first couple of hours where spent in a pleasant mood, free of
> stress and any worries on my mind.  I looked at my daughter and saw the
> beauty in her as she was talking to me, and realized a little more how
> important of a part she is to my happiness.  Most of the night I spent
> playing Lord of the Rings Online, so it was an enjoyable evening with my
> family and my computer.  After the Kava wore off I felt pretty spent, so it
> was time to turn in.  I see Kava as a mild sedative/relaxant.  It is
> distinctly different than an alcohol buzz, mainly the mind does not wander
> and become unstable and for me.....uncaring and selfish.  I see it as being
> hard to become addicted to........doesn't taste very pleasant without adding
> some flavoring to cover up it's "earthy" taste and the effects are not so
>  much of an escape from oneself, but more integrative.  Over all a safe,
> relaxing and mild experience.  I used 1 cup of Kava to 2 cups of water and 1
> cup milk along with chocolate powder to cover up the taste........it's more
> of a mild recipe.  As for me, kava has never lead to destructive behaviors
> as it would almost do with alcohol...it's always been a friend to me.  The
> main reason for the interest in ibogaine and being on this list, has been my
> real issues with alcohol and it's related consequences. --
> Edward <http://crossloop.com/EdwardWeissbard?type=email>
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