[Ibogaine] anti-depressants and boga

DC from AZ dcollier9 at cox.net
Thu Jan 22 15:03:28 EST 2009


thanks excellent info. an aquaintance who is taking zoloft went psycho trying to stop it. so he went in and got an increase to double dose
and is just going to "go with it" all out. shudders to think what will happen at the end of his ride.

these doctors who prescribe zoloft and paxil in spite of this, and a lot of suicides need a wake up call. last
I heard paxil is being stopped and recalled, with a new substitute coming out

my nephew blew his brains out when on anti-depressents too. be careful, better to smoke a bongload maybe
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Donzo
"Love converts hearts, and gives peace."
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  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: simon loxton 
  To: ibogaine at mindvox.com 
  Sent: Thursday, January 22, 2009 1:49 AM
  Subject: [Ibogaine] anti-depressants and boga


  I just found this looking up information on a patients medication; we know the side effects of iboga and some people still make it a bit of an issue. Here are some side effects of a drug commonly prescribed for depression; look at what they have to offer in terms of side effects.

  Drug makers claim that antidepressants are not addictive but........
  78% of effexor users will experience withdrawal. This can happen with one missed dose. paxil 66% zoloft 60%. 
  Withdrawal can range from flu like symptoms, vomiting, dizziness to what is known as the zaps, (feeling as if your getting electric shocks over and over.) to auditory and visual hallucinations, suicide, rage and homicidal psychosis. (rare, but all to real!) 
  Antidepressant Use in Slovenia 

  Major descriptors of Slovenian suicide statistics are presented for the 13-year period ending in 1997. The purpose of the present study was to discover whether the introduction of antidepressant therapy influenced the Slovenian suicide dynamic. Collected national data on the rate of suicide and seasonal dispersion of suicide were compared with the prescription rates of antidepressives for the same period. No significant correlation between increased antidepressant prescriptions and decreased suicide rate were found. 
  http://theeffexoractivist.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=346




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