[Ibogaine] The Ibogaine Provider's Kit

Garyth Moxey redbus55 at gmail.com
Sat Sep 3 10:37:31 EDT 2011


no head movement to take in fluids

On Sat, Sep 3, 2011 at 1:58 AM, Gary Bryan <sidskidpiercing at gmail.com>wrote:

> I still don't get why the bendy straws?
>
> On 3 Sep 2011, at 04:40, star ray <earthshealing at hotmail.com> wrote:
>
> > Great info but I think a baby monitor would be beneficial for sure, oh
> and add epsom salt to the baths to take out toxins and relieve aching
> joints, how about some powdered gatoraid or electrolytes,  definitely some
> lip moisturizer,  and one of those massage tools to rub on the back and such
> when providers hands get sore from massaging.
> > Great write up and thanks for your time!!
> >
> > Peace,  Star Ray
> >
> > > Date: Fri, 2 Sep 2011 10:48:14 -0400
> > > From: deptrai at ibogahelp.com
> > > To: ibogaine at mindvox.com
> > > Subject: [Ibogaine] The Ibogaine Provider's Kit
> > >
> > > The Ibogaine Provider's Kit:
> > >
> > > This bag is filled from the experiences of many. If any of these
> articles
> > > are missing, then it throws off everything. Would you start a treatment
> > > without bendy straws? One backpack will have your personal effects like
> > > clothing and toiletries. The second bag, which I will talk about now,
> will
> > > have your Ibo Treatment Kit.
> > >
> > > A nice looking, new Backpack, holding all of these items comfortably:
> > > Medicine Bag.
> > > Blood Pressure Cuff
> > > Notebook and pens
> > > Thin cutting board $5
> > > 10"-12" French Chef knife $10.
> > > Paper plates
> > > Bendy straws
> > > Plastic utensils.
> > > Large Candles, Santeria style; 1 white, 1 red, $1-2 each
> > > Mind Fold Relaxation Mask $12, or something similar
> > > Paulo Santo wood, just a small piece. Other extra specials.
> > > Total price: ~$80 + cost of backpack, medicine.
> > >
> > > The Meds... Along with the Ibo and your protocol meds, put ibuprofen in
> > > your kit. In the days following Ibo, many people say that
> over-the-counter
> > > meds like Advil suddenly become effective in pain relief again. Your
> first
> > > choice is to give no medicine. The LAST thing you want to do is to
> > > continue a medicating pattern. The whole point of the Ibo is to break
> > > patterns like this, although Advil(ibuprofen) at <400mg every 4-6 hours
> is
> > > hardly intoxicating. Many of the typical symptoms after Ibo, such as
> > > soreness in the muscles and joints, can be alleviated with a hot bath.
> I
> > > found hot baths would give me nearly complete relief from my post flood
> > > discomfort for 4-6 hours. Then I would take another bath, and another.
> > > Tell people to take five hot baths a day, if it helps.
> > >
> > > Blood pressure cuff... You should never conduct a treatment without
> one.
> > > These things are often less than $35, but if you use it as often as you
> > > should, then it will be worth it to spend a couple extra bucks on
> > > something really durable and consistent. Consistency is important. By
> > > simply lifting your arm above your head, you can change your blood
> > > pressure by many points on a wrist cuff. If you do not know how BP
> (blood
> > > pressure) works, then please take the time to learn how to do it
> properly.
> > > These numbers are really important to you. They will tell you when/if
> you
> > > can administer more medicine.
> > >
> > > Notebook and pens... Did you know that Ibogaine research is being
> > > conducted, as we speak? It is being conducted on a range of protocols
> in
> > > which St Kitts never dreamed. It is sometimes too exciting and
> dangerous
> > > to even be involved in. There are people out there considering giving
> Ibo
> > > to people with any range of illness or symptom. Do you know who does
> this
> > > research? We do. The Banzi application tells us where the person
> started
> > > addiction and their intention. The Treatment Notes are a very important
> > > next step in your documents. Right on top of your very first blank
> > > notebook page should say BASELINE: . Baseline means BP and pulse at a
> > > normal resting level. With each event, take BP and pulse again, note
> the
> > > time, make notes of anything interesting, then proceed with the
> protocol
> > > if you believe it is safe to do so. It will look a little like this
> > > example of treatment notes:
> > >
> > > Baseline: 5:12pm 120/85 93P Chills, sweats, aches, pain.
> > > 6:30p 122/81 82P
> > > 7:08p 131/81 93P Yawning, tearing, mild agitation, jerking.
> > > 7:45p 132/80 88P 300mg HCl Total Ibo Taken: 300mg
> > > 8:00p 132/78 95P
> > > And so on. Take vitals more often if you see them change, and make the
> > > safest choices. Also note anything the Banzi says or does during the
> > > treatment. They will want to know about it later.
> > >
> > > Time, blood pressure, pulse, then notes. After every treatment, please
> put
> > > these stats and notes in files with the intake forms. Everyone does an
> > > intake form, even your best friend. This is important for everyone.
> When
> > > you follow up with people, take notes on their progress. Please take 5
> > > minutes to write all of your treatments on your computer. If you are
> not
> > > documenting, then much of your work is being wasted. Who is conducting
> > > trials? You are the only one who can do it right now. Take it serious.
> > > These simple notes tell us a lot. When you meet and work with other
> > > providers face to face, you will be able to share treatment information
> on
> > > a much more professional level. Keeping stats is good for you and it is
> > > good for Ibo.
> > >
> > > Thin Cutting board $5, as large as will fit in the backpack. Maybe
> 15"X12"?
> > > 10"-12" French Chef knife $10... You could bring a paring knife, if you
> > > wanted, but how are you going to get the melons cut up? You need a
> proper
> > > knife for that. A knife that belongs in a kitchen. NOT a pocket or
> hunting
> > > knife. Fruit is an incredibly important part of every treatment. If you
> > > are not giving people the largest possible variety of fresh fruit after
> > > each treatment, then you are not giving people the full experience.
> There
> > > is never anywhere to cut up quantities of fruit. Ever tried to cut a
> > > honeydew with a steak knife on a dinner-plate? I do not even know where
> to
> > > start. It will be one of the first things a person will consume after
> > > treatment. When a person is taking pleasure in something so healthy and
> > > natural, then we are that much closer to our goals. There are a lot of
> > > things in this world to enjoy that have nothing to do with drugs,
> starting
> > > with healthy food. A plate with 5 different fruits on it, with a small
> > > yogurt on the side, will make people feel a lot better about paying so
> > > much money for your work, as well. Value builder. Professional.
> > >
> > >
> > > Paper plates
> > > Bendy straws
> > > Plastic utensils... The Banzi could be ready for their first meal in
> days,
> > > at any time. Hardly any hotel has the gear you need, when you need it.
> The
> > > sinks are not good for washing dishes. Bring your own disposables. You
> are
> > > also trying to be discrete, so think about these things before your
> stupid
> > > ass is on the phone with the front desk asking for a full picnic setup
> for
> > > the room. Do not do that. You have probably already asked for 10
> packets
> > > of coffee, extra garbage cans, plastic bags for vomit, and a truck load
> of
> > > towels. Tip the lady $5 when she brings you a lot of hotel shwag, and
> then
> > > tip at least $3 each time after. Are you making porn? Then do not make
> it
> > > look like it. Be a pro, do not be on the phone with the front desk.
> > >
> > > Candles; 1 white, 1 red, $1-2 each... Because you can not turn on the
> > > lights, and you need to be able to see as you move around to take BP,
> > > observe, administer more medicine, assist a person to the restroom, and
> > > clean. I hope I do not have to add that you should keep the candles
> > > burning far away from the Banzi for fire safety reasons. These large
> > > candles burn for days in their glass containers. Only use candles that
> are
> > > in glass. Dripping wax all over is really bad form. It will give you
> the
> > > kind of lighting that makes it easy to work in. These candles also tend
> to
> > > last the same amount of time they are needed. When the candles go out
> > > after a few days, the person is usually able to handle brighter light
> > > again.
> > >
> > > Mind Fold Relaxation Mask... This blindfold has eye cavities so that
> eye
> > > lashes do not rub against the mask. This product cost $12 online.
> > >
> > > Extras: Things your Banzi will remember.
> > > Paulo Santo wood... Because three people are in a bedroom for days at a
> > > time, and people smell. Also, using incense is a bad idea, because it
> > > looks like everyone is smoking weed. A provider trick is to have one
> > > provider walk with the Banzi after treatment, and the other does a
> crash
> > > clean and freshen on the room with a little Paulo Santo wood burning.
> > > Crash cleaning can be done by two providers in the time it takes a
> Banzi
> > > to go to the restroom. Keep everything super clean and fresh. Burning
> the
> > > end of a piece of Paulo Santo the size of a toothpick will change the
> > > smell of an entire room. I think it is a great way to freshen a space,
> and
> > > it is such a unique smell that the Banzi will associate it with
> treatment.
> > > Warning: hotel staff do not like when you burn stuff, so do it only
> enough
> > > to smell it, and no more.
> > > Rose water and Aqua Florida... Because it is nice. It puts a fresh
> smell
> > > in the air, it is calming, natural and it is a detail the Banzi will
> > > remember. These little liquids are like adding fresh flowers to the
> room.
> > > I'm not talking about spraying a chemical to 'freshen' the air like a
> > > toilet. I am talking about real, natural, familiar smells. You remember
> > > how much you loved nature after Ibo? Boom! Flowers in your face!
> > >
> > > You control the sounds, the smells, and the tastes. When it all comes
> > > together, it is something to be really proud of.
> > >
> > > This kit is constructed in order to limit the total amount of gear
> brought
> > > to a treatment. Anything can happen. You may have to leave very quickly
> > > for whatever reason. You fraternized with heroin for years, so you know
> > > how quickly things can go off. This bag takes seconds to pack.
> > > A second bag will have personal gear like toiletries and clothing. Then
> > > perhaps 4-5 plastic bags full of groceries. The bag of clothes, and the
> > > bags of groceries deserve their own post, some other time. That is
> enough
> > > for now.
> > >
> > > If I have missed something, or you know of something that would still
> fit
> > > in the bag and has the highest level of importance, then please let us
> > > know what is in your kit.
> > >
> > >
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