[Ibogaine] (no subject)

Valarie val.needis at gmail.com
Thu Sep 5 02:08:46 CDT 2013

Hi my name is Valarie.  I have to wait 3 months before my ibogaine
treatment because I was on Subutex, it has been incredibly difficult for
me. I don't know your financial situation but if you have done ibogaine
before and it was a success then if you have the sane mine frame which it
sounds like you do.  I would do an ibogaine treatment asap. They will try
to put you on Subutex or Suboxone tell you it's for 3 months. But it is
harder to get off Then what you are on now, Unless you are going to do a
detox that has a 3 day maximum subutex/ suboxone taper and you will still
have a detox when you get home,even though u feel ok at that moment but the
detox is not that bad. But do not touch SUB if you want to do Ibogaine! Not
one Sub! Unless you are in danger if overdosing please do not take this
Ok sorry about that lol.
My advice do Ibogaine,  I wish I could do it sooner. Lotsof Love, Val
On Sep 4, 2013 11:23 PM, "sheldon Rucker" <iboga2differ at gmail.com> wrote:

> greetings to all. This is Sheldon from the left coast.
> It has been several years since I was hanging out here.
> This is an entirely new format here, and I hope the following message
> is legible and coherent...
> So, several years ago, I found ibogaine treatment here on the mindvox
> list.  This was performed stateside by a wonderful and caring
> individual and her assistant.
> Following this successful event, I have been drug free ever since.
> Then a diagnosis of prostate cancer led me to a complete radical
> prostatectomy (a'la de vinci surgery)
> Naturally the resulting pain 'management' went poorly.
> It's been a few of months now of oxycodone, and I have developed a
> dependency of about 50 mg. a day.
> I am being cut off, and now must choose a path to recovery.
> I've considered detoxing with valium. It's not very appealing, and
> lacks the spiritual drop-kick that I need to sail past the weeks and
> months of depression and craving that I expect will be awaiting me.
> So, here I am again. Looking to find a practitioner.
> I see many familiar names, some new
> I look forward to catching up on the state of affairs here, and
> eventually, finding treatment and freedom from dependency once again.
> I thank you all in advance for your help and caring.
> Sheldon
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