What is Ibogaine and who needs it?
The Barry Cooper Scientific School of Ayahuasca and Ibogaine
Some people consider Ibogaine as the most powerful psychedelic known to man. This is partly true. Ibogaine is the king of psychedelics in terms of therapeutic benefits but Ayahuasca, LSD, mushrooms and DMT pack a more powerful psychedelic experience. In fact, experienced “trippers” consider Ibogaine a mild psychedelic.
The final solution is simple. The opposite of addiction is connection. When normal people become disconnected with themselves, their families, and the community, they connect with something else: gambling, food, drugs, sex, work, video games etc.
Ibogaine helps the partaker reconnect by quickly rebalancing the brain's chemistry. Ibogaine performs a physical resetof the brain's pleasure centers to their pre-addictive state. The plant also resets dopamine, serotonin, endorphins, and adrenaline levels.
Who needs Ibogaine?
- Any person whose life is unmanageable because of alcohol or drug use.
- Any person who wants to rid themselves of alcohol or drug cravings.
- Any person who wants to gain a higher level of understanding of consciousness.
- Any person on a journey of self-improvement.
- Any person suffering from depression, PTSD, insomnia, negative thought patterns, or any other pesky disorders.
Some Facts About Ibogaine
- Some people consider Ibogaine as the most powerful psychedelic known to man. Ayahuasca, LSD, mushrooms and DMT pack a more powerful psychedelic experience. In fact, experienced “trippers” consider Ibogaine a mild psychedelic.
- Ibogaine is the only medication credited with blocking the "death flu"... drug withdrawals.
- Ibogaine patients experience little or no withdrawal symptoms.
- Ibogaine is effective in treating cocaine, methamphetamine, opiate and alcohol addictions and cravings.
- Ibogaine treats depression, nicotine addiction, and erectile dysfunction.
- Ibogaine is administered orally in a pill or a liquid.
How Ibogaine Works
Ibogaine alleviates physical drug withdrawal symptoms and cravings. After ingestion, Ibogaine resets and refreshes the drug receptor sites known as “pleasure centers." The alkaloid cleanses the body of the drugs and resets the brain's neuron-chemistry.
No other substance has shown this method of action. Methadone, Suboxone, and other common treatment options have many known problems. Many find themselves with a new chemical dependency.
Ibogaine is non-addictive and doesn't need to be taken continuously.
The liver converts Ibogaine and Noribogaine which is stored in the fat cells of the body. Over 60 days the Noribogaine is slowly released into the bloodstream which can be called "a natural version of time-release."
Ibogaine and Noribogaine have a documented anti-depressive effect. Ibogaine establishes a state of well-being and sets the user free from negative thought patterns.
Sexual expression is often a common motivator for wanting to use drugs. Ibogaine has been proven to work with sex addictions especially those associated with the use of stimulants and other drugs.
Ibogaine performs a physical reset of the brain. At the same time it deals with the psychological “virus” that caused the addiction. Drugs and alcohol are not the roots of addiction. The new science proves that addiction is a temporary brain disorder and not a disease. Addiction does not have to be fatal.
The final solution is simple. The opposite of addiction is connection. When normal people become disconnected with themselves, their families and the community, they connect to something else: Gambling, food, drugs, sex, video games etc.
What is Ibogaine?
Ibogaine is a medical alkaloid. Examples of other Alkaloids are nicotine, caffeine, morphine, cocaine and ephedrine. Ibogaine is found in up to 24 different plants. The most well known of these plants is the Iboga root.
The Iboga bush is common to the hot and humid regions of Africa. It is scientifically classified as an “entheogen.” Entheogens are chemical substances taken from plants. When Entheogens are ingested they produce a non-ordinary state of consciousness.
Some Ibogaine History
Although Ibogaine has long been known to cure addiction, it was made illegal in the U.S. "because of its entheogen properties." Suspiciously all legal research with Ibogaine was suspended in the U.S. During this time, America’s opiate, methamphetamine and alcohol addictions, surged from the East Coast to the West Coast like a tsunami.
By: Barry Cooper/TripToWellness.mx