Ibogaine List Archives – 2005-02-2

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From: “Jasen Chamoun” <jasenhappy@optusnet.com.au> Subject: Re: [Ibogaine] Drug Addiction & Sexual Abuse Date: February 18, 2005 at 8:44:29 PM EST To: <ibogaine@mindvox.com> Reply-To: ibogaine@mindvox.com Hey Lee, Interesting post, I also had a lot of  shit happen during my life like most people., except I was sexually abused by teenage girls…

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Ibogaine List Archives – 2004-07

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From: HSLotsof@aol.com Subject: [ibogaine] check this out Date: July 31, 2004 at 11:38:31 PM EDT To: ibogaine@mindvox.com Reply-To: ibogaine@mindvox.com Thought some of you might enjoy this.  I take no further responsibility. Takes a bit of time to load and has a front end strange advertisement (maybe). http://www.jibjab.com/ Howard /]=———————————————————————=[\ [%]…

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Ibogaine List Archives – 2004-03

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From: HSLotsof@aol.com Subject: Re: [ibogaine] Harmaline potentiation Date: March 31, 2004 at 9:17:21 PM EST To: ibogaine@mindvox.com Reply-To: ibogaine@mindvox.com In a message dated 4/1/04 12:57:29 AM, bcalabrese@yahoo.com writes: Howard, “Not to say yes or no but, would you provide a citation.” I came across these if it is of help…

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Ibogaine List Archives – 2003-10

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From: Match27552@aol.com Subject: Re: [ibogaine] After Ibogaine For Jaden Date: October 31, 2003 at 4:40:03 PM EST To: ibogaine@mindvox.com Reply-To: ibogaine@mindvox.com He lives in Texas and i’ve found pros and cons on obogain use as a cure for herion addiction also clinics in Mexico. What he is concerned with is…

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Ibogaine List Archives – 2003-09

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From: geoffsummer@sbcglobal.net Subject: [ibogaine] usergs417@aol.com has a new email address Date: September 30, 2003 at 6:12:28 PM EDT To: ibogaine@mindvox.com Reply-To: ibogaine@mindvox.com usergs417@aol.com has a new e-mail address Hello, I have just switched my email address from usergs417@aol.com to geoffsummer@sbcglobal.net. Please use this new address for all future emails and…

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Ibogaine List Archives – 2002-04

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From: robertbosch@softhome.net Subject: [ibogaine] Re: ssris Date: April 30, 2002 at 5:50:18 PM EDT To: ibogaine@mindvox.com Reply-To: ibogaine@mindvox.com HSLotsof@aol.com writes: In a message dated 4/25/02 10:52:09 PM, robertbosch@softhome.net writes: << Hello, I understand this is a tense time or something and do not want to be  rude, but if anyone…

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Ibogaine Abstracts on PubMed

18-Methoxycoronaridine (18-MC) and ibogaine: comparison of antiaddictive efficacy, toxicity, and mechanisms of action. 18-Methoxycoronaridine (18-MC) and ibogaine: comparison of antiaddictive efficacy, toxicity, and mechanisms of action. 18-MC, a novel iboga alkaloid congener, is being developed as a potential treatment for multiple forms of drug abuse. Like ibogaine (40 mg/kg), 18-MC…

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The Importance of Psychonautics for the Modern World

Copyright © 2003, Hattie Wells All Rights Reserved   Reproduced by Permission of Author Shamans and psychonauts are individuals who choose to embark upon a voyage of discovery into the universe of the mind. Such a journey is initiated via a variety of means by which a perspective shift, an…

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Pharmahuasca, Anahuasca and Vinho da Jurema

Human Pharmacology of Oral DMT Plus Harmine Copyright © 1997, Jonathan Ott All Rights Reserved / Reproduced by Permission of Jonathan Ott (Original Publication: Yearbook for Ethnomedicine 1997/98) Abstract A summary is presented of human self-experiments or psychonautic bioassays of pharmahuasca-capsules containing crystalline N,N-dimethyltryptamine (DMT) plus harmine, as well as…

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The Delphic Bee, Jonathan Ott

Purple Ascent, by Dave Hunter (Gammalyte)

Bees and Toxic Honeys as pointers to Psychoactive and other Medicinal Plants Copyright © 1998, Jonathan Ott All Rights Reserved (Original Publication: Economic Botany 52(3):260 -266,1998) Herein a brief review, with 49 references, of the history and phytochemistry of toxic honeys, in which bees have sequestered secondary compounds naturally occurring…

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