Buy 20 grams Ibogaine Root Barks Online
Ibogaine has been hailed as a miracle drug, an unparalleled addiction interrupter, and a oneirophrenia — or “waking dream creator” — by some experts. Others are more reserved, holding that the great enthusiasm online and in some scientific circles is exaggerated. Whether or not it will prove a wonder drug, it’s undoubtedly one that is attracting interest in the public eye. But what exactly is ibogaine? What’s the difference between iboga and ibogaine, and which one is right for you? Whether you are interested in addiction treatment, psychospiritual healing, or just want to know more about this new frontier of an evolving science, this primer will provide these basic answers.
Iboga Root Bark – therapeutic dosage
Iboga Rootbark contains 2%-6% alkaloids. It can vary from sample to sample, with realistic alkaloids content of 3-4%. 70% of the alkaloids are pure Ibogaine. Ibogaine converts to Ibogaine HCL when mixed with hydrochloric acid in the stomach. Iboga Root Bark, Iboga TA Extract and Ibogaine HCL all provide a very similar experience.
72kg (160lb) * 0.030g = 2.16g of Iboga alkaloids for a recreational dosage. 100g of root bark would have ~4g of alkaloids, so you would be looking at around 50g of Iboga Root Bark.
So a full strength flood dosage of Iboga Root Bark for a 72 kg person would be about 50g. The figures can never be exact, as botanical specimens always contain varying amounts of alkaloid content. It is important to note, that Iboga will stay in a persons system for 60-90 days, which is why redosing is not advised, and given Iboga’s special faculty for combating addiction, it is seldom needed.
Iboga can refer to many plants, including Tabernanthe iboga, Tabernanthe manii, and Voacanga africana, which have been used traditionally for centuries by African cultures such as the Bwiti. A huge, visionary dose of root bark is consumed as a rite of passage, and smaller quantities are taken for healing ceremonies and hunting.
Though there is a strong argument for the full, traditional experience, many treatment centers have found that too much iboga root bark needs to be taken for a full experience. Consuming such a huge quantity of plant bark can be quite difficult. In the traditional Bwiti initiation ceremony, doses as high as 1 kilogram of root bark have been consumed throughout the ceremony. This is the maximum dose observed, and different providers have different philosophies about exact doses—a typical therapeutic dose ranges from 5 to 100 grams, depending on the person and the treatment goal, but eating a large quantity of fibrous plant matter like that can make anyone nauseous. Moreover, iboga root bark seems more likely to cause the physical discomfort, nausea, and vomiting so associated with the iboga ritual, as compared with its other forms. Some, however, contend that this purging is an important spiritual component of the experience.
Another drawback of iboga is that the amount of active chemicals can vary widely between species or even between individual plants. This makes it hard to administer an amount that’s in the therapeutic window and not too strong or too weak. Many patients who use iboga may still experience some withdrawal afterward, possibly for this reason. Still, there is a long history of its use, and those seeking a truly spiritual experience may appreciate what is seen as a direct communication with the Bwiti “tree of life.”