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    LOL...I did a search on Google images for "Iboga ceremonies" and there are loads of good pic's, but only one showing the vomitismo,
    a guy with his head in a bucket, you may know this guy Dev

    You have to scroll down about a third of the page...

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    Can't find what you are talking about...


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    Here's a link to another Iboga report:

    http://ilumove.com/iboga-in-gabon/


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    Excellent video of the place I went to do Iboga at in Gabon.

    http://www.ebando.org/video/medicineman.html


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    Iboga Ceremony (on my own)

    I had 10 capsules of Iboga in a box at home for almost three years. I had them as a souvenir of sorts, because I did not imagine I would ever do Iboga again. But as things would have it I needed a second go...

    After having stopped smoking for almost a year I started again after I suffered some personal tragedy. After a few weeks I tried to quit again but found it impossible. I decided to take those 10 capsules (12 % of the dose I had in Gabon, so not much in comparison) because Iboga is very effective to help with quitting an addiction.

    I created a very nice little place for my ceremony outside my house, ate the pills and waited.



    I waited for over an hour. Nothing happened.

    I went back inside. I watched a movie with my girlfriend, then she went to bed. I decided, as I was not tired, to watch another movie. Often when I try to fall as sleep I watch some Hollywood action as I find it boring... I picked Gone in 60 Seconds... a car chase movie.

    One hour into the film I started to feel nauseous from the film and I had trouble following the plot. I looked around the room and there were black swirly lines everywhere. A typical Iboga effect. And now I recalled I had taken 10 capsules. I had forgotten completly.



    It seemed that instead of the normal 30-60 minutes, it took them almost 4 hours to get down to business. This was due to the fact that the Iboga was in capsules instead of eating it as it is (which I did in Gabon). I called for my girlfriend to help me get to bed as I could not walk.

    I did not have any visions really, but it was all very intense and physical nonetheless. The addiction was being exorcised out of my body. But there was one moment when I had one very clear vision...

    I saw an Bwiti shaman from Africa wearing only a skirt made of grass, and holding a bundle of sticks. The sticks were burning and he was waving them in front of me, and he was dancing... scaring the addiction away, cleaning the spirit. The smoke, and the embers, twirling around...



    Unlike Mushrooms, Truffles and Ayahuasca the visions on Iboga is 100 % real. On those other substances the visions look real but are often of a fantasy nature, aliens, other worlds... but with the Iboga they are like things are in this reality we are now. This makes it very difficult to see the difference. It is truly amazing.

    Eventually I managed to fall asleep (after many hours), which is a feat in itself on Iboga.

    The next day I was still smashed, but not as much. I suffered from a lot of Floaters all day long.

    The day after that I was still a bit under the influence, but after the third night I was back to normal. And my addiction was gone.


    Conclusion:

    Iboga is great. And I came to understand how it cures addiction, at least in one aspect.

    Often the first few days are most difficult when stopping the intake of any drug (nicotine, cocaine, heroin etc.). But the Iboga keeps you in its grip. You feel sick and not in the mood to take anything... once it lets go of its grip you have passed that magic threshold.

    Another way it cures addiction is that it shows you why you took the drug in the first place... it heals the reason why you began your escapism... but I had no need for this. My problem was, at that time, only a physical addiction to nicotine. And now it is gone.

    Last edited by Awani; 07-22-2015 at 09:45 AM.

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    Thank you for another impressive report.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quarrox View Post
    Thank you for another impressive report.
    My pleasure. Don't do it for the love of God. LOL.


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    No way :-)

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