Just a quick note to say hi! Yes and no this whole process seems kind of like childbirth nobody really tells you how bad I is or how long it lasts until your in the middle of it. I'm sure its because we wouldn't quit if we knew what lied ahead we would be to scared but no going back now
Just a quick note to say hi!
I saw your name somewhere in the amino acid protocool. I posted some questions about it on my page and I haven't really got an answer and since I saw your name (and that we lived in the same state so for some reason I felt a connection) I was hoping that maybe you could answer some of my questions?
Thanks for your post. Love your screen name btw. I checked out the ibogatherapyhouse.net site & they have some useful links.
My sister is in NZ & there is an opportunity for her to enroll in a clinical trial of ibogaine. From my research to date, I think it's worth a try as the only downside seems to be cost for a private program & a bit of barfing.
Will let you know of any new developments.
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