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The philosophy of the editors of the Ibogaine Dossier is to offer a very diverse collection of ibogaine experience reports so that patients and providers as well as ibogaine researchers may gain a comprehensive understanding of the variety of ibogaine effects. We also suggest you read the experiences on other web pages in addition to our collection as those very positive reports also represent the ibogaine reality.

Those persons seeking technical medical information should read The Manual for Ibogaine Therapy.

The personal reports on this page have not been verified by The Ibogaine Dossier editors.

  • Ibogaine Patients' Bill of Rights What every patient should know.

  • Daniel Luciano MD describes observations of treatment with ibogaine

  • Ibogaine Trip Report Prepared For BrugerForeningen (Danish Drug Users Union).  The report presents up to date status on international cooperation between patients, doctors and user advocacy grougs.

  • Ibogaine and an older couple.   A discovered love and an exploration of post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

  • Methadone and Ibogaine: A Patient in Transition, Part I.   A description of a self-administered ibogaine therapy.

  • Another Chance, Part II.   The story continues.

  • Ibogaine treatment: Diary of a Pain Patient An important develpment in ibogaine therapy expands the knowledge of the diversity of information exploring the utility of ibogaine in pain management.

  • Methadone Patient Reports This patient report adds to our understanding of ibogaine effects in the treatment of methadone dependence.

  • Some considerations about ibogaine treatment from the ibogaine mailing list.

  • The "Third" Ibogaine Experience examines fundamental issues of patient rights to determine when, under what circumstances and how many ibogaine treatments should be administered.

  • Who wants to be a junkie?" A magnificanet story of ibogaine treatment and adventure.

  • A report of two self-administration experiences presented by one of the participants. An interesting description as to the distinct effects on each person and, as to the similarities.

  • An infinity of graphical representations continue to show me knowledge, much of which I can but begin to grasp, even though my awareness has expanded a million fold.

  • I took 1.67 grams of pure Ibogaine. I was looked after by someone who had administered about 17 treatments to drug addicts and spiritual seekers. The setting had no spiritual content which made me realize how important it is to provide some kind of spiritual/religious/meditative setting as a base of referral.

  • I ingested the Ibogaine in the evening of December 1st, 1997. After 45 minutes the first wave hit. I had no nausea with the ibo coming on or through the entire journey. Then the second wave hit. The best way to describe the waves would be a freight train plowing through my energy field.

  • It is Wednesday now, nearly 72 hours since I last took any Methadone. I feel very weak, but I am not experiencing any withdrawal symptoms

  • I have never been addicted to any kind of opiates but I most certainly have had my trials with drugs, alcohol, cigarettes and coffee. The way I heard about ibogaine was in my search for a REAL treatment of opiate addiction for my husband.

  • Reflections on an ibogaine experience. "I heard about ibogaine from a friend in New York and then requested treatment for me and my boyfriend. We were the first people to be treated in Holland. My ibogaine treatment took place on October 25, 1989, in a hotel room in Amsterdam. My boyfriend had been succesfully treated the day before."

  • I had a window of opportunity and I went through it. I was fortunate enough to be on the receiving end of the "Gift of Freedom" ... Ibogaine.

  • A fascinating account by Sarah Emanon, a psychotherapist who speaks about her own experiences with ibogaine - both as a facilitator and as an experiencer- and her plans to direct an ibogaine clinic in Central America. Interviewer is Primal Therapist Donald A. Allan.

  • I am an alcoholic. It absolutely did not work. As for addicts, I was treated along with about 10 heroin addicts who also felt that it probably did not work for them.

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