(VIDEO) – Ibogaine: Detox and Treatment

A bluehoney.org original video:

Alex Grey specializes in spiritual and psychedelic art. Grey is a Vajrayana practitioner and is a member of the Integral Institute. He is also on the board of advisors for the Center for Cognitive Liberty and Ethics, and is the Chair of Wisdom University’s Sacred Art Department. He and his wife Allyson Grey are the co-founders of the Chapel of Sacred Mirrors, a non-profit institution supporting Visionary Culture in New York City.

Rocky Caravelli is the primary facilitator and founder of Awakening in the Dream house, a ground-breaking treatment and rehabilitation center nearPuerto Vallarta, Mexico. There, they use ibogaine, a psychedelic alkaloid of the iboga plant in their treatment. He has been working with Ibogaine for several years, successfully treating addicts from all over the world.

Moughenda Mickala is a tenth generation shaman of the Missoko Bwiti sect from southern Gabon. Bwiti, originating among the forest Pygmies, is a traditional African spiritual practice whose essence is ancestor worship and direct connection to God. Moughenda was initiated into the Bwiti as a young teenager, having first experienced Iboga at the age of eight.

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The General’s Drug Problem, Ibogaine Treatment a Promising Solution

Chemical structure of ibogaine.

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The General’s Drug Problem, Ibogaine Treatment a Promising Solution

Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Nashville, TN (PRWEB) February 2, 2011

According to a USA Today report an epidemic problem of addiction plagues our armed forces. The military says that new diagnosis of substance abuse has risen to 40,000 soldiers a year. Further, 25-35% of our special forces become drug dependent after they sustain an injury.

Ed Clay, a managing partner for Ibogaine Now says he knows the remedy. “I know for a fact that I can help most of these soldiers get off these painkillers without withdrawals using Ibogaine.”

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