Dear St. Paul’s Hospital RAAC (Rapid Addiction Assess Centre) Doctors,
I am one of your former Heroin/Fentanyl/Opiate addicts. I cured myself with the help of some wonderful people and the miracle plant medicine Ibogaine.
In two weeks, I went from a miserable junky to become the happiest person in the world. Ibogaine grants you insights into your life, the universe, and everything that change you into a loving, empathetic, compassionate being who would never ever touch another drug in their life.
At the same time, Ibogaine fills the opioid receptors with Noribogaine, which feels like the happiest plant medicine in the world. This, combined with cannabis in small doses, eases the pain of PAWS (Post Addiction Withdrawal Symptoms) to zero.
I am living proof that it works. But it doesn’t work for everybody, the first time. Not anything in the world works for everybody. They must be ready, absolutely sick of the drug life, and mature enough to handle the insights gained during Ibogaine treatment.
Usually, this means a patient should be at least 35 years old. That doesn’t mean it won’t work for younger people, but it depends on the person, and the odds go down the younger you are. Anyone over 35 should find success the first time.
You may have heard the horror stories from Mexico. This is because the protocol is all wrong. They bring you in for a week, give you a Flood Dose (extremely high doses) of Ibogaine. And then ship you home a few days later weak and miserable. Once you are back near drugs, relapse is likely.
Instead, Ibogaine should be administered over a two-week period. It only takes two weeks to cure opioid addiction.
Over that period, you start with the patient’s Kadian prescription (for the easiest possible withdrawal, patients should be switched to short-acting Morphine for a few weeks before treatment) and lower that dose dramatically over a period of about 12 days.
While you taper the person off Morphine, you dose small amounts of Ibogaine over a period of about 10 sessions, with a couple of rest days in between treatment.
The Ibogaine administrator will learn with experience exactly the best doses for each individual patient, as he watches them respond to the medicine. That amount of Ibogaine is the same as the flood dose, but given over a longer period of time.
Eventually, you will perfect a protocol that will work for anyone who wants it. You could do this at St. Paul’s Hospital, right now. Tell the mindless bureaucrats that it works. And that we need it. We are dying in the streets and we need all the help in the world.
Ibogaine is a miracle medicine for opiate addicts like I once was.
And now I am not.
And it is the most beautiful thing in the entire universe.
Please do this.