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Ibogaine Depression Video

David talks about Ibogaine and its uses to help individuals suffering from depression
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25 Comments

  • sisterwin2 January 26, 2011 at 11:09 pm

    ty for sharing….. GREAT

  • TrilobiteFilms July 31, 2011 at 5:09 am

    this sounds too good to be true.

  • TrilobiteFilms August 29, 2011 at 1:21 am

    @ibogahelp I don’t think it’s bullshit, I was just saying that people’s
    experiences with iboga are often so amazingly helpful that it’s kind of
    funny.

  • wellagain5 November 3, 2011 at 4:54 pm

    Thank you very much for having the courage to be interviewed and recorded
    on video. I have suffered from depression for most of my life. Formal
    therapy and antidepressants did not help. Seeing you and hearing your
    comments helped me to decide to have a go with ibogaine myself. I therefore
    contacted Sara Glatt and she recently treated me at her home in Holland. As
    a result, my depression has lifted. It was worth every penny. Thank you
    once again for sharing your experience with the rest of us

  • puderjunge December 2, 2011 at 5:23 pm

    Hey, very interesting and inspiring testimonial. Can you tell me where you
    did the Ibogaine? Was it at some Center?

  • supercell42 December 3, 2011 at 9:43 am

    This has helped me so much, thank you.

  • Joss Stone February 12, 2012 at 11:20 pm

    I cried with hope watching this. Thank you for sharing. I’m on my way to
    Cancun for Ibogaine treatment next month. I am in a dark depression state
    and addicted to my prescriptions that are making me sicker and sadder

  • kushasaures March 24, 2012 at 7:03 pm

    Depression is normal, how you deal with it, defines how long it lasts (mere
    seconds or years)… Suicide and addiction are learned behaviors and can
    both be unlearned when you understand what they are caused by. What you eat
    affects how you think, act, and feel, and I know you think it doesn’t
    matter that much, but as a person who was suicidal and a heroin addict I
    can tell you that I beat addiction, and depression FOR GOOD. “Let food be
    thy medicine, let medicine be thy food” -Hypocrates

  • Aquila Aer July 4, 2012 at 11:38 pm

    It sounds that it is heroin that is the cause of death, and not iboga. I
    also heard about a case who has died few years after taking iboga, from an
    overdose of heroin. You say also something like that these deaths that
    occurs are from heroin and not iboga. I am wondering, and having a
    question: Can it be that the answer to the question “why these cases of
    death ,after taking such an extraordinary helpfull product”, is because for
    the body has been clean, it can be overdose a usual previous dose?

  • greatwhitsharkfriend March 21, 2013 at 6:44 pm

    I meant rootbark, i can find it powdered, good quality. From what I’ve
    researched 500 mg is safe to take alone. The only problem is I lack an
    enzyme called CYP2D6, whis is responsible for the metabolization of iboga.
    Herefore no treatment centre would like me to take it. Also, it costs way
    to much for my student budget. 500 mg, max 1 gr, of powdered rootbark I
    meant.

  • greatwhitsharkfriend March 21, 2013 at 7:01 pm

    I don’t lack the cyp2d6, but I don’t have so much. only 1% of the
    population has as little of this enzyme as I do. I was prescribed a med
    called strattera once and couldn’t metabolise that fast enough too.

  • greatwhitsharkfriend March 21, 2013 at 7:01 pm

    so I’m not sure if I want to take it. but I think I dare the risk of doing
    a low dosage.

  • greatwhitsharkfriend March 22, 2013 at 3:02 pm

    Sara did not say no.I never got in contact with any treatment center at all
    yet, since it is not something that necessarily needs to happen “now”.A
    doctor who listened to my moms story 20 minutes and didn’t even see me,said
    I had drug induced psychosis from drugs that where prescribed to me.What
    they don’t know however is that I suffered from a nasty bad trip after
    effect from 3 hits of 150 mcg lsd together with mdma.They first put me on
    citalopram and abilify,now Im on wellbutrin abilify.

  • ibogahelp March 22, 2013 at 3:18 pm

    In your first message, you said, “isn’t iboga iboga no matter where you do
    it?” Mixing Ibo with anti-depressants can kill you. No joke. Even a small
    amount of Ibo changes the way things like SSRIs, anti-psychotics, and other
    pharmaceuticals work in the brain. Ibo is very different than other
    psycho-active drugs. You must be completely free of all psych meds for a
    long period of time. It would be a good idea to write Sara and ask her what
    she thinks. Who told you she treats with 10g root bark?

  • greatwhitsharkfriend March 22, 2013 at 3:26 pm

    I know but I take the anti depressants temporary, also the anti psychotics.
    But I would not take them together IF I where to take them.

  • greatwhitsharkfriend March 22, 2013 at 3:29 pm

    I read from a provider that 10 grams of rootbark, given in an extended
    period of time, would be enough to break addiction. But I didn’t mean that
    she gives 10 grams. I just said I thought she also provided rootbark. But
    the source that I can get it from, claimed me that 10 gram would not be
    necessary.

  • greatwhitsharkfriend March 22, 2013 at 4:29 pm

    there definitely is a problem with the communication here. I meant that
    I’ve read from a source that she gives rootbark. I did not mean she also
    gives 10 grams, how could I know what amount she gives. I just meant that I
    think/thought she gives HCL as well as rootbark.

  • ibogahelp March 24, 2013 at 2:08 pm

    It cost her everything she ever had. She traded (sacrificed) it all for a
    new life. I just heard she recently returned from her second trip to Gabon.
    She is in the forest, then the desert, then the mountains. Everything she
    had before the treatment is gone. Friends, environment, possessions…
    gone. She was a prisoner of her own mind, but now the girl does whatever
    she wants. So, it cost her EVERYTHING. It has payed off 1000 fold. If
    getting a deal is your first question, Iboga is NOT for you.

  • GhettoPierre May 24, 2013 at 8:47 pm

    :S

  • Galactic Scholar Consciousness June 29, 2013 at 11:29 pm

    btw…if she ever reads this…”you’re so pretty.” ;-)

  • jo-etc November 29, 2013 at 4:20 am

    I’d be curious to hear from this woman about the lasting effects of the
    experience two years later. Is it possible to contact her?

  • Juan Aguiar January 4, 2014 at 12:43 pm

    i’m totally depress right now… finding myself at the end of the road… I
    found a little hope on this video and i would really like to find where
    this woman have been treated ?

  • Dillon A January 13, 2014 at 2:12 pm

    I’m sure you can find a vendor online, it might take a while but the root
    is legal if im not mistaken.

  • Winnie Walks January 19, 2014 at 6:40 pm

    In answer… it has been a wild 3 years… I’ve turned a corner in life.
    It is not to say my life has been easy… in fact it has been a very
    trying 3 years, but the tools I have to deal with life, that I learned from
    Iboga and other places, are forever with me. It’s harder to lie to myself
    and listen to negative self talk. It’s no longer worth my time to tolerate
    negativity and abuse from others. I’ve seen exactly Who I Am, I’ve felt
    the hugeness of my own possibility. I’ve witnessed the effects of
    believing in an animate universe, of forces in life that answer back when
    you talk to them, and strive to awaken Aliveness in people. I feel more
    capable mentally, physically, spiritually, than I have ever been. They are
    not instant these things, they are hard won, but if you have any desire to
    release yourself from sadness, overwhelm, addiction, whatever weight holds
    you back from being alive, Iboga and other traditional medicines are behind
    you every step of the way. If you are interested in this path, then start
    acting… reading, talking, putting yourself into the world so the people
    you need can come to you. Youtube is only so good at connecting people…
    go get a cup of coffee, start up a conversation with a stranger, get out of
    the house. Throw yourself out there. It may take months or years for the
    right thing to come… but I guarantee, only benefits can come from being
    willing… by putting yourself out there. We want you alive, and well, and
    at your best… the world needs alive passionate people now more than ever,
    especially those who understand suffering. There is a silver lining to the
    cloud… I promise. The world is much more exciting than public school,
    the media, and pop culture will ever tell you.

  • Andrew Garrett April 14, 2014 at 7:04 am

    Are their Ibogaine trials going on in the U.S.to get this drug approved by
    the FDA?

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