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Presentation1 Iboganie Detox

  1. 1. Opiate dependency detox using IbogaineBy Tanea Paterson<br />Fig 1. Ibogaine molecule (advancedhealthtransitions,2009)<br />
  2. 2. Opiates<br />Fig 2. Opiate actions (heroinaddiction, 2009) <br />
  3. 3. Opiates are a group of drugs derived from the resin of the Opium Poppy.-Their effects include<br /><ul><li>Lessened sensation of pain
  4. 4. Slowed breathing
  5. 5. Constipation
  6. 6. A dreamy, euphoric state</li></li></ul><li>Signs and symptoms of Opiate withdrawal<br /><ul><li>Sweating
  7. 7. Restlessness
  8. 8. Rhinorreah (runny nose)
  9. 9. Shivering
  10. 10. Abdominal cramps, leading to diarrea
  11. 11. Anxiety
  12. 12. Agitation
  13. 13. Prolonged insomnia
  14. 14. Tachycardia, when the heart races to over </li></ul> 100 beats per minute<br />
  15. 15. Ibogaine<br /> Fig 3. An Ibogaine molecule photographed under ultra violet light<br /> By Marco Resinovic<br /><ul><li>Ibogaine is a naturally occurring psychoactive plant alkaloid.
  16. 16. It is sourced from the root bark of the plant TabernantheIboga</li></ul>that grows in the forests of West Africa.<br /><ul><li>It has a long history of traditional use as a catalyst for spiritual </li></ul> exploration and healing by the African Bwiti culture.<br />
  17. 17. The effects of Ibogaine include<br /><ul><li>Ataxia (similar to the of over indulgence in alcohol)
  18. 18. Facilitates tactile, visual, auditory experiences of </li></ul> alternate realities.<br /><ul><li>Locks on to addiction receptors blocking feed back </li></ul> loops that reinforce dependency.<br /><ul><li> Ibogaine was found to switch on a growth factor, </li></ul> GDNF, that re-sprouts dopamine neurons <br /> suppressed by drug abuse.<br />
  19. 19. Conclusion<br /><ul><li>Ibogaine has anti-addictive properties.
  20. 20. Research further suggests that ibogaine may return the individual's physical and psychological state to a pre-addictive state.
  21. 21. Anecdotal reports show immediate reduction in drug cravings, no, or highly limited, withdrawal symptoms and greater self-control. 
  22. 22. While studies are still preliminary, the results to date offer tremendous hope.</li></li></ul><li>References<br /><ul><li>Fig. 1., Ibogaine Molecule, Retrieved June 6, 2009, from
  23. 23. www.advancedhealthtransitions.com
  24. 24. Fig. 2., Opiate Actions, Retrieved June 6, 2009, from</li></ul>http://www.heroinaddiction.co.za<br /><ul><li>Fig. 3., Ibogaine Molecule Potographed under u.v light, By Marco Resinovic, Retrieved June 4, 2009, from http://www.ibogaine.org/micro.html</li>

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