Voacanga Africana, a tropical tree native to West Africa, is called Kokiyar, Pete-Pete, Kirongasi, Ako-Dodo, Ou or Rungu in the local African dialects. It grows up to 30 feet tall and has leaves that are up to 30 cm in length. The tree produces yellow or white flowers, which become berries with numerous dark brown[…]
Warning: There are many theories about our”journeys”. Are they real? Is it just a dream? Are we talking to our subconscious mind? do we simply feel “special” when we connect to the divine. These are all questions, and questions are good. All I can do is share my experience, I call it real, some experts[…]
Voacanga Africana African names ( Family: Apocynaneae) Nigeria : Hausa : Kokiyar / Kikiyar Igbo : Pete-Pete Swahili: Kirongasi Yoruba : Ako-dodo Maurice M Iwu, publisher of 2 books on African medicine describes Voacanga Africana as a well know “Diuretic, infant tonic and convulsion prophylaxis” Medicinal uses: A decoction of stem bark and root is[…]
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Although there is much evidence to support Ibogaine therapy as a highly effective addiction interrupter, the final outcome will always depend on the heartfelt intent of the addict. In other words, the addict must seriously want to be free of his/her addiction, and must be willing to examine or re-visit the underlying emotional trauma[…]
Many people who embark on a journey of self-discovery use plant medicines to enhance this process, and in some cases to facilitate connection with the Divine. Often they come to realise that this begins with self mastery, which ultimately means looking deep within one’s self. Iboga/Ibogaine will facilitate this process beautifully and rapidly, as long[…]
•It is always necessary to observe a careful diet for at least a week (and preferably longer) leading up to the ingestion of plant medicine. Plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables should be eaten, while making sure to drink at least a couple of litres of water per day. If its tap water then it[…]
Ibogaine – The addiction interrupter
Ibogaine is a substance that is derived from the root of an African plant that grows in Gabon. This plant is originally used during initiations of the Bwiti culture, but in the sixties the anti-addictive properties of this psychoactive substance were discovered by Howard Lotsof. Ibogaine is surrounded by controversy. The decisions about the use[…]