The iboga root barks for sale in our iboga shop are composed of Sun-dried vertical shavings of Iboga root barks, gotten From +20 years old Tabernanthe iboga trees with an estimated 95% ibogaine composition. Under product state, choose the iboga root bark powder if you need it to come in a powder state.
40g Iboga Root Barks For Sale:
- Appears as brownish-yellow root barks.
- It can be ground into iboga root barks powder
- It is stored dry and sealed.Tabernanthe iboga sprouts green leaves, bears small fruit, and carries within its roots the core of Gabon’s Bwiti culture: one of the strongest psychedelic compounds in the world.In its powdered form, the dried peelings of the iboga root resemble instant coffee. A small dose works like coffee, too. Bwiti hunters occasionally use it as a stimulant. Healers also employ moderate doses to treat a host of physical maladies. But a larger dose serves the ritual purpose of initiating newcomers into the Bwiti religion.The person undergoing initiation enters a Bwiti temple, where they’re covered in powdered clay. They consume iboga—either in dried chips, spoonfuls of powder, or (less commonly) mixed with tea. Daniel Pinchbeck, whose book Breaking Open the Head takes its title from the way the Bwiti describe the ceremony, consumed iboga via a plantain that had been sliced open and filled with powder, as well as spoonfuls of powder mixed with honey. He describes the taste as “like sawdust laced with battery acid.”For the rest of the night—and sometimes for several days—those participating in the ceremony remain under the care of other Bwiti. Why the need for company? Because the active alkaloid in the plant, ibogaine, causes out-of-body, hallucinatory experiences. The Bwiti use these visions to connect with ancestors.Unfortunately, some turn to the powerful psychedelic plant for a wild drug trip instead of a spiritual journey. Much like the case with South America’s psychedelic ayahuasca plant, foreigners travel from all over the world to experience iboga’s effects—just because they can. Traditional Bwiti practitioners are concerned by the diminishing and commodification of their sacred rituals.
USES & EFFECTIVENESS
Insufficient Evidence to Rate Effectiveness for…
- Drug abuse. Early evidence suggests that ibogaine, a chemical in iboga, can help increase abstinence and relieve withdrawal symptoms in people abusing drugs such as heroin, codeine, cocaine and other substances such as alcohol, tobacco, and marijuana. However the existing research is flawed and unreliable.
- High blood pressure.
- Nerve disorders.
- Preventing fatigue and drowsiness.
- Other conditions.
More evidence is needed to rate the effectiveness of iboga for these uses.
Ibogaine, a chemical in iboga, is POSSIBLY SAFE when taken by mouth in smaller doses and under a health care professionals supervision. Due to potentially dangerous side effects it should not be used without advice of a medical practitioner.
Ibogaine POSSIBLY UNSAFE when taken by mouth in large doses. Ibogaine might cause an irregular heartbeat, thinking disturbances, heart attack, and death.
Ibogaine can causeother side effects such as low blood pressure, slow heart rate, seizures, paralysis, difficulty breathing, anxiety, hallucinations and death. Iboga root bark
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