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New Study Claims Drug Ibogaine Can Cure Heroin Addiction

Hey, It's the second post to this topic... I'll send it to you by msg though if you like... Sending now... If for some reason you cant see it, let me know... Maybe topix doesn't allow so many links in a post...? Not sure...  (Dec 2, 2010 | post #15)

New Study Claims Drug Ibogaine Can Cure Heroin Addiction

There are underground groups like freedom root in NY that detox you... There are also places you can buy it online (black market). The thing that scares me, is the "unreported deaths"... I guess it comes with the territory when you list is as sched. 1 drug and give people the same sentence as those caught with crack and heroin. Check out the links from my first post, even if you aren't on drugs, the videos are informative.  (Dec 2, 2010 | post #13)

New Study Claims Drug Ibogaine Can Cure Heroin Addiction

No this is a shrub root from africa used by the bwiti people. It only grows in one place and they use it as and initiation rite and to cure sickness and problems  (Dec 1, 2010 | post #4)

Morphine or Oxycodone

Rob do what I do here in the US... msg me for my email and ill fill you in. The UK has a lot of this, US not so much this year...  (Dec 1, 2010 | post #12)

Morphine or Oxycodone

I'm in the US  (Nov 30, 2010 | post #7)

Morphine or Oxycodone

Im curious to see how things are going... hit me up rob if things went well  (Nov 28, 2010 | post #4)

Morphine and MS For SALE NEED GONE ASAP

@sdoggy- How'd things get on... You can msg me if you don't post it here  (Nov 28, 2010 | post #3)

Kadian Morphine 60mg Offer

Isn't there a way to weed this crap out... There's gotta be good people on here somewhere... F%&K  (Nov 28, 2010 | post #5)

Drugs

Heroin sentence 12 years

First off, I'll start by offering my condolences to those of you who have lost children and family members to opiates and other drugs. Now for the rest... A little about me if you don't mind. First and foremost I am a productive member of society (by society's meager standards anyway). I have a 50-60hr work week (comp time is a nice addition to vacation), I pay my taxes, have never been on welfare, and I do a lot of charity work as well as give back to the community. I live an hour or so east from where all of this has happened If I passed you on the street, you would nod your head, smile at me, and ask me how my day was going. You would never guess that I was an opiate addict. Not all addicts steal, rape, and pillage the towns people. Addiction is a horrible thing, it's filled with poor decision making, a high mortality rate, and it is a remarkably hard thing to overcome. Drugs and addiction are hard pills to swallow and it's victims are ever present. Please know that I don't condone anything that's been done by this gentleman, but I do know that we are responsible for our own choices and decisions. This includes those that sell drugs as well as those that do them. I've been on all kinds of drugs throughout my life and nobody ever forced me to do them. They were available and I wanted to try them. No I know that some of you might not understand this urge or desire to do "drugs", just like I don't understand why people jump out of planes or hurt themselves relentlessly like the guys in the jackass movies. But they do it, and they enjoy it so who am I to judge them, just because I don't understand why they do it. Now my situation is a little different than most, but isn't everyone's story a little different? I don't do heroin (mostly because I don't know where to find it) and I get my "drugs" legally because it just worked out that way and I'm not the kind of guy that can walk down the popular drug streets and just "order" drugs. Even so, people make choices and in doing so, they agree to live or die with the consequences of their actions. Now their intentions might not be to get caught or die, but when you do drugs you know that "it" (the fun) will be short lived and then you must open "the door" and choose your path. Casting judgment on one person for another persons choice is just plain wrong. If all of your life someone told you not to walk on broken glass because your feet would get cut and you did it anyway, would you sue the company that made the glass? Would you seek to destroy the person who broke the glass that you walked on? Of course you wouldn't, it was your fault!! (Now some of you might, but you're a different breed and blame everyone else for your own mistakes. So you don't count!) You can't blame one person for the choice of another. In the world of addicts we all make our choice to start, and it isn't until we are in too deep that we realize there is no way out. But I can't blame anyone else, because the choice was mine all along. My heart goes out to all of the people that have lost loved ones to this terrible problem. The choice your loved one made came at a terrible price and should serve as an example to all of those who have this choice ahead of them. In the last year and a half, I have been to several doctors, inquired about treatment, joined several programs, and none of them have helped. I consider myself to be a realist. I am well educated, I have moral standards, I set and complete goals, and above all I am a considerate human and give back where and when I can. I have a strong will and have on most occasions held my ground and beaten every odd stacked against me. I don't blame the world for my problems, nor do I believe that I am owed something in this this life. I work for everything I have and have had, I have never taken from someone or from the system. But I am an addict and to most of you that makes me a lowlife regardless of what I have done or will do. My 2c  (Nov 22, 2010 | post #74)