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    I was recently introduced to an alternative health care clinic in Mexico. I was shocked to find out they've treated over 750 patients suffering from MS using ibogaine!

    I spoke with a 43 year old women who takes a flood dose of ibogaine immediately after feeling the onset of an exacerbation. She says it stops her relapses dead in their tracks,
    and she's taken ibogaine at least once a year for the last 22 years.

    Another man claims to have thrown his wheel chair in the garbage after his first time using 5-MEO-DMT. He says the psychedelic trip taught him a new way to use his legs.

    Again.. 750+ patients have used this, just in this one clinic in Mexico.

    The clinic's chief of staff says he's used COCKTAILS of several different psychedelic medicines for treatment of not just multiple sclerosis, but on a myriad of different neurological
    diseases with great results. They regularly use - ibogaine, DMT, ayahuasca, peyote, magic mushrooms, and occasionally LSD.



    Some evidence suggests that the neurodegeneration in Parkinson’s may be caused by the body’s own immune system losing the ability to determine between healthy and unhealthy cells, as is the case with autoimmune diseases such as Fibromyalgia, Multiple Sclerosis and others, in which much of the body’s organs and cell tissue deteriorate because of misdirected attack by the immune system.

    Although the theory is still untested, there is anecdotal evidence and a theoretical framework that suggests ibogaine may have therapeutic benefits in the treatment of Parkinson, and possibly other disorders that cause the degeneration of brain and cell tissues.

    Ibogaine therapy, especially low-dose regimens, may facilitate the expression of GDNF without the side effects of other medications or the difficulty of other avenues of administering neurotrophic factor. Anecdotal reports suggest that at least several people with Fibromyalgia, Multiple Sclerosis, and Parkinson’s who have been treated with ibogaine have seen an extended remission of symptoms.
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