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If you have been "honorably or dishonorably" been discharged from the military due to PTSD and/or addiction and you want to get "Get Clean With IboGreen," we offer an 8% discount.
Two common things happen to soldiers:
1. They get injured.
2. They get traumatized PTSD Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
Injuries resulting in LONG TERM CHRONIC PAIN
Often, with time, bodies adjust to a pain medication and the medication no longer assuages physical pain symptoms. More medication or supplemental medication is needed. This statement is in particular true for those who are Ultra Rapid drug metabolizers based on Cytochrome P450 CYP2D6 gene located on chromosome 22. (You can get tested for which 1/4 types of drug metabolizers you are and if you are an ultra rapid metabolizer, you can make a strong case for the biological need to have opiate dosage increased.) However, for one to be on lots of opiates is not good for the body and there are other ways to manage pain, so my intention with this sharing this fact is not to suggest that a route of more opiates is the answer to pain. I'm suggesting the concept because it is a fact, and some people who know this biological fact about their bodies may be prescribed more opiates and never turn to addictive patterns. (An analogy would be a diabetic knowing she's a diabetic and getting insulin). I don't know? Which is the harder path of life to travel? Using more opiates? Struggling in pain? Seeking addictively because your body has adjusted? The decision is yours.
For those living in chronic pain, ideally, a life with alternative pain methods that cessate pain and have decreased biological side effects is the solution.
Some research from Canada demonstrates that opiate usage can be decreased with tiny dosing on Ibogaine resulting in 20 days of using opiates followed by 10 days of using Ibogaine (which decreases the need for increasing dosages of pain medication. It also gives the body a break from opiate's side effects while not forcing the person to live in pain as Ibogaine manages the pain until the body adjusts, hence the alternating on/off pattern.
Putting these ideas aside, if you already addictively use opiates and you want to stop, using a flood dose of Ibogaine which lasts 36 hours and is monitored by our experienced medical team including an ER MD, a Primary Nurse and an ER level EMT, the plant medicine will break the addition pattern and reset your body to the state in which it was before opiates. You will not experience any withdrawals.
We will discuss and plan out pain management solution alternative routes of which there are many such that your life no longer revolves around addiction as the scene in the "magazine."
Short term pain resulting in ADDICTION
Some soldiers or veterans have been injured. They may need surgery followed by opiates and or opiates to assuage the pain for a temporary duration. However, during this period of time, the individual becomes an addict. Why some people become addicts and others do not is the result of a combination of variables including but not limited to: genes, familial intergenerational patterns of managing emotions, PTSD, sensitivity levels etc.
PTSD and the use of Ibogaine coupled with pre psychotherapy and post psychotherapy can transcend years of talk therapy. Remove the internal "land mind triggers" and enter a life of freedom.
Call Ibogreen and mention you are in the military or an ex member and receive an 8% discounted rate to honor your dedication to warfare at the sacrifice of your wellfare.
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