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There are two types of opiate addicts:
1. Addicts who are in actual physical pain
2. Addicts who are not in actual physical pain
Certain individuals have become addicted to opiates due to the fact that they have chronic pain. They literally need opiates to assuage pain symptoms and sensations. Their bodies adjust to prescribed opiate dosages, and they need more opiates to decrease the pain. Not everyone in pain "drug seeks" for the high sensation, though this is often the reputation they acquire.
An increase in opiates is often necessary over the course of time to alleviate pain because the body re-calibrates its baseline level. For example if you work out at the gym and you have your routine, there will be a point in time where you will hit your wall because your body has adjusted and your muscles have adjusted to the workout. This is the time when one might switch up their routine, if s/he wants to see more improvement rather than maintain baseline.
An increased need for higher dosages of opiates is do to the "hitting the wall" factor. The need for increased opiates is even more so the case, if an individual is an ultra rapid drug processor based on his genetic variation marker located on chromosome 22. If he is an ultra rapid processor, his body metabolizes opiates and 25% of SSRIs at a very expedient rate.
(Insurance companies cover this testing and one who is an Ultra-rapid Metabolizer could easily make an argument that he needs more opiates from his MD. Out of pocket at IboGreen's lab, the cost for this test is approximately $350 and results take 2 weeks. (So if one is wanting to come off methadone, suboxone or subutex and will be on short acting opiates anyway for approximately 3-4 weeks prior to ibogaine treatment, it would be a good idea to have this genetic marker test as it will actually determine your ibogaine dosage, superceding the current calculations of ibogaine based on mg of Ibogaine to kg bodyweight. This fact is supported by GITA.
Of course an addict can use this information regarding Chromosome 22 to his benefit as well. There is a dilemma in this world, of what to share and circulate and what not to share. What benefits one may be adversely used by other. What's one to do?
For individuals who live in chronic pain but are seeking to get off of opiates and want to use Ibogreen's Ibogaine to get off opiates and prevent withdrawals, it is important that the person spend time researching prior to his ibogaine treatment all the various alternative pain modalities that might be utilized instead of opiates so that they are not in pain once opiates are out of the system.
For those who struggle with constant pain, an Ibogaine flood dose will create a buffer period where decreased pain will be manageable and perhaps not experienced at all by the individual for a period of time. Perhaps for some, neuro-networking routhes are reshuffled enough where pain is not again experienced because the neuro-somatic operating system has literally started operating on a new platform.
However, one should have a Pain Pouch of tools ready for easy access for if and when pain symptoms do return for the category 1 type of people: those who are familiar with living in constant pain.
Post Ibogaine, it may be a matter of trial and error of the various collected pain decreasing modalities to see what is most effective for pain reduction in any given individual. For those living in constant pain, it is fundamental to have a "healing bag" of alternative pain management techniques to grab from following their post Ibogaine experience because nobody wants to live in perpetual pain. One can only handle it for so long, no matter how strong he is.
Dependent upon what type of chronic pain an individual has, different options may be available.
Some examples of alternative pain management techniques include but are not limited to:
A separate Pain Pouch of this blog will be created and over time, new pain assuaging techniques for people will be added.
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