Year: 2012

Important information for those thinking of taking Ibogaine

With Ibogaine treatment now more available than ever before, in an ever-widening range of settings, more and more knowledge about the drug is gathering. At the time of writing, March 2007, one thing that is becoming increasingly clear is that there is a reasonable degree of risk associated with taking the drug. At least 12 people are recorded as having…

Are We Being Told The Truth About The “War on Drugs”? by Nick Sandberg

The massive and ever-increasing presence of illicit drugs within our society is prompting much concern. The US government’s “War on Drugs” is demonstrably not working and further considered by many to be counterproductive. Here in the UK, the number of people using heroin is now reckoned to be approaching 2% of the general population of some cities. Yet little effective…

Heroin Use and the Psychology of Repression by Nick Sandberg

I hope this short piece about how repression occurs and the kinds of strategies our subconscious mind utilises to deal with it may shed fresh light on addiction issues. Heroin, known medically as diamorphine, is in essence little more than an extremely powerful painkiller. The essential effect of heroin, like that of any opiate, is to render pain subconscious. To…