Doors open at 6 pm, event starts at 7 pm
Ibogaine has been getting press in modern times as an effective "addiction interruptor" for addictions, most prominently for opiate addicts who usually don't experience withdrawals.
This extraction of the tabernanthe iboga shrub, native to Africa and traditionally used by the indigenous Bwiti tribe, has many other effective applications, including for alcoholism, PTSD, and many more.
Karen O'Neel will share her experience effectively overcoming a 35-year bulimia addiction with an ibogaine flood.
Join her May 10 at the Paris Theater for a presentation, questions and answers, followed by member fellowship.