حدود یک سال قبل برای اولین بار با استفاده از سیلوسایبین اقدام به ترک دادن معتادی که در مراحل اخر اعتیاد به مخدر کریستال شیشه (متامفتامین ) بود کردم بیماری که دچار توهمات شدید و دیوانگی بود و همه معتقد بودند که دیگر هیچ کس و هیچ دارویی نمی تواند او را درمان کند و باید همیشه در بیمارستان روانی بستری باشد
بیمار اکنون مدت ها است از اعتیاد به شیشه رهایی یافته است و در صحت عقل است
امروزه صحبت از این که چطور با استفاده از ترکیبات دی ام تی DMT می توان معتاد به متامفتامین (شیشه ) را ترک داد برای عده ای ناشناخته وغیر قابل باور و غیر علمی و در حد یک توهم است
انچه من یک سال قبل انجام دادم درست بر اساس نکات کوچک درج شده در اخرین مجلد منتشر شده از کتاب اسیب شناسی روانی دی اس ام 5 بود
من شناخت بیمار را بدون انجام جلسات روانشناختی CBT در ظرف مدت کوتاهی تغیر دادم کاری که بیشتر به یک معجزه شبیه بود
امروز در تاریخ 12 اپریل 2014 مشابه همان درمان را در یکی از مقالات خواندم که انرا در این جا برای شما نشر می کنم
مرد 44 ساله ای که بمدت یکسال معتاد به متامفتامین بود و به کمک ترکیبات دی ام تی از اعتیاد به ان نجات یافت .
این تازه شروع کار استفاده ازسیلوسایبین برای درمان های روانشناختی و ترک اعتیاد مواد مخدر است.
طریقه درمانی که ما هنوز در ابتدای راه ان هستم و ممکن است سالها طول بکشد تا دیگران تازه با نکات علمی ان اشنا شوند و انرا بپذیرند .
درمان به روش سایکدلیک درمانی قدیمی اما ناشناخته برای پزشکان ایران و اخرین تیر ترکش ما برای غلبه بر اعتیاد به مواد مخدر و محرک است
برای من این افتخار کافی است که جزو اولین پزشکانی در جهان هستم که این جرعت و علم را داشتم که این نوع درمان را بر اساس موازین علمی مورد ازمایش و تجربه قرار داده و جزو خوش شانس ترین پژوهشگرانی که در این طریق درمانی صد در صد موفق بودم
دکتر یزدان نیاز 13 تیر 1393 تهران
by Brianon April 12, 2014
My story involves a transformation in mind and the escape from a crippling addiction. I have no doubt my recovery was spurred by the catalyst of psychedelic experience, specifically dimethyltryptamine and psilocybin. I’m a 44 year old male from a middle working class family. I work a blue collar corporate job, and I have had a interest in mind altering substances since my teens.
A little over a year ago I was involved in a affair with Crystal Methamphetamine that took me to the brink of insanity and physical breakdown. I have DMT and psilocybin to thank for helping me gain perspective and snapping out of it’s evil spell.
I had some marriage problems, dissatisfaction with my job and frankly boredom that led me back to a old Friend of the Devil that I had managed to stay away from for a good 20 years. I had some experience with meth in my youth being surrounded by it when I moved to Arizona after high school. That was the late 80s early 90s and it was a different recipe less refined back then people referred to it as crank or more appropriately shit. I did get dependent on it back then for a few years but it never effected me as badly as it did in this recent nightmare it dragged me through. I think the lack of purity, and a more recreational approach as well as a lack of a surplus of the drug to consume kept me from really losing it back then. I also thought that since I never smoked or injected it I could maintain some control over its pull but this is a big lie.
This is where Psychedelics work their magic in a addicts mind because they don’t allow you to lie to yourself. Addictions are perpetuated by lies. How else could you look yourself in the mirror with your red skin breaking out from the ooze of chemical sweat and think what I need is just another line of toxins of course? I warn anyone that thinks they are strong enough to experiment with the Meth demon you can be easily fooled. I came into a situation where I could acquire it easily from someone at work. My idea was to use it as a weekend recreation and motivational supplement for mundane chores.
I was getting what I found to be a much more pure product than what I had seen 20 years ago. Rocks that looked like shards of glass as many have come to refer to it now shards or glass. I still thought if I refrained from smoking it and just snorted it on the weekends then took a day off to rest before going back to the grind I would be fine. This did work in fact for awhile I enjoyed what seemed like a renewed lust for life and my hobbies of playing guitar and wrenching on my vehicles.
I was getting what seemed to be a lot done helping my wife run her own business etc. This is the insidious nature of the drug because your fooled into thinking its short lived performance enhancements are worth the side effects. This starts a game of denial where you watch yourself deteriorate but are helpless to the chains of the addiction finding a way to justify every time you need to get high. This evil parasite takes up a home inside not just your body but your very soul If there is such thing as possession by demons Meth addiction qualifies. I kept it a secret from my wife for a long time hiding it better than I was aware of. I finally confessed during a crisis of our dog almost dying. Meth took me to a state of paranoia eventually that I never would have imagined I could go. Hearing voices, peering out the window sure someone is watching my sorry state of being with malicious intent. This was most likely due to the sleep deprivation it caused I started to have delusional hallucinations of parasites attacking my body. I thought the world was out to get me and when I look back on that person I don’t even recognize who I was.
It was a shameful shell of who I really could be and I thank the plant gods for getting me back on the road to recovery. My wife needless to say was upset and felt betrayed so I agreed to a out patient hella expensive rehab of counseling sessions. The counseling was helpful but was pushing me toward the standard 12 step program. I was not very impressed with the NA model of abstinence from everything and affirmations of Im a loser ready to fall off the wagon anytime. I think that is a flawed ideology because each moment is a chance to be someone new and different.
Psychedelics show you that your only obstacles are mostly flawed self perceptions. I continued my own self healing with DMT and a couple psilocybin trips. I know those head trips were my inspiration to finally flush the last bag of meth down the toilet. I had previous experiences with psychedelics as early as my late teens in high school I started with LSD and later had encounters with mushrooms and exctasy being a fan of the Grateful Dead these drugs were plentiful. I look back on those early days of use as less important than my recent journey however because the intent was much more recreational then. I took them along with friends to enhance concerts, camping, hiking adventures more than for their introspective value.
My introduction to DMT would show me a different perspective from some of my more introspective intense LSD and psilocybin trips with a unique presence of a caring intelligence. This intelligence offered guidance in a truthful direction giving insights to denied behaviors. DMT somehow found me at just the right time to be saved. The first time I used it blew my mind. I took a few puffs of a off white powder mixed with some herb and my room was transformed into some glowing alive space. Everything looked alive and vibrating on some invisible lattice mapped out in light. My eyes were astonished to see a figure hovering by in a egg shaped holographic space craft with tribal drums and chants echoing in the background of some other time space. Never had I seen anything this intense on any other substance and it made my beliefs in supernatural realms a reality I could experience at the puff of a pipe, amazing !
Looking back on my behavior when using I noticed I always played the victim role. I perceived everything happening as out of my control. I cant say Im some enlightened being after imbibing the spirit molecule, but I know Im a better person. My mind is no longer obsessed with dark thoughts of victimization. I found a renewed creative interest in art and expression. I now have a interest in meditation and buddhist philosophies of mindfulness. I also have found a interesting side effect is I no longer crave alcohol. I will have a beer or 2 but no desire to get hammered anymore.
I would recommend psychedelic therapy to anyone in the grips of addiction with a willingness to be saved. The only warning I have is be prepared to see yourself and your world in a new light. The transformation is not all warm and fuzzy rose garden parties. It can be a rude awakening to the work that you were running from getting high. Peace, Love and Plant propogation!