Ibogaine Treatment Offers Real Healing to Those Addicted to Opioids

In recent weeks, the news has revealed more legal and financial repercussions for those who have profited from the sale of pharmaceutical opioids. The Sacklers, the family behind Purdue Pharma, have been ordered to pay $3 billion over the next three years—out of their personal wealth—to cover thousands of lawsuits…

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Ibogaine Treatment for Opioid Addiction

It’s a sad but indisputable fact that the U.S. has an opioid epidemic on its hands. By 2017, 1.7 million people had substance use disorders from taking prescription opioids and another 652K had heroin addictions. Something that ibogaine treatment may have helped prevent for many. Addiction to opioids of any kind…

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Heroin And Hope At The White Hotel

Copyright 1994 Guardian Newspapers Limited The Guardian May 16, 1994 SECTION: THE GUARDIAN FEATURES PAGE; Pg. T2 LENGTH: 3547 words HEADLINE: Heroin And Hope At The White Hotel Ibogaine is a mystery. It seems to cure dope addicts like Marcel; it is also blamed for the death of his girlfriend,…

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The Psychedelic Cure

Copyright 1994 The New York Times Company The New York Times April 10, 1994, Sunday, Late Edition – Final SECTION: Section 6; Page 50; Column 1; Magazine Desk LANGUAGE: ENGLISH LOAD-DATE-MDX: May 1, 1994 LENGTH: 2477 words HEADLINE: The Psychedelic Cure BYLINE: By Alexis Jetter THE OLD, WHITE HOTEL SOUTH…

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Clinton’s Anti-Drug Budget Is Just Old Wine In New Bottles

The Ethnic NewsWatch Philadelphia Tribune, The March 11, 1994 SECTION: Vol. 111; No. 26; Pg. 6-A ETHNIC-GROUP: African-American LANGUAGE: English LENGTH: 441 words LOAD-DATE-MDX: June 13, 1994 HEADLINE: Clinton’s Anti-Drug Budget Is Just Old Wine In New Bottles BODY: Clinton’s Anti-Drug Budget Is Just Old Wine In New Bottles. The…

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New drug offers hope for curing addiction; testing hits a snag

The Ethnic NewsWatch Philadelphia Tribune, The March 11, 1994 SECTION: Vol. 111; No. 26; Pg. 3-A LANGUAGE: ENGLISH LOAD-DATE-MDX: March 23, 1994 LENGTH: 640 words HEADLINE: New drug offers hope for curing addiction; testing hits a snag BYLINE: Clay, Denise BODY: New drug offers hope for curing addiction; testing hits…

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A Drug To Fight Drugs

Chicago Tribune March 22, 1994 Tuesday, EVENING UPDATE EDITION SECTION: NEWS; Pg. 7; ZONE: C; EVENING. Health. LANGUAGE: ENGLISH LOAD-DATE-MDX: April 10, 1994 LENGTH: 738 words HEADLINE: A DRUG TO FIGHT DRUGS BYLINE: By Sandra Blakeslee, New York Times News Service. BODY: Driven by a deep sense of frustration that…

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Hallucinogenic herb may help drug addicts

Copyright 1993 Toronto Star Newspapers, Ltd. The Toronto Star November 19, 1993, Friday, FINAL EDITION SECTION: LIFE; Pg. D1 GRAPHIC: Photograph IAX-CLASS: Health; Magazine LANGUAGE: ENGLISH LOAD-DATE-MDX: April 08, 1994 LENGTH: 317 words HEADLINE: Hallucinogenic herb may help drug addicts BYLINE: REUTER AP DATELINE: MIAMI BODY: An ancient and illegal…

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African Root Studied As Addiction Treatment

Copyright 1993 Reuters, Limited November 16, 1993, Tuesday, BC cycle LENGTH: 380 words COLUMN: Health briefs LOAD-DATE: November 18, 1993 HEADLINE: AFRICAN ROOT STUDIED AS ADDICTION TREATMENT BYLINE: By Jane Sutton DATELINE: MIAMI BODY: An ancient and illegal hallucinogenic herb that was popular during the 1960s is under study as…

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Researchers Say 1 Drug May Cure Other Addictions

THE ORLANDO SENTINEL November 17, 1993 Wednesday, 3 STAR SECTION: A SECTION; Pg. A14 LOAD-DATE-MDX: November 20, 1993 LANGUAGE: ENGLISH LENGTH: 160 words HEADLINE: RESEARCHERS SAY 1 DRUG MAY CURE OTHER ADDICTIONS DATELINE: MIAMI BODY: An ancient and illegal hallucinogenic herb that was popular during the 1960s is under study…

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