2003: Drug Policy Alliance Conference

The Drug Policy Alliance 2003 Biennial Conference Ibogaine Roundtable   [01:05 PM] Moderator: Howard Lotsof [01:10 PM] Returning Control of Ibogaine to Drug Users Howard S. Lotsof, Dora Weiner Foundation, Staten Island, NY Discoverer of ibogaine’s anti-addictive effects [01:20 PM] Ibogaine: Historical Review Kenneth R. Alper, MD, Associate Professor, NYU …

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Addicted to Addiction

University of Miami’s Deborah Mash believes ibogaine could be the wonder drug to end all drugs. And she’s ready to risk everything to prove it. By Paula Park (Originally published in Miami New Times — 09.11.1997) Deborah Mash and her three colleagues from the University of Miami strolled into the …

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Natural Healing

A Miracle Cure for Addiction? by Tristram Korten Photographs © 2006, Simon Hare Photography Ocean Drive Magazine / (April 2006) Though South Beach may be a hotspot for A-list substance abuse, across the causeway a Miami doctor is struggling to legalize an astonishing treatment derived from an African plant. Most …

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Addiction Treatment Strives for Legitimacy

by Brian Vastag Journal of the American Medical Association Vol. 288 No. 24, pp. 3096-3101, December 25, 2002 © 2002 American Medical Association. All rights reserved. Tabernanthe iboga, the West African source of ibogaine, used by some to treat addiction. New York — Some drugs are made in laboratories. Others, …

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IVD’s

MindVox Theoretical Macromolecular Modeling Bioinformatics Group, Inc. Proudly Announces the Immediate Availability of:  Ibogaine Voodoo Dolls® (IVD’s) Each custom-made, individually hand-crafted IVD, comes with its’ very own tiny little barf bucket (in case it experiences nausea). At the beginning of your session, we will light a candle and immerse your …

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Ibogaine: A Novel Anti-Addictive Compound…

Ibogaine: A Novel Anti-Addictive Compound A Comprehensive Literature Review By: Jonathan Freedlander Advisor: Carlo DiClemente, Ph.D. University of Maryland, Baltimore County Introduction and History Ibogaine is a naturally occurring indole alkaloid, found in a variety of African shrubs of the Tabernanthe genus (Obach, Pablo, and Mash, 1998). The root of …

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Ibogaine: Treatment Outcomes and Observations

MAPS Bulletin volume xiii number 2 winter 2003 Ibogaine: Treatment Outcomes and Observations Epoptica & Junk the Magic Dragon (Hattie Wells & Patrick K. Kroupa) Background Ibogaine is a naturally-occurring psychoactive indole alkaloid derived from the roots of the African rainforest shrub Tabernanthe iboga. Ibogaine is traditionally used by indigenous …

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Ibogaine: Complex Pharmacokinetics…

Reprinted from Neurobiological Mechanisms of Drugs of Abuse Volume 914 of the Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences September 2000 Ibogaine: Complex Pharmacokinetics, Concerns for Safety, and Preliminary Efficacy Measures DEBORAH C. MASH,[a,b,h] CRAIG A. KOVERA,[o] JOHN PABLO,[o] RACHEL F. TYNDALE,[c] FRANK D. ERVIN,[d] IZBEN C. WILLIAMS,[e] EDWARD …

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London: Ibogaine 2001 Conference

Copyright © 2001, Patrick K. Kroupa All Rights Reserved Original Publication: Heroin Times On December 12th, the second ibogaine conference to be held in London took place. Roughly 100 people gathered for the event; many of them traveling from all over the world to take part in the proceedings. Ibogaine …

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London Ibogaine Conference: An In-depth Look

Copyright © 2002, Patrick K. Kroupa All Rights Reserved Original Publication: Heroin Times In the January issue of Heroin Times, I provided a brief summary of the topics which were covered at the second ibogaine conference in the U.K, which was held on December 12th 2001. This article provides a …

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