FDA Approves Miami Researchers’ Hallucinogen Experiment On Humans

Copyright 1993 States News Service States News Service August 26, 1993, Thursday LENGTH: 629 words LANGUAGE: ENGLISH HEADLINE: FDA Approves Miami Researchers’ Hallucinogen Experiment On Humans BYLINE: By Sarah Pekkanen, States News Service DATELINE: WASHINGTON BODY: Mark L. was snorting, smoking and injecting $100 worth of cocaine and heroin every …

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BBC: Psychedelic Science

PSYCHEDELIC SCIENCE – Documentary by Bill Eagles Aired on: February 27th, 1997, BBC NARRATOR (HUGH QUARSHIE): Controversial human experiments with the psychedelic drug LSD held new promise for psychiatry in the 1950s. They were closed down when the drug was made illegal in 1966. Today a new generation of American scientists …

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Ibogaine Abstracts on PubMed

18-Methoxycoronaridine (18-MC) and ibogaine: comparison of antiaddictive efficacy, toxicity, and mechanisms of action. 18-Methoxycoronaridine (18-MC) and ibogaine: comparison of antiaddictive efficacy, toxicity, and mechanisms of action. 18-MC, a novel iboga alkaloid congener, is being developed as a potential treatment for multiple forms of drug abuse. Like ibogaine (40 mg/kg), 18-MC …

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The Dharma of Ibogaine

by James Kent An interview with Eric Taub James Kent is Publisher of Trip / Copyright © 2005, Tripzine.com  For nine years Eric Taub has been finding creative ways to treat patients and addicts with a powerful psychedelic substance known as ibogaine. Originally found in the West-African shrub Tanernanthe iboga, …

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Voices of Truth

Sections of interview taken from: Voices of Truth Conversations with Scientists, Thinkers and Healers by Nina L. Diamond Journalist and writer Nina L. Diamond brings a rare insight and wit to the longest, most in-depth conversations ever published with fourteen prominent and innovate scientists, thinkers and healers, including best-selling authors …

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Ibogaine: Down Memory Lane

Does one trip equal 30 years on a therapist’s couch? By Nina L. Diamond OMNI Magazine, February 1994  It’s the closest thing anyone’s seen to a bona fide cure for drug and alcohol addiction, yet, paradoxically, Ibogaine’s curative power seems to derive from its consciousness-altering properties. Despite the government’s historic …

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The Conscious Cafe: Eric Taub

by Daniel Holeman and Roberta Walker Holeman: So I’m speaking now with Eric Taub from Florida, who is a therapist and a practitioner who is speaking about the substance called ibogaine. And we’ll start off with welcoming you Eric. Taub: Hi there. Walker: Hi, Eric. Holeman: Hi, and why don’t …

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Brain Waves

How a UM doctor may soon unveil the ultimate cure for addictions, and uncovered the mystery surrounding sudden cocaine deaths (Reprinted from South Florida magazine) By Nina L. Diamond  Photograph by Jane Mitchell Cocaine overdoses had become more common in South Florida than frostbite in Alaska. At the peak of …

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Uncovering Ibogaine

the Deborah Mash Interview with Paul DeRienzo Dr. Deborah Mash is a faculty member in the Department of Neurology of the University of Miami, School of Medicine with a secondary appointment in Cellular Molecular Pharmacology. Dr. Mash’s area of expertise is called Neuropharmacology and Neuroscience and her doctoral dissertation was …

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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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