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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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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Historical Ibogaine Media

Ibogaine: the 90s Mahn...

Historical Ibogaine Media & Press Archives This is not a complete archive of ibogaine-related pieces from the 90s, it represents part of a collection of materials which were not accessible on the internet previously. In particular it focuses on the FDA and NIDA’s involvement during a period of time when…

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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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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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Ibogaine Therapy: A ‘Vast, Uncontrolled Experiment’

ADDICTION RESEARCH: Ibogaine Therapy: A ‘Vast, Uncontrolled Experiment’ by Brian Vastag (Science, Vol 308, Issue 5720, 345-346 , 15 April 2005) Despite potentially harsh side effects, an African plant extract is being tested in two public clinical trials — and many clandestine ones On a snowy President’s Day, an odd…

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Heroin, Ibogaine and Patrick Kroupa

Copyright © 2002, Marc Powell / marc[at]rotten.com (Original Publication: Cool Beans #13, 2002) Patrick Kroupa: career addict, co-founder of the hacker culture stronghold “MindVox,” writer of Apple ][e viruses, member of the legendary bad-ass hacker group “Legion of Doom,” and presently an outspoken ibogaine activist. CB: How long have you…

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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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