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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NBC: KRON 4

Hallucinogen May Cure Drug Addiction (Copyright 2004, KRON 4. All rights reserved.) BAY AREA (KRON) — Drug addiction has been the plague of modern America. But that could now change forever. What started as a rumor may now actually be an incredible breakthrough in the battle against addictions of all…

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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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An Array of New Drugs…

An Array of New Drugs Show Promise in Fighting Addiction by: Gautam Naik The Wall Street Journal — (July 15, 2002) Could people be inoculated against drug addictions the way they can against some infectious diseases? It may be possible. Despite disappointing past efforts to treat addictions with medicine, recent…

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One-Step Cure for Addiction?

by Jerome Burne Focus Magazine / (July 2000) Beneath a brilliant vault of stars, a young man is sitting on a rug somewhere out in the South African veldt. But he only has eyes for the extraordinary parade of images inside his head. There is a tremor to his legs…

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Ibogaine: Proceedings of the First International Conference

Reprinted from The Entheogen Review, Vol XI, Number 1, Vernal Equinox Ibogaine: Proceedings of the First International Conference Review by Thomas Lyttle Copyright © 2002, The Entheogen Review Reprinted with Permission Ibogaine: Proceedings of the First International Conference, by Kenneth R. Alper and Stanley D. Glick (Eds) 2001. (ACADEMIC PRESS,…

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Anti-Addiction Drug in Limbo

Illegal in U.S., ibogaine advocates say it blocks withdrawal symptoms By Malcolm Ritter / Associated Press (2000) What if addiction, whether to cocaine, heroin or alcohol, could be broken by taking a single pill? That’s the audacious claim behind ibogaine, an extract of an African shrub. But don’t look for…

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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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The Drug to End All Drugs

Addicts may get new lives, as clinical studies of exotic, controversial ibogaine are set to resume by Aina Hunter The Village Voice — (February 18th, 2005) If all goes according to plan, a select group of cocaine addicts could be lining up in Miami this April for a chance to…

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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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