Ibogaine Links (Historical)
The links section represents a collection of the main ibogaine-related sites that existed during the 2000s. It is not actively updated.
Up to date links and information are located within MindVox.
The Ibogaine Research Project contains the single largest collection of scientific data about the effects of ibogaine — upon drug-dependent, human subjects — in existence. It focuses on the work of Dr. Deborah Mash.
Ibogaine.org provides a manual detailing the therapeutic uses of ibogaine. The rest of the site contains a wide assortment of information and history about ibogaine, and provides a large collection of links to the rest of the ibogaine universe online. It is highly recommended.
The Ibogaine Dossier is run by Howard Lotsof; the person generally credited with first discovering ibogaine’s anti-addictive qualities in 1962. The Dossier is the oldest internet source dedicated to research and information on this substance.
The Dora Weiner Foundation (DWF) was established as a 501(c)3 not-for-profit corporation in 1983. The activities of the Foundation are exclusively charitable, educational and scientific with the intent to encourage and promote public knowledge of research in the study of chemical dependence and substance-related disorders and to advocate for the rights of patients being treated for dependence to drugs.
In furtherance of its activities DWF encourages exchange of information among persons interested in such study and works through activities which include sponsoring research, conferences, seminars and workshops. It is a site where patient advocacy and ibogaine meet.
Sacrament of Transition is a registered religion and religious community, recognized by Slovenia and the EU (European Union). It has the same legal status as any other major religion registered at the Office for Religious Communities, in the Republic of Slovenia.
Initiation into Sacrament of Transition takes place through the sacramental use of ibogaine.
Cures not Wars is an activist site run by Dana Beal; a longtime ibogaine promoter, author of The Ibogaine Story (available online), and founder of The Million Marijuana March.
The Million Marijuana March is the name given to the annual pro-marijuana rallies and marches that take place on the first Saturday of May around the globe. The Million Marijuana March was started in 1999 by Cures-not-Wars founder, Dana Beal. Prior to 1999, this yearly demonstration only took place in New York City. It has now grown internationally to over 200 cities.
Ibogaine.co.uk has a detailed listing of treatment options and providers. It also contains a general overview of ibogaine development, cautions, suggestions and aftercare guidelines.
The Open Mind Institute (OMI), for anthropological medicine.
The purpose of OMI Institute is experimental research and development in the field of medicine. This is achieved by scientific exploration of traditional healing practices and merging known discoveries into the new eclectic doctrine. The aim is therefore not development of sub-specialization’s but synthesis and a holistic approach to health issues, keeping in mind physical, mental, social and spiritual well-being.
OMI Institute was established in 2005 and evaluation of the medical plant iboga as an anti-addictive cure is the first finished project.
Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS)
The Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS) is a membership-based non-profit research and educational organization. MAPS assists scientists in designing, obtaining approval for, funding, conducting and reporting on research into the healing and spiritual potentials of psychedelics and marijuana.
With sound research results, psychedelic psychotherapy and medical marijuana research have the potential to help millions of people in alleviating the pain, psychological distress and other symptoms of such illnesses as cancer, AIDS and addiction. Research will also help us to better understand our human potential and bring the tools of science to the study of spirituality, meditation and mental functioning.
Pot-TV (Ibogaine Video Section)
Pot-TV is one of Marc Emery’s sites. Marc is an activist/entrepreneur who resides in Vancouver, BC, Canada. He is the publisher of Cannabis Culture magazine, the producer of Pot-TV and founder of Hemp BC and the Cannabis Cafe. He is also the founder of Iboga Therapy House.
Pot-TV features extensive video archives pertaining to a wide variety of topics related to drug-reform, entheogens, and cannabis. In addition to all this, Pot-TV contains a growing collection of ibogaine video footage.
Puzzle Piece reproduces a wide assortment of scientific monographs related to ibogaine. It also provides edited highlights of the old ibogaine list, before it keeled over, dropped dead, went buh-bye. An extremely useful site filled with content instead of noise.
This is a link to the ibogaine section of Erowid. Erowid is a site dedicated to documenting the complex relationship between humans and psychoactives. It contains an online library of information about psychoactive plants and chemicals and related topics.
The information on the site is a compilation of the experiences, words, and efforts of hundreds of individuals including users, parents, health professionals, doctors, therapists, chemists, researchers, teachers, and lawyers. Erowid acts as a publisher of new information as well as a library for the collection of documents published elsewhere.
The information found on the site spans the spectrum from solid peer reviewed research to fanciful creative writing.
The library contains over 20,000 documents related to psychoactives including images, research summaries & abstracts, media articles, experience reports, information on chemistry, dosage, effects, law, health, traditional & spiritual use, and drug testing. Over 25,000 people visit the site each day, making more than 6 million unique visitors every year.