2004: Ibogaine – Rite of Passage

Ibogaine: Rite of Passage a Documentary Film about Ibogaine Ibogaine is a substance derived from the root of the African plant Tabernanthe iboga, which grows in Gabon. This sacred plant was originally used during spiritual initiation ceremonies of the Bwiti religion. In 1962 the anti-addictive properties of ibogaine were discovered…

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2005: Ibogaine NYC – Chapel of Sacred Mirrors

The 2005 NYC Ibogaine Conference @ COSM February 20 & 21, 2005  Sponsored by: Cures not Wars February 20 & 21 Chapel of Sacred Mirrors 540 West 27th St. Fourth Floor Registration: $20 per day New York City, NY, 10001 Planet Earth, Milky Way 212/677.4899 Schedule: Sunday, February 20: Noon…

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2009: Drug Policy Alliance Conference

The Drug Policy Alliance 2009 International Conference Albuquerque Convention Center — Albuquerque, New Mexico Saturday, November 14, 2009, 3:00 PM – 4:30 PM Room: Sleta / Jemez Moderator: Howard Lotsof, President, Dora Weiner Foundation, Staten Island, NY Mr. Lotsof is the recipient of this year’s Robert Randall Award for Achievement…

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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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NYC Ibogaine Conference (2006)

By John Harrison, Psy.D. maps • volume xvi number 2 • Autumn 2006 The skies were a slippery gray and the air was wintry cold on the February weekend of the 2006 NYC Ibogaine Conference. The chilly weather, though, did not in any way inhibit the fervent and passionate panel…

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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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Keeping Clean

Thoughts on Improving your Life after Ibogaine Edited by: Steven Anker [Version: 0.5] / [06/19/05] The tough part isn’t getting clean, it’s staying clean. –Jerry Take two minutes and meditate on where you want your life to be in 2 years, five years, and ten years. –Tom I learned this…

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Iboga-tourism in Central Africa

Iboga Tourism Nick Sandberg Reproduced by Permission Introduction Travelling to Central Africa to take part in a bizarre and perilous tribal ceremony – the Bwiti initiation ritual – might seem an unlikely vacation choice to many. But for some in the West it is proving an increasingly alluring proposition. The…

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