Iboga is an ethnobotanical used in ceremonies of the Bwiti culture in Central West-Africa since antiquity on, and is found to have a great potential as a tool in the treatment of addiction and psychotherapy.
By: Shea Prueger I haven’t slept in almost three days. I stay awake by making not-so-funny jokes in English to our night nurse, who only responds in Spanish. Sometimes I do a headstand. Or three. We’ve been busy here.
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After the positive outcome of the courtcase of the American Bwitiists, now an interview with Bovenga, one of the 3 people that were accused in this case.
California Institute of Integral Studies 1453 Mission Street
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Come join ERIE for the final day of the preMAPS warmup. The PreMAPS finale will focus on Ibogaine with some fantastic speakers. The event will be in room 304 (3rd floor) at CIIS. Doors open at 6:15 event starts at 6:25
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An overview of current developments and challenges in the ibogaine medical sub...
"Drugs and alcohol are not my problem — reality is my problem. Drugs and alcohol are my solution.
If this seems odd to you, it is because you are not an alcoholic or a drug addict. You are likely one of the 90 per cent of people who can drink and use drugs safely. I have friends who can smoke weed, swill gin, even do crack, and then merrily get on with their lives. For me this is not an option"
Heroin is the most addictive drug on earth, and some people will do anything to kick the habit. Enter Ibogaine – a drug made out of the African iboga root, whose intense, hallucinogenic properties make it a Type-A felony drug.
L'iboga est une plante endémique à la forêt équatoriale d'Afrique Centrale, principalement du Gabon où elle est consommée depuis des millénaires par ses peuples (pygmées & bantous) dans un cadre traditionnel thérapeutique et mystico-spirituel.
La American Psychiatric Association (Asociación Americana de Psiquiatría) está ultimando la quinta versión del Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (Manual Diagnóstico y Estadístico de los Trastornos Mentales), o DSM-5, cuya publicación...
LOS ANGELES -- The Food and Drug Administration has fast-tracked human tests of what may be the first cure for methamphetamine addiction. The drug also may be the first non-opiate drug treatment for heroin and opiate addiction.