Ibogaine is a psychedelic with dissociative and dream-like effects that reliably appear with certain doses. At lower doses, it’s been used as a stimulant and aphrodisiac.
The use of T. iboga dates back centuries in Gabon, Cameroon, and surrounding countries. Bwiti, an African religion that uses iboga, has received a fair amount of attention and is widely practiced in Gabon.
Since the late 1900s, people have been taking ibogaine in an attempt to reduce or eliminate their dependence on other drugs, particularly opioids.
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Ibogaine = 12-Methoxyibogamine
Tabernanthe iboga = Iboga; Eboga; Libuga; Bocca; Eboge; Lebogo; Lebuga; Dibuga; Diboga; Dibuyi; Dibugi
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