Iboga World Ibogaine
What is It Ibogaine?
Ibogaine is the psychoactive alkaloid from the root bark of the African bush Tabernanthe Iboga. Ibogaine is both a therapeutic and psychoactive addiction-breaker.
In recent years, the knowledge of the ability of Ibogaine has increasingly grown on how to break drug and alcohol addiction. Scientific studies also show that a single administration of Ibogaine can significantly reduce or even remove symptoms of withdrawal. Furthermore, reports and research shows that the desire for the preferred drug(s) are eliminated for either a long period, or permanently.
Psychoactive properties of Ibogaine
The psychoactive properties of Ibogaine induce a heightened spiritual experience. The patient experiences profound insight, giving them clarity into their lives, which motivates them to change on a psychological level and live a drug free lives.
Studies endorse that Ibogaine has considerable potential in the treatment of hard drug addiction for example heroin, methadone, cocaine, crack and alcohol. There are also indications that it is useful in the treatment of tobacco addiction.
Ibogaine also offers opportunities as psychotherapy or spiritual teacher. In the field of psychotherapy, Ibogaine can be used as a treatment for the effects of trauma or conditioning.
The difference between Ibogaine and Iboga root bark is that the root bark alkaloids, contain and include the Ibogaine Tabernanthe from the iboga root. Ibogaine however merely contains scientifically recognized alkaloid with the known actions.
Iboga World specializes in and is committed to supplying HIGH QUALITY Tabernanthe Iboga Products. Our farm is harvested under the supervision of local tribes to ensure that the Iboga products produced are ONLY THE BEST IN QUALITY.
Iboga Tabernanthe Root Bark
Iboga Tabernanthe Root Bark or Iboga is a perennial Rainforest shrub, a hallucinogen native to Western Central Africa. Iboga stimulates the central nervous system when taken in small doses and induces visions when taken in larger doses. In the parts of Africa where the plant grows, the bark is chewed for various pharmacological or ritualistic purposes.
Ibogaine, the active alkaloid, is also used to treat substance abuse disorders.