Ibogaine Roots

Ibogaine Roots

Ibogaine Roots

History of ibogaine

If you are interested in Ibogaine treatment for yourself or a loved one, you may be interested in the history of Ibogaine.

Ibogaine is a psychoactive substance taken as a rite of passage in the Bwiti Religion.

This procedure is done in the west African country of Gabon.

It is an alkaloid either extracted or semi synthesized from the iboga root bark.

Ibogaine has been marketed as a medical stimulant in France in the 1800s.

It was discovered by Howard Lotsof in 1962 as a cure for opiate addiction.

Ibogaine is derived from the iboga root bark, which is pulverized and swallowed in great amounts, producing intensive psychoactive effects. This procedure is done in Bwiti religious ceremonies. The iboga root bark can also be chewed, which releases smaller amounts providing more of a stimulant effect.

Ibogaine T.A. is an extract from the iboga root bark, containing all 12 of the alkaloids found in the iboga root bark. This form of Ibogaine is only containing roughly half of the potency of Ibogaine HCL and contains other alkaloids that provide negative side effects.
Ibogaine hydro chloride is the single pure alkaloid of Ibogaine, which is all that is necessary for the benefits that it provides.