The Case for Ibogaine | Thomas Kingsley Brown | TEDxVeniceBeach

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Tom Brown discuss the potential benefits of ibogaine, an African shrub that is being used to treat opioid addiction. Recently, Tom worked on a study to find how effective ibogaine treatment was for opioid addiction. This study showed that ibogaine is effective for detoxing, reducing opioid use, and providing long-term improvement in social and family status. The steady and rapid growth of ibogaine treatment could change the ...

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Ibogaine safari, The (2014). I NEVER EXPECTED ANYTHING LIKE THIS… Full film

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A cure for heroin(Nyope) addictions. South Africa is a waste land of addiction with a drug consumption rate twice the worlds norm. Witbank in Mpumalanga has the highest density of heroin addicts in the country. Film maker Pierre le Roux investigates this and explores the truth behind Ibogaine. A psychoactive substance found in the West African plant known as Iboga. It was discovered in the late 1960’s ...

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Babongo of Gabon – The Iboga Ritual – Part 7

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Interesting Video The guy in the film lives with them for a while and goes through the ritual. They give him TONS of Iboga. There was even a point where they didnt want to give it to him as they though the may die. I am satisfied that he doesnt trivialize the experience either, as we would see in other videos. It ...

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