Buy Ibogaine Online. Iboga – is a perennial rainforest shrub endemic to western Central Africa (Gabon, Cameroon, Congo).
Iboga usually grows to a height of 2m but given the right conditions it can grow into a small tree up to 10m tall. It has small green leaves 9 to 10cm long and 3cm wide. Sometimes it’s possible to come across a larger specimen of the plant with leaves growing up to 21cm long and 7cm wide. The flowers of Iboga are tubular white and pink and the fruits are of orange color and can be either oval-shaped and elongated or have a spherical shape containing 20 to 30 small brown seeds.
Iboga has been around for aeons, however its shamanic ritual use became known to the Western world only some 150 years ago. In 1864, a doctor in the French navy Griffon du Bellay took specimens of pygmies’ mega-shamanic plant Iboga and brought them to France for an examination. No tests had been performed, however a new entry in the shipboard journal was written mentioning Iboga as a new stimulant and aphrodisiac widely used in the territories of Congo and Gabon. Some African stories tell us that Iboga has a millennial history which originates from the time of Adam and Eve.
The first botanical mention of Tabernanthe Iboga appeared in 1889 in the periodic treatise “Traité de botanique médicale cryptogamique” written by the French botanist Henri Ernest Baillon, and a specimen of Iboga was filed in the herbarium collection at the French National Museum of Natural History in Paris.
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The psychoactivity of the root barks of Iboga tree, from which Ibogaine is extracted, was first discovered by the Pygmy tribe of Central Africa who passed the knowledge to the Bwiti tribe of Gabon. French explorers in turn learned it from the Bwiti tribe and brought Iboga back to Europe in 1899-1900 where it was subsequently marketed in France as Lambarene. Ibogaine-containing preparations are used for medicinal and ritual purposes within African spiritual traditions of the Bwiti, who claim to have learned it from the Pygmy peoples. Although it was first commonly advertised as having anti-addictive properties in 1962 by Howard Lotsof, its Western use predates that by at least a century. In France it was marketed as Lambarène and used as a stimulant. Additionally, the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) studied the effects of ibogaine in the 1950s.