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  1. Understanding the Healing Potential of Ibogaine Through a Comparative and Interpretive Phenomenology of the Visionary Experience.James Rodger - 2018 - Anthropology of Consciousness 29 (1):77-119.
    Ibogaine is a hallucinogenic alkaloid, derived from Tabernanthe iboga, a plant unique to the rainforests of West Africa. Its traditional use as an epiphanic sacrament in local magico-religious practice inspired its appropriation by Western drug addicts by whom it is now hailed as both a catalyst of psychospiritual insight and an effective alleviator of cravings and withdrawal. While scientific and early clinical studies confirm its role in reducing physical withdrawal and craving, debate continues concerning the significance of its “visionary” properties. (...)
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