Have you ever had an experience with ibogaine, the psychedelic substance now being investigated for its potential in treating addiction?
Researchers from the International Centre Ethnobotanical Education, Research and Service (ICEERS) and the Global Ibogaine Therapy Alliance (GITA) have been in touch with us regarding an interesting new study they are undertaking:
We are searching for volunteers for a scientific ibogaine project in which the aim is to design a psychological questionnaire to assess the acute subjective effects of ibogaine and iboga root bark and extracts. Since Ibogaine’s subjective effects are very different from tryptamines such as Psilocybin or DMT the measures available to assess subjective effects are not very suitable for this oneirogen.
We need around 10 participants who took ibogaine-HCL or TA (total alkaloid) in the last 60 days or so and 10 participants who had an experience at some point in their life time and are experts in the field of ibogaine (meaning practitioners, scientists, etc.). You will be interviewed about your experience by one of our researchers via Skype which takes more or less 1.5 hours.
We cannot reimburse you for your participation since this initiative has no funding, but through just 1.5 hours of your time you do an important contribution to the advancement of our understanding of the iboga experience and its role in personal growth and therapeutic advancement.
To enquire about more details of the study, contact Maurice Ohren: