Ibogaine as a treatment for addiction

Ibogaine as a treatment for addiction

Posted On: June 14, 2011
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An ethnobotanist who works with a doctor to administer ibogaine to addicts. Ibogaine can relieve addiction to drugs such as heroin and nicotine. In this interview, Hattie talks about the origins of ibogaine therapy, how it works and what it feels like to go through this kind of experience. She also explains the legal status of ibogaine in the UK and discusses the success rate among her patients.

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