Sunday, May 11, 2008

New and Noteworthy

Here are some articles worth checking out (I know, I filter through a lot of chaff to find you the nuggets):

Brazzein, Bio-Tech, Iboga & Benefit Sharing in Gabon
by Caridad Del Cobre
Drug Addiction Treatment from Iboga -- Out of Central and West Africa For a very long time, Iboga (Tabernanthe iboga) has been used in Central and West Africa. In low doses, the plant serves as a stimulant to maintain alertness, for example, while hunting. In larger doses, it is a hallucinogen, traditionally used for religious purposes by ngangas and in initiation rites, (McGown, Jay, 'Out of Africa')...

Iboga Bio Piracy & Benefit Sharing
by simon
I have never heard of enyone getting rich off ibogaine and its hardly like the indegenouse people dont benefit from the process; I can say this because I deal directly with them and have also been in contact with Brainforest...

The lost promise of LSD
by Connie Littlefield
Prohibition of Albert Hofmann's 'problem child' failed to get it off the street -- and succeeded in killing legitimate research into its powerful potential to help people...

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