By A. M.

Unveiling the iboga experience for first-timers and shamans alike, Iboganautics is the podcast committed to discovering everything there is to know about "Tabernanthe iboga," or simply called iboga, a naturally occurring psychedelic plant from Gabon in western Central Africa. While other podcasters and content producers mainly focus on the addiction interruption properties of ibogaine, the main acting alkaloid in iboga, there is so much more to discuss, so much more one could and should know for a richer appreciation of the experience. For this reason, I invite members of the iboga community and other experts on the podcast to speak not just about addiction but about alternative topics pertaining to iboga-the-plant as well as the subjective experiences elicited by iboga. After several transformative personal experiences in addition to my own academic research, I speak with people that have something educational and interesting to say about this substance/experience, directly or indirectly related; for example, from scholars in neuroscience, philosophy, psychology, anthropology, and botany to experienced staff at retreat centers, artists, lay experts, and so on. While there’s much good information about iboga across multiple media, I believe there’s more to discover by conversing with said experts. For more information, visit https://amhouot.com/iboganautics/

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    3.6_Psychedelic Phenomenology or What Is It Like to Be a Psychedelic Plant?_Michael Marder
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    3.5_Alternative Botanical Sources of Ibogan Alkaloids_Felix Krengel
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    3.4_TA Extract and HCl Methods and History_Chris Jenks
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    3.3_Non-ibogaine Iboga Alkaloids_Surajit Sinha
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    3.2_Ketamine-Iboga Connection – NMDA_Lowan H. Stewart
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    3.1_Salvia-Iboga Connection – Kappa Opioid_Peter H. Addy
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    3.0_Neuro & Plant Science
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    2.8_First Responders as Last Resorts_Art Hsieh

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