Interrupting drug dependency with ibogaine: a summary of four case histories.

Abstract

The use of ibogaine as an addiction interrupter was first discovered by Howard Lotsof in 1962. Twenty years later, he applied for a United States patent based upon his anecdotal findings. In 1985, he was awarded the first in a series of patents relating to ibogaine’s ability to interrupt a wide range of addictive disorders including heroin, methadone, cocaine and amphetamine, alcohol, and nicotine as well as poly-drug dependency.

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