Medicinal plant, a grove of immeasurable value; native to africa, more precisely, to gabon and cameroon.
A medication of the highest order for physical and mental illnesses.
The iboga plant is a powerful detoxification tool, removing mercury and aluminum from the muscles and blood, eliminating parasites, candida, viruses and many other malefic microorganisms. Removes all legal and illegal drugs from our body, body.
Fresh seeds of this specimen are a prize.
There are so many reliable recommendations that we limit ourselves to providing below the various links we use for the study and research of this species
The cure of addictions, drugs, crack, coca, alcohol, among many others … is the promise of this example, proven within the clinical authorities.
Iboga usually grows up to 2 meters in height, but in ideal conditions it can reach up to 10 meters in height.
The species is native to the humid forests of western central Africa, where temperatures generally fluctuate above 20 ° C, and often reach up to 40 ° C, it grows in areas of tropical forest, swampy soils or wet savannas; blooms and bears fruit throughout the year.
Tabernanthe iboga is the plant that has at its root the active principle ibogaine, a precursor of debates, initiatives, controversies in the current world. It is believed to be able to antagonize and cancel the action of a series of alkaloids of intense bioactivity on the brain, such as cocaine, heroin, morphine, crack and alcohol.
Excerpt from the article written by bia labate:
Today iboga is used by traditional healers in the countries of the Congo basin and in the religion of Bouiti in Equatorial Guinea, Cameroon and above all in Gabon, where important members of the country’s political and military hierarchies are adepts. The root bark is mainly used but medicinal properties are also attributed to the leaves, the trunk bark and the root. In the gabon, the root and the root bark are easily found in traditional pharmacies and in the markets of major cities. There is an NGO dedicated entirely to iboga. If the current trend is maintained, the collection of wild species is putting it at risk of extinction.
Full article bia labate:
Complete article written by researcher giorgio samorini (from 1990 – 1999, when he studied the religious cult of bwiti in gabon):
The seedlings are shipped on average 40/60 cm high.