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There has been extensive research into various scientific aspects of iboga alkaloids. Here is a brief selection of sources.

A large compendium of scientific literature compiled by the original discoverer of Ibogaine's anti-addictive effects, Howard Lotsof http://www.ibogaine.org/science.html.

Selected abstracts 18-Methoxycoronaridine and some full-text papers. Review data on this synthetic iboga alkaloid congener developed by the Albany Medical College research group. 18-MC abstracts.

Ibogaine: A Novel Anti-Addictive Compound A Comprehensive Literature Review By Jonathan Freedlander

Bibliography covering the entire 20th century ibogaine literature up to November 1997, along with many pdf's of the actual articles.

This book was created as the proceedings of the 1st International Ibogaine Conference at New York University in November 1999. It includes detailed reviews of current iboga research as well as historical coverage. The entire book has been made available due to the original print run being sold out. The Alkaloids V56 Online. It is still available for sale at Amazon and elsewhere online.

Here is a large collection of scientific infrormation about ibogaine.Ibogaine Science.

Ibogaine: A Novel Anti-Addictive Compound - A Comprehensive Literature Review by Jonathan Freedlander