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Ibogaine and its salts are extracted from a type of rare vine in Southern America. Ibogaine is regulated by the US Controlled Substances Act. This natural drug falls under a Schedule I controlled substance, which also includes drugs such as marijuana and heroin.

Ibogaine is available to many people outside of the United States, which makes it a great tourist attraction for Americans in foreign nations. It is said to send the user on an extremely intense trip, more powerful than LSD, also referred to as acid.

©2014 Trevor Clinger (P)2015 Trevor Clinger

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joe rogan would love this audiobook LOL

This guide was actually very informal. I learned a lot about ibogaine. The author provided information about ibogaine that I have never heard before. Must buy for those interested in alternative medicine for addiction!

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Waste of time and money

Would you try another book from Trevor Clinger and/or Al Remington?

I doubt it.

What do you think your next listen will be?

I would like to listen to more on the subject but I will read the reviews first before purchasing another book on this subject, where I learned nothing.

What do you think the narrator could have done better?

Nothing. The narrator can't change the text, and there was nothing to get from the information. It was supposed to be an informative book and it was not informative in the least. The narrator couldn't do much to change that.

If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Ibogaine: The Illegal Drug That Cures Addiction?

Cut? The whole book. There was nothing of value in it.

Any additional comments?

Don't buy. Find a better book on the topic. If you want to learn about this subject, this is not the book for you.