Legal Status in South Africa

Notice regarding legal status of Ibogaine in South Africa: “March 2016: MEDICINES CONTROL COUNCIL SCHEDULING MATTERS SCHEDULING OF IBOGAINE TO ALL APPLICANTS Please be advised that at a recent meeting of the Medicines Control Council, Council resolved that ibogaine (12-methoxyibogamine) be included in the Schedules as a Schedule 6 substance. Currently, ibogaine does not appear[…]


Research on Parkinsons Disease

See below some information: Some information on our website: On the Global Ibogaine Alliance website: Also very good to watch :

Please support ICEERS Ibogaine Research

Flyer Ibogaine Study Interview Ibogaine Study Call for Participants Contact – Maurice Ohren: Research Fellow, ICEERS Foundation Phone +34 688 913 471 / +34 931 882 099 Email: Skype: mauriceohren Study objective: We are searching for volunteers for an scientific ibogaine project in which the aim is to design a psychological questionnaire to assess[…]

Ibogaine exchange

Detox Retreats in South Africa

Due to our exchange rate devaluation, we are now in a position to arrange and customise *detoxes (incl after care) with Iboga rootbark, Ibogaine HCL (2 to 3 journeys, depending on need), vitamin bombs, juices, healthy meals, yoga, martial arts, hiking, surfing, swimming etc. here in South Africa for less than ever before. Our chosen[…]

Q&A about Visions during journeys

Question: Do you think what I experience during these journeys are real or is it simply a “monkey mind”. (I asked a well respected academic. Someone I respect tremendously, who walks the talk and lives life doing good, being kind, giving lectures, generally close to nature and truly connected to spirit. I trust him.) Answer:[…]

Sonette Rhoda

2014 -2015- “My 8 Ibogaine journeys” – Sonette

Warning: There are many theories about our”journeys”. Are they real? Is it just a dream? Are we talking to our subconscious mind? do we simply feel “special” when we connect to the divine. These are all questions, and questions are good. All I can do is share my experience, I call it real, some experts[…]


Voacanga Africana African names

Voacanga Africana African names ( Family: Apocynaneae) Nigeria : Hausa : Kokiyar / Kikiyar Igbo : Pete-Pete Swahili: Kirongasi Yoruba : Ako-dodo Maurice M Iwu, publisher of 2 books on African medicine describes Voacanga Africana as a well know “Diuretic, infant tonic and convulsion prophylaxis” Medicinal uses: A decoction of stem bark and root is[…]