Concerns About Iboga’s Future Inspire Global Action

Ever heard of ayahuasca before? Many people have these days. It is an amazonian entheogen (a drug that produces a profound spiritual experience, often not enjoyable but life changing) that more and more people are turning to in the search for wisdom. 

But have you heard of Ibogaine? Considered by many to be one of the world’s top holistic medicines, iboga was most notably written about in Daniel Pinchbeck’s 2012: The Return of Quetzalcoatl. It is known for going even deeper than ayahuasca, causing an intense, often life-changing cleanse, both psychologically and physically, and has an incredible track record of curing addictions of all sorts. Even heroin. No methadone, no anything. It has been referred to as a ‘spanking from God’ so intense that even the most long-term addictions simply cannot stand in the face of it.

But now, due to the increase of its worldwide usage and lack of sustainability, iboga is facing extinction in its native region of Gabon, Africa. Barely enough people even know about this incredible entheogen, let alone have been given the valuable access to it that could very well change their lives.

If you would like to get involved, you can find out more at the website and check out their Facebook page as well. Iboga Care’s mission is to contribute to the global preservation of the Tabernanthe Iboga tree by encouraging international sustainable propogation and creating an organic, sustainable and fair trade Iboga plantation in Costa Rica. They have an Indiegogo campaign running, and could use all the help you have to offer. You can also take a few seconds to share this article on any and every social network in order to get the word out. The more action it gets, the more people it will reach!

The forest provides, as it always has. Let’s help it continue to do so.

~ Thank you again, Wisdom Pills

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