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i·bo·ga·ine

(ī'bō-gă-ēn), Avoid the mispronunciation ī'bō-gān.
Indole alkaloid of the iboga group. Obtained from several parts of the African shrub Tabernanthe iboga (family Apocynaceae). Used by African hunters to arrest movement of the hunter; hallucinogenic, antidepressant, and euphoric.

ibogaine

(ĭ-bō′gə-ēn′, -ĭn)
n.
An alkaloid drug, C20H26N2O, that acts as a dopamine blocker and mitigates symptoms of withdrawal from various psychoactive drugs, including heroin and cocaine. Ibogaine is used to treat drug addiction in some countries, including Canada, but is illegal in the United States.

ibogaine (īˑ·bō·gyān),

n stimulant that can be hallucinogenic at high doses; used in lower doses to treat addiction, primarily in Europe. In the United States, ibogaine is a schedule I substance (a substance that has a high potential for abuse).
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