Season 3 – Neuro & Plant Science

Season 3 – Neuro & Plant Science

In Season 3, Neuro & Plant Science, my aim is to discover how iboga-type alkaloids affect the human brain; neurophysiological and phenomenological overlaps between iboga and other hallucinogens; iboga botany; and ibogaine extraction methods. The main questions guiding this season are: How does iboga affect the brain, Which plant species produce iboga-type alkaloids, and How do scientists extract or “liberate” alkaloids from wood products?

To listen to Season 3 episodes, click the “Play” button in the podcast player below or search for “Iboganautics” on your favorite podcast directory (e.g. Spotify, Apple, Google; CLICK HERE to see full list). Please hit that “Follow” button to get updates about next season’s episodes. Also, click the highlighted episode titles below to read my afterthoughts and find citations of source material from each episode on my Stream of Consciousness (SOC) blog.


3.6_Psychedelic Phenomenology or What Is It Like to Be a Psychedelic Plant?_Michael Marder

3.5_Alternative Botanical Sources of Ibogan Alkaloids_Felix Krengel

3.4_TA Extract and HCl Methods and History_Chris Jenks

3.3_Non-ibogaine Iboga Alkaloids_Surajit Sinha

3.2_Ketamine-Iboga Connection – NMDA_Lowan H. Stewart

3.1_Salvia-Iboga Connection – Kappa Opioid_Peter H. Addy

3.0_Neuro & Plant Science


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