Étiquette : onirogène

Ibogaine : A Novel Anti-Addictive Compound. A Comprehensive Literature Review, Jonathan Freedlander, 2003

Ibogaine : A Novel Anti-Addictive Compound. A Comprehensive Literature Review Jonathan Freedlander Journal of Drug Education and Awareness, 2003 https://www.researchgate.net/publication/287670047_Ibogaine_A_novel_anti-addictive_compound   Introduction and History Ibogaine is a naturally occurring indole alkaloid, found in a variety of African shrubs of the Tabernathe genus (Obach, Pablo, and Mash, 1998). The root of the Tabernanthe iboga plant (also known as eboga) is the most frequently cited source of ibogaine, and this plant contains 11 other known psychoactive constituents (Popik, and Skolnick, 1999). Chemically, ibogaine is classified as a tryptamine, being a rigid analogue of melatonin, and is structurally similar to harmaline, another natural alkaloid and psychedelic (Xu et al, [...]

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Psychological variables implied in the therapeutic effect of ayahuasca : a contextual approach, Alba Franquesa et al., 2017

Psychological variables implied in the therapeutic effect of ayahuasca : a contextual approach. Alba Franquesa, Alberto Sainz-Cort, Sam Gandy, Joaquim Soler, Miguel Ángel Alcázar-Córcoles, José Carlos Bouso Psychiatry Research, 2017 PII: S0165-1781(17)31377-X DOI: 10.1016/j.psychres.2018.04.012 Abstract Ayahuasca is a psychedelic decoction originating from Amazonia. The ayahuasca-induced introspective experience has been shown to have potential benefits in the treatment of several pathologies, to protect mental health and to improve neuropsychological functions and creativity, and boost mindfulness. The underlying psychological processes related to the use of ayahuasca in a psychotherapeutic context are not yet well described in the scientific literature, but there is some evidence to suggest that psychological [...]

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Ayahuasca : Uses, Phytochemical and Biological Activities, Edgar Antonio Estrella‑Parra et al., 2019

Ayahuasca : Uses, Phytochemical and Biological Activities Edgar Antonio Estrella‑Parra, · Julio Cesar Almanza‑Pérez, · Francisco Javier Alarcón‑Aguilar Natural Products and Bioprospecting, 2019 https://doi.org/10.1007/s13659-019-0210-5 Abstract Ayahuasca (caapi, yajé), is a psychoactive brew from the Amazon Basin region of South America traditionally considered a “master plant.” It is prepared as a decoction from Banisteriopsis caapi and Psychotria viridis, which it is thought that it stimulates creative thinking and visual creativity. Native healers of the Orinoco and Amazon basins have used traditionally ayahuasca as a healing tool for multiple purposes, particularly to treat psychological disorders in the patients, with some beneficial effects experimentally and clinically validated. Recently, [...]

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