- (noun) An alkaloid, C20H26N2O, that acts as a dopamine blocker and mitigates depression and the symptoms of withdrawal from narcotics, cocaine, and heroin.
- (noun) a psychoactive compound found in plants and used as a dopamine blocker
"This treatment is a naturally occurring compound called ibogaine, which is found in the Tabernathe Iboga tree, which grows naturally in parts of Africa."
"But researchers now suspect that the plant's active ingredient, a hallucinogen called ibogaine, may have other uses as well."
"One of the most controversial, a botanical called ibogaine, may help alleviate a broad range of dependencies."
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