[ibogaine] Indra/Denmark

crownofthorns at hushmail.com crownofthorns at hushmail.com
Wed Dec 10 20:26:15 EST 2003

Thanks for this information bro. If this is the case, then how is it
that indra.dk is still online and selling ibogaine extract? Or have they
now stopped?

Do you know what led to it being scheduled? 

The phrase 'may now only be used for medical or scientific purposes'
still leaves a lot that is open to creative interpretation ;-) Even if
indra can't sell it from a web site anymore it doesn't sound that bad.
How bad is it? What do you have to do now to get ibogaine? 

The question would be, if indra is now shut down where do you go to get

Many thanks for the info bro!

Peace out,

On Tue, 09 Dec 2003 05:21:31 -0800 Andi Stasta <andreas.stasta at chello.at>
>Actually, the restriction of Iboga and IbogaineHCL is Denmark is
>effective since the  03.12.2003.
>Following is the English translation from the ELDD(European legal
>on drugs (www.eldd.emcdda.eu.int):
>"DENMARK: Ibogain added to list of controlled substances (05/12/2003)
>Following a recommendation of The National Board of Health concerning
>tabernanthe iboga and ibogain (12-methoxyibogamin), the Danish Minister
>the Interior and Health has decided to add the mentioned plant and
>to the Danish list of controlled plants and substances.
>Consequently, the Minister has signed the Executive Order amending
>Executive Order on Euphoriant Substances which has entered into
>force on 3
>December 2003. Tabernanthe iboga and ibogain (12-methoxyibogamin)
>may now
>only be used for medical or scientific purposes.
>The Executive Order is available on the ELDD website."
>The ELDD-Site is actually really interesting for it contains all
>legal texts
>about drugs from EU-countries and EU-candidate Countries, and also
>texts about general drug-policy trends.  They also have a email-
>that keeps you informed about legal changes.
>am 29.11.2003 22:51 Uhr schrieb HSLotsof at aol.com unter HSLotsof at aol.com:
>> I have received information that I have not verified that ibogaine
>will be
>> restricted in Denmark within the next two months.
>> Howard

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