What scientists know, is that the tryptamine molecule, ibogaine, acts on the mammalian GDNF pathway and the K-Opiod receptor in the brain. Heroin/hard opiate addicts report an 85% – 100% reduction in withdrawal pains across the board. While the exact reasons for this are unknown, there is a suspected correlation with the drug’s action on K-Opiod receptors.
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