Date: Wed, 14 May 1997 20:07:20 -0400 (EDT)
To: Multiple recipients of list <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: IBOGAINE digest 221
> > about in the middle of the page there's links to 4 images of
> > tabernatha iboga plants (from "Plants of the Gods" by Schultes &
> > Hofmann).
> > hope this helps a bit
> Thanks, Fire. Sure it helps a bit, but surely there must be somebody
> out there who is involved with ibogaine and has access to a wider
> selection of pictures and identifying features.
I also have a lexicon entry for t. iboga. I understand that none of
this is ideal...just trying to share what I do have.
"Tabernanthe iboga is a shrub 3-4 1/2 ft (1-1.5 m) tall, found in the
undergrowth of tropical forests but often cultivated in native
dooryards. The shrub has copious white, vile-smelling latex. The
ovate leaves, usually 3 1/2-4 in. (9-10 cm) long, about 1 1/4 in. (3
cm) wide (but occasionally up to 8 1/2 x 2 3/4 in or 22x7 cm), are
yellowish green beneath. The tiny yellowish, pinkish or white- and
pink-spotted flowers, which grow in groups of 5 to 12 have a
crateriform corolla (a long, slender tube abruptly flaring at the
mouth) with twisted lobes, 1/4 in. (1 cm) long. The ovoid, pointed
yellow-orange fruits occur in pairs and become as large as olives."
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