OLOLIUQUI - Rivea corymbosa
OLOLIUQUI - Rivea corymbosa
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(P/16')(FS/PS) Z11+  Also known as Mexican Morning Glory. This climbing vine was once a sacred divinatory herb to the Aztecs and is still in use today by Shamans in the area of Oaxaca, Mexico to divine illnesses and cures for patients. The white trumpet flowers produce seeds containing a hallucinogenic chemical LSE similar in structure and effect as LSD.