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Morning Glory Seeds (Ipomoea violacea) 10g
Native to the mountains of Southern Mexico, Guatemala, The West Indies and Tropical South America, Morning Glory now grows around the world, favoring tropical warm temperate climates. It is a tender perennial vine with large, heart shaped, bright green leaves and showy, trumpet shaped flowers ranging from light blue to dark purple. The seeds, vines, flowers, and leaves contain ergoline alkaloids, and have been used for centuries by many Mexican Native American cultures as an entheogen; they were known to the Aztecs as “tlitliltzin”, the Nahuatl word for “black” with a reverential suffix. In South America, the seeds are also known as “badoh negro”.
Risks: the seeds also contain glycosides, which may cause nausea if consumed.
Origin: Mexico (variety: Flying Saucers)
Traditional preparation: approximately 5 grams are grinded and soaked in cold water for one night. Then, it is filtered and only the water is consumed.
How to Plant: cover the seeds with earth and keep them moist until they sprout after several days. Almost 100% of the seeds germinate.