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Ololiuqui Seeds (Rivea corymbosa) 1g
Ololiuqui is widely used among the local Indians in Sierra Madre, Oaxaca Mexico. The local Mazatecs use the Rivea corymbosa seeds for divination when the Teonanacatl Mushrooms are not available. Rivea corymbosa grows easily and abundantly in the mountains of southern Mexico. Today in almost all the villages of Oaxaca you can find the Rivea corymbosa plant and the seeds still serving the natives for magic moments. The plant itself is a climber, like Morning Glory (Ipomoea violacea) and called ‘snake-plant’ or ‘coaxihuitl‘ in the Nahuatl language. Seeds of the Rivea corymbosa plant are very closely related to Morning Glories, it is a very rare but easily grown plant. It flowers abundantly, producing beautiful clusters of white tubular flowers. Ololiuqui is the Nahuatl name for the seeds of the Rivea corymbosa plant and means ‘round thing’.
Risks: the dose of 25 seeds has not shown any psychoactive effects on most people who have tried it. Around 5 to 10 grams are needed for non-traditional usage.
Origin: Mexico / Brazil
Traditional preparation: approximately 25 seeds are grinded and soaked in cold water for one night. Then, they are filtered and only the water is consumed. The tradition says that the seeds are only effective if harvested and prepared by female virgins.
How to Plant: soak the seeds for a couple of hours in (warm) water and plant them, in the ground or in pots. Note that this plant needs a lot of space for its roots and that it won’t grow in cold climates.