Rivea Corymbosa Seeds
A slender perennial vine, woody at the base, with 4 inch long heart-shaped leaves. The flowers are white, in large clusters, 1.5 inches wide. The fruit is a one-seeded capsule. Native to tropical America. Germination:
Scarify the seed coat and soak for 24-48 hours prior to planting in a moist rich potting mixture. This plant can tolerate a cool environment although it should be brought inside to overwinter in the Northern Hemisphere. Rivea Corymbosa seeds is also known as Ololiuqui. Rivea.Corymbosa round seeds have been found to contain LSA (Lysergic Acid Amides). Ololiuqui (Rivea Corymbosa) is still used today by certain tribes in Southern mexico, such as the Zapoteca, Chinanteca, Mazatecs, and the Mixtecs. A twining vine of the botanical family of Convolvulaceae. The seeds contain indole alkaloids, a source of lysergic acid diethylamide. They have been used in religious ceremonies of indigenous Latin American cultures since the era of the Aztecs.
Ergine is the main active ingredient in Rivea Corymbosa Seeds. Ololiuqui is also used in traditional Mexican medicine as a cure for flatulence, to remedy venereal troubles, to dull pain, and to remove tumors. The Rivea Corymbosa plant is in the same family as the Hawaiian Baby Rosewood Seeds.* Freshly Harvested No Pesticides
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