Untreated fresh seeds! Traditionally used in divination.
In Oaxaca, in Southern Mexico the seeds of this vine are esteemed as one of
the principal hallucinogens for use in divination as well as magico-religious
and curing rituals.
Ipomea violacea seeds give a quiet, dreamy and trippy experience, a clear mind
and an heightened sensitivity to light and sounds. The seeds of some varieties
contain LSA (D-lysergic acid amide) and can cause visual and perceptual effects
similar to LSD. LSA containing varieties include Heavenly Blue, Flying Saucers,
and Pearly Gates.
While morning-glory seeds may be ground and brewed into tea or taken intravenously,
the common method of ingestion is by thorough t chewing. This action, before
swallowing, permits the seed 's psychoactive chemicals to be easily absorbed
by the body. 3 to 10 grams of seeds are thoroughly chewed and swallowed or may
be thoroughly ground and soaked in a cup water for half an hour, strained and