Growing Morning Glory
Caution must be taken as some commercial seed producers protect their seeds with a chemical that may cause vomiting, nausea and abdominal pain if the seeds are eaten.
The solution to this is to produce your own!
This illustrated and comprehensive growing guide will have you reaping the benefits of your own Morning Glory plant.
This guide takes the reader from planting the seed to collecting the seeds.
The seeds of many species of morning glory contain d-lysergic acid amide, ergoline alkaloids better known as LSA. Seeds of I. tricolor and I. corymbosa (syn. R. corymbosa) are used as hallucinogens. They are about 5% to 10% as potent as LSD.
Users report the overall experience as well some of the effects to be rather similar to those of LSD.
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