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Turbina corymbosa
BOTANICAL CLASSIFICATION
Family :
Convolvulaceae
Genus :
Turbina (=Rivea)
Species :
corymbosa
COMMON NAMES
Badoh (seeds); Ololiuqui (seeds); Coaxihuitl
EFFECTS CLASSIFICATION
Psychedelic
DESCRIPTION
Turbina corymbosa is a large, woody vine with narrow, heart shaped leaves and white, bell-shaped flowers. The plant has been identified as the Aztec visionary intoxicant oliliuhqui. Oliliuhqui's round seeds contain LSA and they have a long history of use in Central Mexico.
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