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Do you have information about Turbina corymbosa?
Q: Do you have information about the following hallucinogenic plant?

Family: Convolvulaceae

Genus: Turbina (tur-BIN-uh)

Species: corymbosa (kor-rim-BOW-suh)


Convolvulus corymbosus (kon-VOLV-yoo-lus)(kor-rim-BOW-sus)

Ipomoea burmannii (ip-oh-MEE-uh)

Rivea corymbosa (kor-rim-BOW-suh)

Ipomoea sidifolia (ip-oh-MEE-uh)

A: While the plant has many names, we generally refer to it on Erowid as "Turbina corymbosa" (or the older "Rivea corymbosa") or by its mexican name "ololiuqui" which refers specifically to its seeds. It is a type of morning glory which contains similar alkaloids to those found in Ipomoea violacea and which has been used traditionally in Mexico. At this point, the information we have about it is mixed in to our Morning Glory vault:

We have at a couple of articles with info specifically about Turbina corymbosa at:

Hope this helps.



Asked By : Bob
Answered By : fire
Published Date : 12 / 19 / 2002
Last Edited Date : 12 / 19 / 2002
Question ID : 3027

Categories: [ Morning Glory ] [ Plant ID ]

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