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Heimia salicifolia (Sinicuichi) #
Color photo of H. salicifolia branch showing leaves and yellow flowers. (N. california)
Photo by Erowid, © 2001 Erowid.org
Color photo of a 4 foot tall H. salicifolia plant. (N. california)
Photo by Erowid, © 2001 Erowid.org
Two Heimia salicifolia (Sinicuichi) plants growing in pots in a window. [Norway]
Photo by Felix Poker. © 2009 Erowid.org
Close-up color photo of the small yellow H. salicifolia flower, about 1.5 cm in diameter. (N. california)
Photo by Erowid, © 2001 Erowid.org
Close-up color photo of the H. salicifolia flower, about 1.5 cm in diameter. (N. california)
Photo by Erowid, © 2001 Erowid.org
Color scan of a single yellow/orange H. salicifolia flower. (N. california)
Photo by Erowid, © 2001 Erowid.org
Color photo of small potted plant next to tape measure showing size.
Photo by Murple, © 2000 Erowid.org
Color scan of a Sinicuichi branch and flower. Shows leaf shape quite well. (N. California)
Photo by Erowid, © 2001 Erowid.org
Color photo of a Sinicuichi branch showing flowers/seed pods after the flower petals have dropped. (N. California).
Photo by Erowid, © 2001 Erowid.org
Color photo of plant.
Photographer unknown.
Black and white botanical drawing of H. salicifolia.
From "The Plant Kingdom and Hallucinogens (part III)", by Richard Evans Schultes.
Color photo of flowering plant.
Photographer unknown.
Color photo of a carving of Sinicuichi bud from Xochipilli statue.
Photo from Plants of the Gods, by Schultes and Hofmann.
Color photo of a carving of Sinicuichi flower from Xochipilli statue.
Photo from Plants of the Gods, by Schultes and Hofmann.
Heimia myrticifolia #
Potted Heimia myrticifolia "sinicuiche" plant w/ new leaf growth turning burgandy. Grown indoors, photo taken in August. [ME, USA]
Photo by Boatswain76. © 2006 Erowid.org
Miscellaneous #
Side by side comparison of the Sinicuichi representation from the 16th century Aztec Xochipilli statue with the pre-seed pod of a H. salicifolia plant from Northern California.
Photo by Erowid, © 2001 Erowid.org
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