Morning Glory Seeds from Mystic Seeds
Morning Glory seeds (Ipomoea Volacea) from Mystic Herbs can be eaten whole or the active alkaloids can be extracted. Shamans use Morning Glory seeds for their psychoactive properties, and they were often consumed in religious ceremonies by Aztecs before Spanish conquest of Mexico.
Many people around the world use Morning Glory seeds to experience a psychoactive state. The Aztecs used them for ritual purposes, and shamans currently do as well.
Morning glory belongs to the Convolvulaceae family with Hawaiian Baby Woodrose plants. The seeds contain natural tryptamine called LSA, which is related to LSD and has a long shamanic history. This plant provides a powerful psychedelic experience when consumed in its seed form.