(see also pages 170-175)
Turbina coryrrbosa (L.) Rat. [= Rivea corymbosa]
The seeds of this Morning Glory, foi merly known as Rivea corymbosa, are valued as one of the major sacred hallucinogens of numerous Indian groups in southern Mexico. Their use goes back to early periods, and they were important in Aztec ceremonies as an intoxicant and as a magic potion with reputedly analgesic properties
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