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Argyreia Nervosa Boii;. Convolvulaceae family (Convolvulaceae).
The Hawaiian baby woodrose is a large perennial vine. With heart-shaped leaves (up to 30 cm in diameter), which are staffed with silvery hairs on the underside The 5 - 8 cm long flowers are pink and sit at the end of a 15 cm long stem. The pods dry to a smooth, dark brown, capsule of hazelnut size and surrounded by a dry cup. Each capsule contains one to four furry brown seeds. The Baby Woodrose is native to Asia and is growing naturalized in Hawaii, where it is also cultivated. It is also called elephant winds and silver foliage.
This plant is interesting because its hallucinogenic properties have become popular outside of Hawaii recently. While her relatives from the family Convolvulaceae (Convolvulaceae), as Rivera corymbosa (Ololiuhqui) und Ipmoea purple (White-flowered morning glory), were used for centuries in South America in shamanic rituals, was the Hawaiian Baby Woodrose not traditionally known as a hallucinogenic plant effective. It was only on their characteristics in the 60 ren `attention, although the chemical composition of its seeds which almost of the above types is identical. Its seeds contain even the highest concentration of psychoactive substances within the family.
Cultivation and Propagation:
In frost-free areas can be grown outside these winds. Otherwise, they may in a large pot and stand outside in the summer is recouped when frost threatens. They can by cuttings, seed, or the spring also multiply by division. To bring the seeds to germinate, they carefully carves one from Keimungsauge distant notch in the bowl and soaked the seeds so until he swells. He is about 1 cm deep down into nutrient-rich, loose soil and held without heat supply from below. The water after the formation of cotyledons may only be done sparingly. The soil surface should dry out before re-casting up to 1 cm deep, because an excess water to rot the stem and roots. It grows slowly, until about 6 leaves have formed, after which it is growing much faster. In the first year, the winch is a shrub 30 to 60 cm in height, which can be in frost-free areas not held outside in a large pot to grow them in winter. Next spring the vine grows up to be a large increase, and can climb up to 10 m. Then it also produces flowers and seeds. In this second year, it is best planted or transplanted into a large bucket. In freezing areas, you can dig up the roots and store, or hibernate the bucket in a cool place until spring.
To harvest the seed pods should be well dried on the plant, they can then be stored in a cool, dry place. Their effectiveness begins after 6 to 9 months to decrease.
The methods to increase the alkaloid content of winches can also be applied to the Hawaiian baby woodrose (see "Morning Glory" IpomoeaTypes).
The seeds of the Hawaiian Baby Woodrose contain LSA (Ergin, D-lysergic acid amide), a precursor of LSD. Usually the seeds are eaten, although there is an abundance of Präperationsmethoden.
The active oral dose is 4 - 12 seeds and holds 4-8 of hours.
The LSAContent in Argyreia Nervosa is 0.14% by dry weight of the seeds.
LSA is far less potent than LSD. It causes less intense visual hallucinations like LSD, but works more on the mental, intellectual level. D-lysergic acid amide but produces stronger auditory hallucinations. Visual symptoms associated with closed eyes are common. The perception of time slows. An active mental activity is a LSATrip as characteristic as the sensation that they are very clear and orderly. Converse effects are also occurs.
Some users have reported:
- Vomiting and abdominal cramps.
Less often, only at high doses occur:
- Paranoia, anxiety symptoms and panic attacks
Documented emergencies per year
The Hawaiian Baby Woodrose (Argyreia Nervosa) Is not controlled
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