Turbina corymbosa (common synonym: Turbina corymbosa) belongs to the group of Morning glory plants. The seeds contain lysergic acid (LSA) which generates a powerful psychedelic experience.
The traditional method of preparation is to soak the finely ground or chewed seeds in half a cup of water for several hours, then consuming both the water and seeds.
The traditional dose consists of 14 to 22 seeds (R. Gordon Wasson, 'Ololiuqui and the other hallucinogens of Mexico' in 'Homenaje a Roberto J. Weitlaner', 1971).
Ololiuqui can be dangerous to health when you combine it with certain medications, alcohol or with MAO inhibitors. Are you using drugs? Always consult your doctor first and read the package insert of your medicine to prevent health risks. DO NOT use the Ololiuqui if you are pregnant or breast-feeding. Treat Ololiuqui with respect and use them only when you are in a positve mood and a peaceful environment.