Rivea corymbosa AKA Ololiuqui is a member of the Convolvulaceae family.
Ololiuqui is closely related to the Morning Glory's and is similar in use to Hawaiian Baby Woodrose.
Throughout historical refereces we see "two cultures in a duel to the death" (the Spanish and the American Indians) with the tenacity and wiles of the Indians defending their cherished Ololiuqui. The Indians seem to have won out. Today, in almost all of the villages of Oaxaca, one finds the Rivea corymbosa seeds still serving the natives as an ever present help in time of trouble. As with the sacred mushrooms the use of of Ololiuqui, so signifigant in the life of pre-hispanic Mexico, hid in the hinterlands until the present century.
We sell Rivea corymbosa seeds. Ololuiqui seeds.