• Seeds
  • Seeds of Mexican morning glory (tlitliltzin, I. tricolor) were thus used by Aztecs and Zapotecs in shamanistic and priestly divination rituals, and at least by the former also as a poison, to give the victim a "horror trip" (see also Aztec entheogenic complex). (wikipedia.org)
  • Seeds of Ipomoea tricolor and Turbina corymbosa (syn. (wikipedia.org)
  • Plants
  • The name "Ipomoea comes from the Greek ips (worms) and homolos (similar), in reference to the plants climbing or trailing habit. (guardian.ng)