| Ololiuqui |
| Rivea corymbosa|
| Uses: Medicinal
|| Duration: Perennial (hardy in zones 11+) |
| (Mexican morning glory)
Sacred hallucinogenic herb used by the Aztecs in divinatory rituals. Once thought to be exterminated by the Spaniards in their zeal to exorcise “demonic” practices, the plant and the rituals were found preserved in the mountains among the Mazatec Indians of Oaxaca, Mexico. Climbing vine with white flowers.