Morning Glory is an ornamental vine with purple, pink, or bright white flowers. Some species of Morning Glory (I. tricolor and I. corymbosa) contain Lysergic Acid Amide (LSA) which is LSD-like chemical in their seeds. Morning glory has long history of use in Central to Southern Mexico.
For the effects to occur the seeds must be eaten in hundreds. The flowers of Morning Glory can be made into mild psychedelic effects having wine.
Light dosage is from fifty to one hundred seeds whereas dosage over four hundred seeds is considered heavy. The psychedelic effects last from four to eight hours.
The pure chemical LSA is illegal in most of the World, however, the seeds of Morning Glory are legal and usually found in normal gardening stores.