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tlitliltzin {Ipomoea violacea); toloache (Datura spp.
Frank Mandarino
The Aztecs called the seeds tlitliltzin and ololuiqui for the two species I. . “They drink ololuiqui, peyote, and a seed that they call tlitliltzin.
what's the story, Morning Glory ?
Redalyc. Los rituales terapéuticos con plantas psicotrópicas. El caso
Alkaloids and lipids of <Emphasis Type="Italic">Ipomoea, Rivea
"Ololiuqui" and "Tlitliltzin" contain psycho- tomimetic substances. These seeds were iden- tiffed as Rirea corymbo.~a (L.

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Maureen Gilmer: No glory in plant invasion
According to an early Spanish writer, Aztec priests used morning glories known as tlitliltzin to elicit visions for divination rituals.

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Ipomoea tricolor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
nervosa (Hawaiian Baby Woodrose) • Claviceps spp. (Ergot) • Ipomoea spp.
Legal intoxicants - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Tlitliltzin. Main article: Ipomoea tricolor.
Erowid Online Books : "Golden Guide Hallucinogenic Plants" - pg
Fausto Balbo "Tlitliltzin" - YouTube
Apr 9, 2011 An experiment with DPOAE (Distortion product otoacoustic emission). For more information about our music: http://www.faustobalbo.
2011年7月23日 Issued :10 Feb 2008. Tracklist:1 風がねむる僕の. 2.

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