The Hawaiian Baby Woodrose (Argyreia nervosa), together with morning glory, belongs to the Convolvulaceae family. The seeds of this plant contain a natural tryptamine, LSA (Lysergic Amic Acid), which is closely related to LSD. The HBWR seeds can be eaten. The Madagascar strain is an extra strong variety of Baby woodrose (Argyreia nervosa) from Madagascar and is one of the stronger psychedelics.
For a beginner 3-4 seeds is a good dose and for an advanced user 5-7 is a good dose. Strength does not only depend on the number of seeds, but also on the way of ingestion.
The effects last between 6-8 hours.
The effects are very similar to the experience offered by LSD. The LSA is slightly less intense and slightly less visual. The Baby Hawaiien Woodrose seeds contain toxins that are heavy on the stomach and nausea at the beginning of the trip is a common phenomenon, this can be somewhat counteracted by means of a good preparation / intake method.
There are several methods of using LSA, below some of the most common:
Simply chew the seeds. Chew as long as possible and try to avoid swallowing for as long as possible. Then rinse with a large glass of water. Pay attention! You have the greatest chance of nausea with this method.
First, crush the seeds until cracks appear on the outside. Use a heavy object, but don't crush the seeds. Then soak the seeds in alcohol until the seeds are soft. Do this in a strong percentage (minimum 40%). When the seeds are soft they can be consumed. Rinse with a large glass of water against the nausea.
The LSA can also be extracted from the seeds and this is by far the best method if you want to combat the nausea. Soak the seeds in a glass of lukewarm water until they are soft. Remove the seeds from the water and grind them fine. Put this powder in a coffee filter, sieve or pantyhose. Now pour hot, but not boiling water over it and let it drain in a glass. Then drink this slowly and take a few extra sips of water after each sip of the brew to counteract the nausea.
Do not drive, to not participate in traffic. Do not use Hawaiian woodrose seeds if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. People who feel depressed, scared or sad are not recommended to use these and similar products. People with a family history of schizophrenia should be very careful with the use of these seeds, as it can cause psychological problems.
Although the Hawaiian woodrose comes from the same family as the morning glory, the Hawaiian woodrose seeds are stronger than the morning glory seeds. Take this into account.
Do not combine LSA with alcohol, drugs and MAO inhibitors.