The correct Dutch name for morning glory is 'blue bindweed'. The seeds of the morning glory plant (Ipomoea tricolor) contain a natural tryptamine called Lysergic Acid Amide (LSA), which is closely related to LSD. The seeds can be eaten.
Like LSD, LSA is a 'psychedelic' with strong mental effects. It can give you a silent and dreamy experience. The main effects are a dreamy awareness, new insights, cheerfulness, and a strong interest in the things around you.
Keep in mind that there are side effects such as an extremely mellow feeling and a strong nausea before the start of the trip, which can last for more than an hour.
Because the seeds are eaten, the effect is influenced by what you ate last. On a relatively empty stomach (try not to eat for 4 to 6 hours beforehand) the first effects, in the form of nausea, will be noticeable after an hour. It may take several hours for the psychedelic effects to be strongest. The entire experience lasts between 6 and 10 hours.
Light 50-100 seeds 1.5-3 grams
Medium 100-250 seeds 3-6 grams
Strong 250-400 seeds 6-10 grams
Heavy 400+ seeds 10+ grams
You can have a fantastic and wonderful experience with the seeds of the morning glory plant, but there are some rules that you must adhere to!
Do not drive vehicles, do not participate in traffic.
Do not use morning glory seeds if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.
People who feel depressed, scared or sad are not advised to use products such as morning glory seeds.
People with a family history of schizophrenia should be very careful with the use of these seeds, as it can cause psychological problems.
Do not combine LSA with alcohol, drugs and MAO inhibitors.