The seeds of various Morning Glory varieties naturally contain a tryptamine called Lysergic Acid Amide (LSA). This is very close to the effects of LSD. The seeds are eaten whole or the active alkaloids are extracted. Like LSD, LSA acts as a psychedelic or hallucinogen that can produce very strong mental effects.
Morning glory belongs to the Convolvulaceae family, which also includes Baby Hawaiian Woodrose. Morning glory originates from Mexico and Central America. Now it is growing all over the world. A tropical warm climate is the favorite of the Morning glory.
Morning glory is a shrub 4-10 feet tall, with flowers in shades of pink, purple, blue, white, and combinations thereof.
Morning glory’s effects are very similar to an LSD trip. It’s an approximately 6-hour experience, but with less hallucinogenic effects. It does happen that it can make you nauseous. Morning glory is less fearful and has a lower intensity than normal dose LSD.
Since you ingest the seeds by chewing them well and swallowing them, the effect also depends a lot on the amount of food you have taken beforehand. On a relatively empty stomach, the effects start about an hour after ingestion, however, before a peak is experienced, it may be several hours. The effects last for 6-10 hours, and it also takes several hours for the user to feel completely normal again.