Rivea corymbosa Seeds - Ololiuqui - VIABLE
These rare Rivea Corymbosa (Ololiuqui) seeds are related to Morning Glories, and come from Oaxaca, Mexico where they are cherished for both their history and the possible shamanic use. Now, though, this beautiful plant is a great addition to any garden, and the beautiful white flowers are a constant reminder of the historical significance of these gorgeous plants.
This prized plant provides only 2 seeds per flower, unlike Morning Glories that drop thousands of seeds per plant! But it's easy to grow, it's a fast-growing viney plant, and loves water and sunlight. It will quickly fill a windowsill.
Actually, many believe that the sacred Aztec plant that is perhaps the best kept secret from the outside world today, could actually be Rivea corymbosa seeds. Ololiuhqui is reportedly held sacred among the local Indians in Sierra Madre, Oaxaca Mexico, and it has been reported that the local Mazatecas still cultivate the Rivea corymbosa plant as well.
Rivea corybosa grows easily and abundantly in the mountains of southern Mexico. Today in almost all the villages of Oaxacan you can find the Rivea corybosa plant and the seeds still popular plants among the natives. The plant itself is a climber, like Ipomoea violacea ( Morning Glory) and called 'snake-plant' or `coaxihuitl` in the Nahuatl language. Seeds of the Rivea corybosa plant are very closely related to Morning Glories, it is a very rare but easily grown plant. It flowers abundantly, producing beautiful clusters of white tubular flowers. Ololiuhqui is the Nahuatl name for the seeds of the Rivea corybosa plant and means 'round thing', the seeds are small, oval and brown.
To maximize germination rates, these rare Rivea Corymbosa (Ololiuqui) seeds are untreated; they're never sprayed with poisons or harsh chemicals of any kind.
THESE UNTREATED SEEDS ARE NOT FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION & ARE FOR CULTIVATION ONLY!