ololiuqui

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ololiuqui

(ˌəʊləʊlɪˈuːkɪ)
n
(Plants) a medicinal plant with hallucinogenic qualities, Turbina corymbosa (family Convolvulaceae), used for rituals by the Aztecs in Mexico
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Isolated from such plants as Rivea corymbosa, Ipomoea violacea, and Ipomoea muricata, the bioactive alkaloid lysergol enhances the antimicrobial effects of different antibiotics, thus showing promise as an herbal bioenhancer (49).
The Aztecs also used morning glories (Ipomoea violacea and Rivea corymbosa), shown in Figure 21-10, which contain alkaloids similar to lysergic acid and its relatives.
Isolierung von lysergsaure-alkaloiden aus der mexikanischen zauberdroge Ololiuqui (Rivea corymbosa L.