More about Hawaiian Baby Woodrose
Hawaiian Baby Woodrose originates on the Indian subcontinent and is known in Ayurvedic medicine as vidhara, where it is applied for its medicinal and entheogenic qualities.
Nowadays the plant can be found worldwide in tropical and subtropical areas, where it is also known as elephant creeper or woolly Morning Glory.
Chew the seeds or grind them to make a tea.
The effects of Hawaiian Baby Woodrose can be experienced as LSD-like, but much milder, with less visuals. The trip lasts 6-10 hours, with blissful feelings lasting up to 12 hours. Sleep is usually deep and invigorating after the trip, but some users will experience a hangover characterized by blurred vision, dizziness and physical fatigue.
Many users experience nausea at the beginning of the experience, which can sometimes be very intense, but rarely lasts longer than an hour.
2-3 seeds are considered as a light dosage
3-4 seeds as average
4-6 seeds is a strong dose
More than 6 seeds are considered a heavy dosage and most people experience them as very unpleasant.
It is best to have the seeds on an empty stomach, the usual methods are:
Chew the seeds until they are finely ground. Chew as long as you can and swallow them with a little water or juice.
Grind the seeds and pour hot water over them. After half an hour you can filter the liquid and drink it as tea.
The seeds are not only consumed for their psychedelic properties, they can also be planted. Hawaiian Baby Woodrose is a climbing plant, originally from Asia, with beautiful trumpet-shaped flowers.
Use a very sharp knife to make a small notch, away from the germ line. Then let the seed germinate in soil that allows the water to drain away well. The plants love a warm environment, above 13 degrees Celsius. Keep it in a large pot, which you can put inside in winter.
As with all psychedelics, individual sensitivity to LSA can vary greatly. Always start with a low dose to test your sensitivity before trying a higher dose.
Although the seeds can be found in many garden shops, seeds from commercial sources are often coated in a kind or form of pesticide or methylmercury. These coatings are especially dangerous if one has a history of liver disease but can also cause nerve damage in healthy persons.
Do not use Hawaiian Baby Woodrose seeds if you feel unhappy, sad or anxious, or if you are taking any medication. Do not use Hawaiian Baby Woodrose during pregnancy or lactation. Do not drive motorized vehicles under the influence of Hawaiian Baby Woodrose and do not participate in traffic. DO NOT combine Hawaiian Baby Woodrose with stimulants, alcohol, or MAO-inhibitors.