Morning Glory (Ipomea) is a small vine with heart-shaped leaves and large white, purple, pink or blue trumpet-shaped flowers. In Mexico, the seeds are known as "Badoh negro". Among others, the Zapotecs believed that the plant possesses its own deity and have a rich history of use, both for treatment of illnesses and for spiritual purposes. The seeds of Morning Glory, which naturally contain ergoline alkaloids, such as ergonovine and ergine (LSA), can have a similar effect to LSD when taken in large quantities, but you can also sow them and enjoy the flowers. They look amazing in your garden or on the balcony or even in a sunny spot indoors.