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Plants in the Convolvulaceae-family are used entheogenic, but its not the plants themselfes making the hallucinogenic alkaloids but symbiotic fungi living on the plants. They biosynthesize the lysergic acid alkaloids in the leaves and translocalize them to the seeds. So the leaves are also active, but more in the early season. To the symbiotic fungi: http://2012.botanyco...=detail&aid=692 http://www.treebase....y.html?id=11183 The mayan Ololiuqui (Turbina corymbosa), also the leaves are active- contains Ergine, Isoergine (Erginine), traces of Chanoclavine, Elymoclavine and Lysergol: The HBWR, which is traditionally used in India (Argyreia nervosa)- contains mainly Chanoclavine-1,-2, Agroclavine, Ergine and Isoergine, traces of Elymoclavine, Festuclavine, Lysergene, Lysergol, Isolysergol, Molyclavin, Penniclavin, Stetoclavin, Isosetoclavin, Ergometrinin, Lysergic acid alpha-hydroxyethylamide and Ergometrine (Ergonovine): The famous morning glory (Ipomoea violacea)- contains Ergine (LSA), Isoergine, Chanoclavine, Elymoclavine and Ergometrine: The south-american Florón (Ipomoea carnea syn. I. fistulosa), the seeds are used in Ecuador for intoxication and the plant as a ayahuasca-additive in the Ucayali-area in Peru- contains Agroclavine and Dihydrolysergol: The Panama-Glory (Stictocardia tiliifolia)- contains Ergine, Chanoclavine-1,-2, Festuclavine, Lysergol, Ergometrinine, Lysergic acid alpha-hydroxyethylamide and Ergonovine (Ergometrine) and is as potent as Argyreia nervosa: Some active constituents: Ergine: (LSA)-Dopamine Antagonism (sedative profile) and only weak 5-HT2A/C-agonism Isoergine: 5-HT2A/C partial agonism Methergine (Methylergometrine): 5-HT2A/C partial agonism and describes as hallucinogenic by J. Ott Ergometrine (Ergonovine): Partial HT2A/C agonism Lysergene: HT2A Partial agonism/full antagonism Festuclavine: HT2A Partial agonism/full antagonism Agroclavine: HT2A Partial agonism/full antagonism Elymoclavine: HT2A Partial agonism/full antagonism, Dopamine Agonism Chanoclavine: D1/2-Dopamine and 5-HT2A/C Agonism Lysergic acid: α-hydroxyethylamide Lysergol: HT2A Partial agonism/full antagonism, HTF1 agonism, Ergotamine: partial 5-HT2A agonism Ergovaline: partial 5-HT2A agonism Isolysergic acid Lysergene: HT2A Partial agonism/full antagonism Setoclavine Isosetoclavine Isolysergol