Posted by pinksharkmark (18.104.22.168) on September 20, 2001 at 19:24:26:
In Reply to: what is LSA??? Where do you get it? posted by hedferst on September 20, 2001 at 18:46:01:
LSA is d-lysergic acid amide. LSD is d-lysergic acid DI-ETHYL amide.
LSA is believed to have been the active ingredient in "ololiuqui", a drink used ceremonially for divinatory purposes by the Aztecs.
It is found in the seeds of the Hawaiian Baby Wood Rose plant, and in certain types of Morning Glory seeds. These seeds can be ordered from a multitude of online sources specializing in "legal highs"... the same kind of places that sell kava-kava and yohimbe preparations. They can also be found at plant nurseries, and, in the case of Morning Glory seeds, even at your local WalMart.
While all seeds of the Hawaiian Baby Wood Rose contain LSA, apparently not all varieties of Morning Glory seeds do. The best place I can think of to research this further would be at the link below.
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