This sale is for 15 Fresh, and Viable
CEBIL ‘Anadenanthera Colubrina’
YOPO Seeds: WHOLE
Also called : Vilca, Huilco, Wilco, or Angico
Anadenanthera colubrina (Yopo, Cebil), a rare species that has been held as entheogenic for many centuries. Archaeological remains of Anadenanthera colubrina have been found all throuhout South America and the West Indies.
Black beans from Anadenanthera colubrina trees were toasted, pulverized and mixed with ashes or calcined shells to make psychedelic snuff called yopo by Indians in Orinoco basin in Colombia, Venezuela and possibly in southern part of the Brazilian Amazon.
Very few people know about Yopo in “modern” cultures, but they were and are a common part of culture with the indigenous South Americans and Mexicans. It is estimated as much as 20% of the Maya were regular Yopo users.
The Anadenanthera colubrina trees grow in open plain areas.
GROWING CONDITIONS :
Hardiness: Protect from frost!
Rich in bufotenine.
Perennial tropical to subtropical tree to 50 feet.
Native to the Andes. Able to withstand short exposures down to about 25 degrees F. Does tend to come back from the root after the tops freeze back.
Highly decorative house plant. The fern-like leaves open during the day and close at night.
The ground-up seeds are an ingredient in native psychoactive snuff, Rich in bufotenine.
These seeds are potentially toxic if taken internally. Plant prefers warmth, partial shade, and rich, fast-draining soil. Seed has short viability and is best planted as soon as possible after receipt.
Use straight sand or mixture of peat or coco fiber and pumice. Place seeds on flat surface, cover thinly, and press in. Keep barely moist and very warm (72-90 degrees F). Germination is rapid–often within 3 days.
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