Petunia violacea is a species of wild Petunias that produces 1.5 inch violet colored flowers. The modern species of Petunia cultivated today were hybridized or mutated from Petunia violacea. Petunia violacea is also called Petunia integrifolia, Wild Petunia, or Shanin. The native people of Ecuador and Argentina used this plant in rituals to induce a stimulating soaring like effect.
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