Rivea corymbosa is a species of morning glory that is native throughout Latin America. It is a perennial climbing vine with white bell-shaped flowers and is commonly grown as an ornamental plant. The seeds of Rivea corymbosa are called Ololiúqui in the Nahuatl language. Natives of Mexico have been recorded using the seeds a hallucinogenic compound in their spiritual ceremonies. Aztec priests would use Rivea corymbosa seeds to communicate to their gods. Turbina corymbosa is a synonym for Rivea corymbosa. The common names for this species include Christmasvine, Christmaspops, Coaxihuitl, and snakeplant.
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