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Morning Glory
Timeline
by Erowid
16th Century Xochipilli statue carved. Aztec statue depicts the Prince of Flowers decorated with 6 psychoactive plants: mushrooms, tobacco, morning glory, sinicuichi, cacahuaxochitl, and one unidentified.   
Mid 1800s Xochipilli statue discovered by Europeans in central Mexico.   
1968-1969 Both Argyreia nervosa (Hawaiian Baby Woodrose) and Ipomoeia violacea (Morning Glory) seeds are distributed and used recreationally in the U.S. 1   [Details]
Apr 29, 2008 Albert Hofmann dies. 2   [Details] [More Info]


References
  1.   Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs. Microgram. Sep 1968;1(10).
  2.   Erowid. "In Memoriam: Albert Hofmann". Erowid Extracts, Jun 2008; 14:21.