Like LSD, LSA is a psychedelic or hallucinogen which can have several mental effects. It will give you a quiet, dreamy and trippy experience. The primary effects are as follows: dreamy-state, happiness, ability to focus and become intensely interested in anything you like, inability to concentrate on complex tasks such as programming, or driving, extreme mellowness. Please keep in mind that with most users, morning glory can cause quite strong nausea before the trip starts, which can last up to a hour or more.
How to use: Because use is oral, onset is affected by the last food that was ingested. On a relatively empty stomach (try not to eat 4-6 hours before you eat the seeds), onset of effects (usually sickness) is about an hour after ingestion, although it can be many hours before psychedelic peak effects are reached. Primary effects last 6-10 hours when seeds are taken orally.
There are several methods of usage: Chew for as long as possible and swallow. Grind and soak in water for 1/2 hour, strain and drink. Sprout by soaking in water for 3-4 days (change water often), after which the white mushy part is removed from the shell and eaten. This is probably the best method for avoiding side effects, although it makes the effects a little bit less intensive.
Warning: Do not operate heavy machinery. Do Not Drive. Do not use morning glory seeds when pregnant. LSA is closely related to LSD which is a uterine contractor that can increase risk of miscarriage during pregnancy. Individuals currently in the midst of emotional or psychological upheaval in their everyday lives should be careful about choosing to use psychedelics such as Hawaiian Woodrose seeds, as they can bring out dormant emotions. Individuals with a family history of schizophrenia or early onset mental illness should be extremely careful as psychedelics have been known to trigger latent psychological and mental problems. Although Hawaiian woodrose belong to the same family as the morning glory, Hawaiian woodrose seeds are much stronger. Do not combine LSA with alcohol, MAO inhibitors or other drugs/medicine