Author: Jan Scholten
665.76.15 Ipomoea violacea
English: beach moonflower, sea moonflower, morning glory = morning erection.
Names: Chinantec, Mazatec: piule; Zapotechs: Badoh negro; Aztec: Tlililzin.
Use: hallucinogenic, trance induced, shamans, communicate with spirits, divination, diagnosis.
Internal conflict, spirit versus body.
Intense compression with fragile people.
Senses acute, pain from light and noise.
Nervous, restless, erratic.
Sensation: stuck to old patterns.
Not their true self.
Absent minded, dreamy.
Feeling their life is a disappointment, old, a failure; giving up.
Delusion: everything is strange; as if in a dream; all objects have meaning; being someone else; poisoned; everyone is an enemy.
Delusion: being in hell, trapped in head, spread out thin in the universe; vengeance from all sins done, selfish acts, flaws, failures.
Looking at himself as a strange horrible human being.
Weather: hot, > cold shower; cold, shivering, > hot bath.
Nervous: twitching spasms, jerking arms, kicking legs; cramping pain.
Mouth: tongue is too large and clumsy.
Lungs: increased in size.
Stomach: nausea, vomiting, violent, sudden, projectile, forceful, < eating, < slightest motion, < thinking about it, > urination.
Female: menses prolonged, profuse, too soon.
Limbs: pain, joints; growing fees.