Seeds of the Gods

A unique collection of seeds gathered from all corners of the globe, ranging from ephedra to Hawaiian baby woodrose and morning glory seeds. Some of these seeds are suitable for direct consumption, others can be used to grow your own little psychedelic garden.


Khat (Catha edulis) seeds

Khat (Catha edulis), also called Qat or Chat, comes from an evergreen tree which grows at high altitudes extending from Eastern to Southern Africa. It’s a large shrub…

Kanna (Sceletium tortuosum)

Kanna (Sceletium tortuosum) is a small plant native to South Africa, where three hundred years ago the Hottentots chewed the root for its euphoric effects. The Dutch who…

Catmint (Nepeta cataria) seeds

Catnip (Nepeta cataria) is the most famous type of catmint plant, which you can grow with these seeds. Catmint is often grown as an ornamental plant, but of…

Papaver somniferum “Lilac Single”

Papaver somniferum, commonly known as the opium poppy, is a beautiful plant that is very easy to grow. The seeds do not contain any psychoactive substances, but the…

Syrian Rue (Peganum harmala)

Peganum harmala, which is also known as Syrian rue, is a popular MAO-inhibitor. It’s often used in Ayahuasca analogues, because it’s more concentrated and easy to prepare than…

Morning glory (Ipomoea violacea)

Seeds of the Morning glory (Ipomoea violacea). Morning glory is a climbing vine with beautiful flowers, originally found in Mexico and other parts of Central America, Nowadays Morning…

Hawaiian Baby Woodrose (Argyreia nervosa)

Seeds of the Hawaiian Baby Woodrose (Argyreia nervosa). This large climbing vine is native to the Indian subcontinent but has since been introduced to numerous areas all over…

Peyote (Lophophora williamsii)

Seeds of the Peyote (Lophophora williamsii). The Peyote is a slow growing cactus predominantly found in Mexico and southern Texas. Cultivation: The Peyote requites a lot of warmth…

San Pedro (Trichocereus pachanoi)

The San Pedro is a cactus with pillars with 4 to 9 ribbons. It grows quite fast, has a strong root system and branches of from the base…

Peruvian Torch (Trichocereus peruvianus)

The Peruvian torch (Trichocereus peruvianus) is closely related to the San Pedro (Trichocereus pachanoi). It resembles the San Pedro in form except for a lighter blue colour and…

Yopo (Anadenanthera peregrina)

Yopo, Anadenanthera peregrina and Piptadenia peregrina are different names for the same plant, which has a rich ethnobotanical history. Not to be mistaken with A. colubrina, or cebil,…

Nevada Ephedra (Ephedra nevadensis)

The Ephedra plant belongs to the gnetum family (gnetaceae). It is an erect, broom-like shrub, 60 cm (2 ft) high. The leafless stems are pale green when young…

Ephedra (Ephedra Sinica)

The Ephedra plant belongs to the gnetum family (gnetaceae). It is an erect, broom-like shrub, 60 cm (2 ft) high. The leafless stems are pale green when young…

Voacanga (Voacanga africana)

Voacanga africana is a small tropical tree with yellow or white flowers. In Africa the bark and seeds of the tree are used as a stimulant and aphrodisiac….

Tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum)

Nicotiana tabacum is the plant that is used for the production of tobacco. In South-America the plant was cultivated for medical and recreational purposes. Growing: Cultivating your own…

Mapacho (Nicotiana rustica)

Nicotiana rustica is considered a sacred plant throughout the Amazonian rainforest, where it is known as “mapacho” and used as an offering to the spirits. It’s a beautiful…

Ololiuqui (Rivea corymbosa)

While the plant has many names, it has been referred to mostly by Rivea corymbosa or by its Mexican name Ololiuqui. This name refers to its seeds; the…

Reed canary grass (Phalaris arundinacea)

Reed canary grass is a circumboreal species and occurs in the temperate regions all over the world. It grows from 0.6 to 2 m (2 to 7 feet)…

Cebil (Anadenanthera colubrina)

Anadenanthera colubrina is a tree native to South America, where it is commonly known as Cebil of Villca. Various influential people and places in Peru and Argentina are…