Yopo, Anadenanthera peregrina, (also known as Cohoba, Nopo, Ñopo; syn. Mimosa peregrina L.), is a native South American tree as well as an entheogen used in healing and rituals.
It was also widely used in ceremonial contexts by the aborigines of the Caribbean area, including Cuba and La Española, up to the Spanish Conquest.
The usage complex of Yopo is almost identical to that of a related tree, Anadenanthera colubrina, commonly known as Cebíl or Vilca. The beans of A. ...(more)
This is for one well rooted plant. Psychotria alba is a shrub from the coffee family, Rubiacea. Its has many local names, including Chacruna, Chacrona (from Quechua chaqruy, "to mix"), Rainha Branca (White Queen), etc. Psychotria alba is a perennial shrub which grows to about 7 m tall and 2m wide.
P. alba can also be used to make aya tea, it also grows MUCH faster then P. viridis.
About Psychotria Plants:
Psychotria is distributed in the warm and tropical regions of both hemisphe ...(more)