Turbina corymbosa or Rivea Corymbosa, better known as its native name of Ololiuhqui, is a species of morning glory native to Latin America. The Nahuatl word Ololiuhqui means “round thing”, and refers to the small, brown, oval seeds of the morning glory. The Yucatec May used the plant medicinally to increase the flow of urine and to treat wounds and bruises.
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