Project MKULTRA/Subproject 22

From Kook Science

Subproject 22 was a U.S. Central Intelligence Agency program, active from 1955-56 and operating under the aegis of Project MKULTRA, organised for the purpose of researching and financing the study of Rivea Corymbosa (also called ipomoea corymbosa, turbina corymbosa), a species of morning glory, the seeds (oloiuqui) of which contain ergine (LSA), an ergoline alkaloid similar to LSD. Remaining documentation points to the Geschickter Fund for Medical Research as a front (cutout) for transferring funds to the researchers.[1]