Hawaiian Rose (Argyreia nervosa; Hawaiian Baby Woodrose) is a perennial vine with large heart-shaped leaves and funnel-shaped flowers. Its seeds are brownish in color, big and fuzzy, and growing in seed boxes. They contain the powerful hallucinogenic substance LSA (lysergic acid amide), which is similar in effect to LSD.
Hawaiian Rose is a not a popular hallucinogen. Its effects were first discovered in the 1960s of the XX century.