When I go on walks I find lots of these flowers growing in the wild, near fields and pastures, which are pretty much what São Miguel island mostly is. I read about morning glory a few months ago and figured that's what I've been seeing on my walks, so I took these pictures. I'd be grateful if anyone here can identify what species of morning glory they are - convulvus (aka bindweed) or ipomoea, and also subspecies. If that's not possible from the current photos, I can easily take more. I'm also curious if the seeds of whatever (sub)species this is contain any LSA, and roughly how many of them I would need to make an extraction in order to provide a mild or medium first trip. Thanks in advance!