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Here's an interesting video about this special plant.

 

 

Salvia divinorum, better known as "Diviners Sage" or "Sage of the Seers", is a plant with a long, somewhat unknown, history, that has been used for years as a way to produce visions and such for Mazateca Shamans during healing sessions, especially those focused on spiritual healing. Native to specific areas in Mexico, such as Mazateca, salvia divinorum is an herb, legal or at least not controlled in any fashion in most areas of the world, which produces psychedelic effects. These effects, which are unique to the person taking the saliva divinorum and the dosage they are taking, can include, but are not limited to the following:

* Being uncoordinated

 

* Feeling as if you are moving

 

* Feeling as if you are in more than one place at once or that you have traveled to a different place

 

* Laughter

 

* Hallucinations/visions, such as being in a tunnel, seeing tube like shapes, etc…

 

* Improved self confidence

 

* A feeling of things being surreal

 

The exact origin of salvia divinorum is unknown, but, as stated above, it is linked back to certain areas of Mexico where many Indians are still using this psychoactive herb to induce shamanic visions and to treat many common ailments. It was not until the late 1930's that this plant, now commonly known as salvia extract, was discovered by a group of people who were interested in the "magical cures, plants, and remedies" used in Mexico. Still, even with the salvia divinorum being found in the 1930's, it would not become a modern herb/drug until its "modern discovery in the 1960. Then, in 1983, Leander J. Vald would begin writing a book about this herb, which would become the basis of all the current knowledge and information currently known about salvia divinorum.

 

In the 1990's, the age of the internet, the salvia herb began to rise in popularity in both public use/awareness and as a product being sold online because it was rediscovered, once again, and its psychedelic nature was made known. Today, this hallucinogenic plant has many different names such as the "shepherdess herb", "Sally-D", "Ska Pastora", and "Yerba de Maria". This plant/herb can be found online and off in a variety of forms, but mainly as dried leaves or extracts. It is very rare that you will find someone willing to sell fresh salvia leaves. The only other option of obtaining this product is to grow it at home.

 

Check this out Psychic, Paranormal - Salvia Divinorum Live Plant for sale in Gauteng (ID:31761417)

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MrAerospace

This appears to be a drug with similar effects to ganga, LSD and their ilk. Shouldn't it also be banned?

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Salvia contains a chemical substance called salvinorin A. Salvinorin A is

responsible for Salvia's mind-altering efects. It is not chemically related to

any other psychoactive drug. Unlike most visionary compounds, it is not an

alkaloid. Pure salvinorin A is extremely potent. Doses of only several hundred

micrograms (millionths of a gram) will have an effect, and doses above 1 mil-

ligram (1/1000 of a gram) are too much for most people to handle comfortably.

Because of its extreme potency, pure salvinorin A should never be used unless

the dosage has been precisely measured with an extremely accurate chemist's

scale. Fortunately, Salvia leaf is hundreds of times weaker than pure salvinorin

A; therefore, Salvia leaf can be used much more safely.

Salvia leaf is physically quite safe. It is very gentle on the body. Toxicolog-

ical studies have shown that salvinorin A is extraordinarily non-toxic. No one

has ever died from a Salvia overdose. Salvia is not habit-forming or addictive.

People who choose to use Salvia, tend to do so quite infrequently. Salvia is not

a stimulant, it is not a sedative, it is not a narcotic, it is not a tranquilizer. Like

many entheogens, at sufficiently high doses it can induce visions, yet it is quite

different from other entheogens.

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