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  Erowid Salvia Divinorum Vault : FAQ
Salvia divinorum is used as a sacred medicine by indigenous shamanic healers living in the mountainous Sierra Madre Oriental in the northeastern corner of the Mexican State of Oaxaca.
Salvia is a genus in the mint family (Lamiaceae) Salvia divinorum is literally the sage (Salvia) of the diviners (divinorum).
Ethnopharmacology of Ska Maria Pastora (Salvia divinorum, Epling and Jativa-M.).
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 Salvia Divinorum | CESAR
Salvia divinorum, also known as S. divinorum or Salvia, is a hallucinogenic plant native to the northeastern Sierra Mazateca mountain region of Mexico where the native Mazatecs have used it for centuries as a healing and divining tool.
1 Salvia divinorum is not likely to be found at a local nursery although it is one among many of the cooking and medicinal herbs in the mint family.
This puts Salvia divinorum in a class of drugs known as KOR agonists, which are thought to play psychotherapeutic roles in perception altering diseases such as schizophrenia and Alzheimer's disease.
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 Salvia divinorum - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Salvia divinorum, also known as Diviner's Sage, Magic Mint, Sally D, Ska MarĂ­a Pastora, or simply Salvia (although the genus name is shared among many plants) is a powerful psychoactive plant, a member of the sage genus and the Lamiaceae (mint) family.
Salvia divinorum was first recorded in print by Jean Basset Johnston in 1939 as he was studying the psilocybin mushroom use of the Mazatecs in Mexico.
The neoclerodane diterpenes in Salvia are k-Opioid agonists.
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 The Salvia Center   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Salvia Divinorum is a small leafy green plant found primarily in the Mazateca region of Mexico.
Salvia Divinorum was first discovered in the late 1930's by a group of anthropologists studying medicinal and magical cures in Mexico.
Salvia unlike many psychedelic tends to have a much shorter duration with 'long' trips tending to last a little under an hour, although some after effects may be felt up to an additional hour later.
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 Salvia Divinorum and Cognitive Liberty FAQ
Salvia was first introduced to the United States in 1962 and remained virtually unknown until a recent article in the New York Times created public interest in the plant as a legal hallucinogen.
Because Salvia divinorum is both legal in the US and visionary, some law-abiding people have relied upon it to occasion profound alternative states of consciousness without fear of incarceration.
The Salvia Divinorum Defense Fund was established with tax-deductible contributions to help CCLE educate policy makers and the public about Salvia divinorum and advocate against its scheduling under the Controlled Substances Act.
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 Salvia Divinorum
Salvia Divinorum is a perennial herb in the mint family native to certain areas of the Sierra Mazateca region of Oaxaca, Mexico.
Divinorum is one of several vision-inducing plants employed by the Mazatec Indians.
Since S. Divinorum, or any of its active ingredients are not specifically listed in the Controlled Substances Act, some on-line botanical companies and drug promotional sites have advertised Salvia as a legal alternative to other plant hallucinogens like mescaline.
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Salvia divinorum makes a beautiful house plant, and it can be grown just for that reason, but most people who grow this plant are interested in its fascinating psychoactive effects.
The botanical name Salvia divinorum means "Sage of the Diviners." Under the right conditions, taken in the right way, Salvia produces a unique state of "divine inebriation." For hundreds of years, it has been used in religious and healing ceremonies by the Mazatec Indians, who live in the province of Oaxaca, in Mexico.
Salvia is not a stimulant, it is not a sedative, it is not a narcotic, it is not a tranquilizer.
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 Growing Salvia Divinorum   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Salvia Divinorum is a green plant with large leaves and a distinctive thick, hollow, square green stem.
Salvia divinorum soil and watering Salvia will tell you when it is getting too dry: its leaves will droop.
Salvia divinorum is usually propagated by cuttings, not by seed.
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Salvia Divinorum extract is a little-known natural perennial herb from the mint family with extraordinary psychoactive powers.
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 The Salvia divinorum Research and Information Center
Salvia divinorum is an extraordinary herb used in shamanism, divination, healing, meditation, and the exploration of consciousness.
Ethnopharmacology of Ska Maria Pastora (Salvia divinorum, Epling and Játiva-M.).
PCR and PCR-RFLP of the 5S-rRNA-NTS Region and Salvinorin A Analyses for the Rapid and Unequivocal Determination of Salvia divinorum.
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 Salvia-Divinorum.com - FAQ Page
Salvia divinorum is a plant from the mint family and a species of sage that is used for its psychoactive effects.
Salvia is both similar to, yet different from, other drugs that affect the brain and behavior.
Salvia is best used by those wishing to explore deep meditative states, spiritual realms, mysticism, the nature of consciousness and reality, or even the possibilities of shamanistic healing.
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Our 5x salvia divinorum extract contains 18mg of salvinorin-a per gram of extract which is extracted from the plant and then redeposited back onto dried leaves.
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Our 30 x salvia divinorum extract contains 108mg of pure salvinorin-A per gram of extract which is extracted from the plant and then redeposited back onto dried leaves.
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 Erowid Salvia Divinorum (Ska Pastora) Vault
Salvia divinorum is a sprawling perennial herb which grows wild only in the Sierra Mazatec region of Mexico.
Salvinorin : The Psychedelic Essence of Salvia Divinorum, by D.M. Turner
Salvia divinorum Epling et Jativa, by Jonathan Ott
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 Salvia Divinorum - All about Salvia Divinorum - Home   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
This information about salvia divinorum at this web site is provided as is. The author of this salvia divinorum web site does not advocate the use of salvia Divinorum.
Salvia Divinorum is a powerful psychoactive that may induce a profound psychological experience due to an altered state of mind.
The salvia divinorum experience may easily overboil you and may be very unpleasant.
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Salvia Divinorum is used by shamans in Oaxaca, Mexico.
Outside Mexico Salvia became famous as one of the best legal highs (hallucinogens, herbal smoke, psychoactives) ever discovered.
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 "Salvia Divinorum" magazine   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Aaron Reisfield The botany of Salvia divinorum (Labiatae)
Jonathan Ott Abstract from "Salvia divinorum Epling et Játiva-M" Leander J. Valdés III La Maria Pastora.
Slava Olchevski, Daniel Siebert Microphotography of Salvia divinorum Leaf.
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 SALVIA DIVINORUM   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Under the right conditions Salvia divinorum is quite easy to grow, but there are a few musts.
A temperature between 12 C and 27 C is appreciated.
I suppose the flowering has something to do with the length of the day, they flowered in november/december, the days are very short then here in Holland.
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We offer enhanced Salvia divinorum leaf sustainably harvested in Oaxaca Mexico by Mazatec natives of the region.
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 Salvia divinorum magazine :: Index   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Geoff Stray Salvia Divinorum: Key to the Paradigm Shift in 2012
William A. Ruth A Primer on the Spiritual Use of Salvia divinorum
Slava Olchevski, Daniel Siebert Microphotography of Salvia leaf
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 Salvia Divinorum Scotland (UK)
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