Salvia Divinorum contains the most powerful natural hallucinogen: Salvinorin A. Chewing or smoking the dried leaves leads to a tough trip with dissociative characteristics. With Salvia reality is turned completely upside down and all rules disappeared from the world. You don't know Salvia yet? Then start with the dried leaves before trying the powerful extracts. Salvia is available as dried leaves and as extract in various strengths.
- For the starting psychonaut: The Salvia Divinorum starter kit
- Dried Salvia Divinorum leaves
- For the experienced Salvia user: Extracts from 5 to 40 (!) times the strength of the leaves
This special plant induces powerful and relatively short-lived hallucinations and is therefore definitely not a party drug. The effects of Salvia are not simply comparable to other hallucinogenics such as magic mushrooms, truffles or mescaline. Salvia can bring you a heavy trip. With strong concentrates, time travel visions arise and even out-of-body experiences are possible. When smoking Salvia the tripping effects start almost immediately, though they last shorter than when chewing Salvia.
Salvia: History and Usage
The natural habitat of Salvia Divinorum is Sierra Mazateca in southern Mexico. Yet, under conditioned circumstances, Salvia can also be grown in the Netherlands or Europe. The Mazatec shamans chew on the leaves though they do not swallow the juice. By keeping the chewed leaf pulp in the mouth for a minute or 10, the active substance is absorbed in the blood through the oral mucosa.
The wild plant Salvia is used by the Mazatecs during religious rituals or as a medicine for diarrhea, headache and rheumatism. Nowadays, Salvia is especially loved because of the psychedelic trip and as part of healing rituals. In addition to chewing, Salvia can also be smoked in a water pipe or Salvia pipe.
We recommend the inexperienced Salvia users to start with the leaves. In case you do not get the desired effect, try one of the extracts. Only use Salvia when you are in a safe environment and make sure there is someone staying sober. The functioning of the locomotor system is reduced under the influence of Salvia, therefore the user may fall. As far as known, Salvia is not mentally nor physically addictive.
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