Originally Posted by hellblazer
Never tried it, never want to try it. It looks retarded.
really? why? because that stupid teen singer was filmed doing it?
You should read more about it before dissing it with such a stupid comment.
oh wait, you are hellblazer...lol
anyways here are some facts:
, known as S. divinorum
or Salvia, is a powerfull hallucinogenic plant
native to the northeastern Sierra Mazateca
mountain region of Mexico where the native Mazatecs have used it for centuries as a healing & divining tool. Though this is the only known location where this perennial herb grows naturally, Salvia is cultivated in some areas of the United States.
is not likely to be found at a local nursery although it is one among many of the cooking & medicinal herbs in the mint family. It is also one among many that share the genus name Salvia; for example, Salvia officinalis, is also known as common sage. The psychoactive component
(that which produces the hallucinogenic effects) of Salvia divinorum, Salvinorin A, is the most potent naturally occurring hallucinogen
.Â Currently, neither Salvia divinorum nor its active ingredient Salvinorin A are listed as controlled substances in the United States, though there are efforts to criminalize Salvia & its active ingredients & classify them as Schedule I controlled substances.Â To date, Australia is the only country that has criminalized Salvia divinorum & its active ingredients.