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Salvia Divinorum grows wild only in a small, mountainous region of the Sierra Mazateca in Oaxaca.

Salvia Divinorum grows wild only in a small, mountainous region of the Sierra Mazateca in Oaxaca.

Having smoked this a few times in my life, I can confirm that everyone will have a different reaction. I merely became mildly relaxed. Some people see colors and some people see demons. As with ALL psychedelics, please use discretion and be mindful of your dose.

Having smoked this a few times in my life, I can confirm that everyone will have a different reaction. I merely became mildly relaxed. Some people see colors and some people see demons. As with ALL psychedelics, please use discretion and be mindful of your dose.

Coleus blumei was used by the Maztec indians in the same fashion of Salvia divinorum. It's phytochemistry is unique and does not contain the same alkaloids as Salvia. Learn more here http://botanicalguides.com/coleus-blumei-oneirogen.html

Coleus blumei was used by the Maztec indians in the same fashion of Salvia divinorum. It's phytochemistry is unique and does not contain the same alkaloids as Salvia. Learn more here http://botanicalguides.com/coleus-blumei-oneirogen.html

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Harvesting Salvia divinorum, Mexico. SoftAcres: April 2010

Harvesting Salvia divinorum, Mexico. SoftAcres: April 2010

Sage Wisdom Botanicals - The premier source for Salvia divinorum, kratom, and related products.

Sage Wisdom Botanicals - The premier source for Salvia divinorum, kratom, and related products.

Salvia divinorum - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Salvia divinorum - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Salvia divinorum . Di questa pianta se ne sentì parlare per la prima volta nel 1939 quando l'etnografo J. B. Johnson descrisse l'uso di una pianta chiamata Hierba María dagli sciamani mazatechi, che veniva usata assieme a funghi e ai semi di altre piante per scopi divinatori.

Salvia divinorum . Di questa pianta se ne sentì parlare per la prima volta nel 1939 quando l'etnografo J. B. Johnson descrisse l'uso di una pianta chiamata Hierba María dagli sciamani mazatechi, che veniva usata assieme a funghi e ai semi di altre piante per scopi divinatori.