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Salvia Precautions for New Users

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Salvia Divinorum, remains legal or not controlled in most areas of the world, and is an herb that many are interested in learning about these days.  Salvia is native to specific areas of Mexico, such as Mazateca, and has properties that produce psychedelic effects.  These effects will vary depending on quite a few factors – such as the person taking the herb, the manner in which they consumer it, and the dosage.  Salvia Effects can include becoming uncoordinated, feeling as if you are moving, feeling like you are in more than Salvia Effects Salvia Precautions for New Usersone place or have been “traveling”, laughter, hallucinations and visions, the feeling of being in a tunnel or seeing tube-like shapes, and so on…

Salvia Divinorum is linked back to certain areas of Mexico where it is still used by Indians as a psychoactive herb to induce shamanic visions and also to treat many common ailments.  The properties of the herb were discovered in the 1930′s, by a group who were interested in the “magical cures, plants and remedies” that were being used in Mexico at the time and came across the Salvia extract.  It was then re-discovered in the 1960′s as the age psychedelic drugs took off but the best information on Salvia Divinorum wasn’t documented until the early 1980′s by Leander J. Vald, who wrote a book about the herb.

Buying Salvia and using the extracts are thought to be the best way to consume the herb as it is concentrated and not as much is needed for the desired “effect”.  Also with the extracts, the effects are reported as being much stronger than with the leaves.  There are no long-term documented side-effects known about Salvia use but there are quite a few precautions that shouldn’t be taken lightly, whether you’re a new user of the herb or not.  Do not operate machinery (this includes motor vehicles) while using this and be certain to have someone with you at all times.  Do not take large amounts of pure salvinorin and don’t mix Salvia with other chemicals or drugs without a good understanding of the effects.  Always start slow with this one as a little goes a long way.

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2 Responses to “Salvia Precautions for New Users”

  1. melody says:
    January 1st, 2011 at 3:22 am

    Salvia is great!

  2. joebaker says:
    January 1st, 2011 at 4:01 am

    what a great way to get a high (legally)… for now!

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