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Mexican Tripping Weed
Salvia Divinorum is a Mexican sage plant that just happens to contain the most potent natural hallucinogen known to man, Salvinorin A. Also known as Mexican Tripping Weed, Diviners' Sage, Sally D, ska María Pastora and many other names, it's most commonly shortened down to just Salvia (derived from the Latin word salvare, meaning "to heal" or "to save").
Used for countless generations by Mazatec Indian Shamans alongside hallucinogens like Magic Mushrooms & Ayahuasca to bring on visionary states of consciousness in healing ceremonies, this is not a drug to be taken lightly.
In smaller doses users report a glowing feeling, "the giggles", mild hallucinations and a feeling that an invisible force is pushing on them in some direction. In higher doses users report very heavy hallucinations, "the giggles" and a sense that they are at one with, or on the edge of, the universe - followed by a glowing feeling. Traditionally made into a tea by the Shamans, these days Salvia is most commonly smoked (or chewed) for a far more efficient use of this sacred herb.
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