Popularity of a Hallucinogen May Thwart Its Medical Uses
Salvia divinorum, a member of the mint family, contains a powerful psychoactive chemical known as Salvinorin. S. divinorum and has been used traditionally in Mexico for healing and divination.
Depending on the dosage, the Salvia experience can vary from subtle to full-blown psychedelic.
At higher doses users report dramatic time distortion and vivid imagery.
JB and I have conducted some experimentation with the substance. As always, we were at the forefront of research.
I found the experience to be quite enjoyable.It was very intense albeit short-lived
So what's it like?
Trying to answer that would be like describing colour to the blind.
This video may shed some light...
... but probably not.