Salvia divinorum (ska maria...
Salvia divinorum (ska maria pastora) was discovered by the Mazatec Indians. The shamans of the Mazatec tribe used this holy medicine to induce a trance. In this trance they could travel through the unconsciousness of the patient to find the source of a disease.
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The principal compounds of salvia divinorum are salvinorin A en salvinorin B. The main compound salvinorin A is currently the strongest isolated hallucinogenic substance known.
Consuming salvia leaves brings you into a dreamy state of consciousness. It is possible to notice a changed perception of things around you. Salvia is also used for meditation because it makes it easy to clear your mind completely.
Salvia in higher doses is not to be compared with other hallucinogenic plants like magic mushrooms and cacti, it has it's own unique effect. Read more about these effects under Salvia sage extracts, these are highly concentrated and meant for tripping. Such a trip lasts 20 minutes to 1 hour. After this you return to reality quickly.
The Mazatec indians used two methods of consuming salvia: chewing the leaves for a long time and then swallowing down the leaves, or dissolving the leaves partially in water and drink it.
Of these two methods the first is much more effective. Usually 8 to 20 leaves will be enough. Smoking the leaves will have no effect at all.
It is important to use salvia in a quiet, dark environment (with some candles for instance). A television is deadly for the experience, but an appropriate piece of music can be very inspiring. If you have no experience with salvia or other entheogenic substances, having a sober sitter present is absolutely necessary.
Salvia is not dangerous or addictive, but it is not a party drug! So use it in a quiet and intimate environment so the salvia can show its full potential.