Salvia divinorum

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Noun1.Salvia divinorum - an herb from Oaxaca that has a powerful hallucinogenic effectSalvia divinorum - an herb from Oaxaca that has a powerful hallucinogenic effect; the active ingredient is salvinorin
salvia, sage - any of various plants of the genus Salvia; a cosmopolitan herb
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Starting in 1938, anthropologists and naturalists visiting Oaxaca mentioned a visionary tea made from a plant variously called bierba Maria (herb of Mary), boja de adivinacion (leaf of prophecy), or ska Maria Pastora (leaves of Mary the Shepherdess).
Gordon Wasson, best known for his research on hallucinogenic mushrooms, was the first visitor to describe his own experiences with ska Maria Pastora.
As a recreational drug, Salvia is commonly referred to as diviners sage, Maria Pastora, magic mint or PurpleSticky[TM].