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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Officers in Banbridge, Co Down, are urging people to be aware of a substance called Salvia extracted from the plant Salvia divinorum.
Summary: Adolescents in Lebanon are increasingly seeking the psychedelic properties of a mind-altering drug, Salvia Divinorum, believed to be the most potent naturally occurring hallucinogen.
In August, an order was published to prohibit unauthorized production and trafficking of the psychoactive plant Salvia divinorum, along with its preparations and derivatives.
The three psychoactive plants that have been added to the list are kratom, kava and salvia divinorum.
Six herbs are considered contraindicated in pregnancy: arnica, black seed /kalanji, blue cohosh, feverfew, salvia divinorum, and valerian.
Salvia divinorum, also called just Salvia or magic mint, was an herb used by Mazatec Indians for centuries in order to facilitate perceived spiritual encounters.
Los chamanes mazatecos del norte del estado de Oaxaca usan la salvia divinorum en sus rituales desde hace siglos, mientras que el kratom se usa como planta medicinal en Asia.
It is made up of Salvia Divinorum which is a plant psychoactive chemical which produces hallucinations.
3) Fortunately, most toxic plant exposures in children are unintentional and insignificant as compared to adolescents who may attempt suicide by ingesting poisonous plants or seek "legal" hallucinogenic plants, such as Salvia divinorum, often on the Internet.
Other formulations include "spice," which mimics the effects of cannabis; and salvia divinorum, a hallucinogenic plant.
Inhaling, smoking, chewing, consuming, injecting, inserting, absorbing, or introducing into the body in any form, and by any manner, intoxicating substances, to include, but not limited to, Salvia Divinorum, Salvadoran A, or the intoxicant "spice," "Ivory Wave," or any derivative thereof (see enclosure for a non-inclusive list of prohibited substances and derivatives);