Salvinorin A is the main active psychoactive molecule within Salvia Divinorum, a Mexican plant which has a long history of use as an entheogen by indigenous Mazatec shamans. It is structurally distinct from other naturally occurring hallucinogens (such as DMT, bufo alvarius, 5 meo, 5 meo dmt, dmt for sale, buy dmt, buy dmt online usa, bufo alvarius for sale, psilocin, magic shrooms, penis envy, golden teacher, buy mushrooms, mushrooms for sale, psilocybe cubensis, psychedelic mushrooms and mescaline) because it contains no nitrogen atoms, making it a terpenoid and not an alkaloid as is the norm. This means it cannot be rendered as a salt.
Salvia divinorum is said to induce visions and give entry into supernatural realms. Salvia Extract 40X contains both of the compounds known to produce intense hallucinations, salvinorin A and salvinorin B. Salvinorin A is undoubtedly the strongest, naturally occurring hallucinogenic substance known to man!
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What Is Salvia
Salvia Divinorum (also known as Diviner’s Sage, Ska María Pastora, Seer’s Sage, and by its genus name Salvia) is a psychoactive plant which is a potent producer of “visions” and other hallucinatory experiences. Its native habitat is within Cloud Forest in the isolated Sierra Mazateca of Oaxaca, Mexico where it grows in shady and moist locations. The plant grows to over a meter high and has hollow square stems, large leaves, and occasional white flowers with violet calyxes.
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The fresh leaf is typically used for making a quid of leaves and is held under the tongue for sublingual absorption. Fresh leaf is preferred for sublingual absorption because it does not break up in one’s mouth and is easier to chew. If one plans to use dried leaf for a quid, they should soak them in water for at least ten minutes otherwise ingestion can become highly unpleasant. Soaking the dried leaf in water can also cause it to lose potency.
- Light – 10 g fresh / 2 g dried
- Common – 30 g fresh / 6 g dried
- Strong – 50 g fresh / 10 g dried
Dried leaf (smoked)
Dried leaf is usually prepared by simply taking the leaf and leaving it out in the sun. The leaf can also be dried in the oven at about 150 degrees Fahrenheit until it becomes crispy. Dried salvia leaf is used for smoking.
- Light – 0.25 g dried
- Common – 0.5 g dried
- Strong – 0.75–1.00 g dried
Commercial salvia extracts are easily accessible both online and within local head shops in certain countries. They are sold in varying forms depending on how concentrated they are and are usually marketed as being 5X, 10X, 15X, 80X, etc. This symbolizes that the extract is X times stronger in psychoactive effects than those that can be had from the regular leaves (5X is 5 times as strong as regular leaf). The stronger the extract, the stronger the experience; use at your own risk.
This is made by dissolving pure salvinorin A or a semi-pure form of it into ethyl alcohol. It is meant to be used sublingually by holding a certain amount under the tongue for a period of time. This type of preparation tends to cause longer but weaker effects. It’s worth noting that holding strong tincture under the tongue for long periods of time can eventually cause blistering. It is sometimes best to dilute the pure tincture with water (although potency may be decreased).
A tea can be made by crushing 3–4 g of dried leaves and boiling them for 5 minutes. Afterwards, let it simmer for around 15 minutes. Salvinorin A is not orally active, so the tea has to be kept in the mouth for around 15–20 seconds for each sip. This tea, if properly brewed and ingested, can produce a trance-like state when closing the eyes and up to an entire night of vivid and intense dreams along with occasional closed eye visuals.
- Salvia Recognita (also known as Turkish Cliff Sage) is a psychoactive plant which is 10 times less potent than its relative Salvia Divinorum. Its native habitat is at the base of cliffs in the central Turkey, where it grows in light shade at elevations of 4,000 feet. The plant grows up to a meter high and leafs that span from 3-4 inches to nearly 1 foot long, and occasional white flowers with many whorls of widely spaced flowers.
- Salvia Glutinosa (also known as Jupiter’s Sage) is a psychoactive plant which is far less potent than Salvia Recognita. Its native habitat is in forested areas located around Central and East Europe and West Asia, where it grows in partial shade in calcareous soils, at elevations of 330 – 5,250 feet (100 – 1,600 metres) adobe sea level. The plant grows up to a 16-24 inches (40 – 60 cm) tall and hairy leafs that span from 5.1 inches (13 cm) inches with petioles of about 3.1 – 3.9 inches ( 8 – 8 centimetres), and occasional white flowers with many whorls of widely spaced flowers.
Currently, the scientific literature classifies salvinorin A as a hallucinogen. However, there is additional debate as to whether it can correctly be labeled as a dissociative or an atypical dissociative with some psychedelic and even delirious qualities.
Although salvia shares states of hallucinatory structures and out-of-body experiences commonly reported with typical dissociatives (NMDA receptor antagonists), this is arguably not sufficient so that it falls under the same classification. For example, the hallucinatory structures (although similar) are vastly different in their style and complexity. Alongside of this, the out-of-body experiences commonly reported with dissociatives are presumed to be triggered by the way in which NMDA receptor antagonists block signals to the conscious mind from other parts of the brain. This is accompanied by a distinctive feeling of dissociation, disconnection and detachment which is not present on salvia as it works on an entirely different set of receptors, the function of which in the human brain is almost entirely unknown.
The effects of salvia have a subjectively unique style and pharmacology that is not found within any other category of hallucinogen, this has led many within the psychonaut community assert that it deserves recognition for falling into an entirely new class of its own. Any compound within this subjective and pharmacological class could potentially be referred to as a “salviagenic”. This would also include various other similar analogues such as Salvinorin B and many others.
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- Australia: Salvinorin A is illegal to possess and sell in Australia. Buy salvia Australia, Salvia for sale Australia
- Austria: Salvinorin A is illegal to possess, produce and sell under the NPSG (Neue-Psychoaktive-Substanzen-Gesetz Österreich).
- Belgium: Salvinorin A is illegal to possess and sell in Belgium.
- Croatia: Salvinorin A is illegal to possess and sell in Croatia.
- Czech Republic: Salvinorin A is illegal to possess and sell in Czech Republic.
- Canada: Salvia divinorum and its preparations and derivatives (including Salvinorin A) are schedule IV in Canada. Buy salvia Canada, Salvia for sale Canada
- Denmark: Salvinorin A is a Class B drug in Denmark.
- Germany: Salvinorin A is not controlled in Germany, however Salvia Divinorum was added to BtMG Anlage I, making it illegal to grow, import, possess, sell, or transfer it as of March 1, 2008
- Ireland: Salvinorin A is illegal to possess and sell in Ireland.
- Italy: Salvinorin A is illegal to possess and sell in Italy.[
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- New Zealand: Salvinorin A is illegal to possess and sell in New Zealand.
- Poland: Salvinorin A is illegal to possess and sell in Poland.
- Romania: Salvinorin A is illegal to possess and sell in Romania.
- Spain: Salvinorin A is illegal to possess and sell in Spain.
- Sweden: Salvinorin A is illegal to possess and sell in Sweden.
- Switzerland: Salvia divinorum as well as Salvinorin A are controlled substances specifically named under Verzeichnis D.
- United Kingdom: Salvia is legal to produce, supply, or import if sold not for human consumption under the Psychoactive Substance Act, which came into effect on May 26th, 2016. Buy salvia UK, Salvia for sale UK
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