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A Potent Hallucinogenic Herb - to Ban It or Not?

Society & Culture  (tags: Salvia divinorum, herbs, ban, drugs, Mazatec Garden, hallucinogenic herb )

- 3798 days ago -
The use of Salvia divinorum, a potent hallucinogenic herb, was once limited to revelation seekers in Mexico. Now, the drug is available legally across the U.S.


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Wednesday September 24, 2008, 1:12 pm
this is so far from a hallucinogenic .....its a sedative .........and it is nothing to write home about .........kinda lame high

Dometria Lanauze (6)
Thursday September 25, 2008, 2:49 pm
Well I've not had the pleasure of trying so I can't say whether or not it's dangerous. I can say from having used other hallucinogenics, medicinally, that if taken for Shamanistic purposes , there is nothing wrong with it be allowed to be used. Education about the properties and usage is extremely important always, when ingesting these Sacred herbs.
There is no room for Fear as they activate the Pineal Gland and expand Consciouness, allowing us to view how nature really works, giving us the ability to see life's various dimensions of being, which exist symultaneoulsy. Peace in Our Quest For Truth

Daniel Barker (35)
Thursday September 25, 2008, 3:51 pm
Hmm..there is an herb every child knows by Christmas time, and it's perfectly legal - even children use it.

Nutmeg gets you high - eating half a nutmeg you take a trip like LSD.
---Warning - eating as little as TWO nutmeg at once can be fatal---

Remember Malcolm Little was in prison (before he changed his surname to X) - he was strung out on drugs and a brother Muslim gave him a nutmeg to get off of drugs.

Marty H (119)
Friday September 26, 2008, 3:29 am
Huummm, don't recall ever hearing of it before? Thanks and noted!

Past Member (0)
Friday September 26, 2008, 3:47 am
here we go again. deciding on whether or not to make god's natural herbs illegal. while mandating big pharma synthetic petry dish solutions for everything. natural grown hallucinogenic plants or fungus give visions mostly of clarity and depthness into ones spirit. but from what is said here, it isn't worth my time tracking down any Salvia divinorum, lol. thanks miroslav. really i don't do any of the fun stuff anymore, but back in my younger years -oh yeah i did.
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