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Post by Sebastciaun Censtcuriaus on Fri Mar 28, 2008 5:53 am




Salvia Divinorum

Do
NOT use Salvia until you have read through this guide. Salvia is
unique. You cannot make assumptions about its effects based on
experiences you may have had with other herbs or drugs. Salvia has much
to offer: fascinating psychoactive effects, sensual enhancement,
magical journeys, enchantment, apparent time travel, philosophical
insights, spiritual experiences, and perhaps even healing and
divination. It should not be used casually. It should always be used in
a thoughtful, intelligent manner, and only by responsible adults that
are of sound mind and clear intent.



SALVIA DIVINORUM BASICS
Salvia
divinorum is a species of sage (the genus Salvia). There are
approximately 1000 species of Salvia worldwide, but Salvia divinorum is
the only vision-inducing species known. Salvia is a member of a very
large family of plants known as the Labiatae. Because mint is a
well-known member of this family, it is sometimes referred to as the
mint family. Salvia divinorum makes a beautiful house plant, and it can
be grown just for that reason, but most people who grow this plant are
interested in its fascinating psychoactive effects.



The
botanical name Salvia divinorum means "Sage of the Diviners." Under the
right conditions, taken in the right way, Salvia produces a unique
state of "divine inebriation." For hundreds of years, it has been used
in religious and healing ceremonies by the Mazatec Indians, who live in
the province of Oaxaca, in Mexico.



The effects of Salvia are very different from those of alcohol; but like alcohol, it impairs coordination.

Never, ever, attempt to drive under the influence of salvia--doing so could prove fatal!

Salvia
contains a chemical substance called salvinorin A. Salvinorin A is
responsible for Salvia's mind-altering effects. It is not chemically
related to any other psychoactive drug. Unlike most visionary
compounds, it is not an alkaloid. Pure salvinorin A is extremely
potent. Doses of only several hundred micrograms (millionths of a gram)
will have an effect, and doses above 1 milligram (1/1000 of a gram) are
too much for most people to handle comfortably. Because of its extreme
potency, pure salvinorin A should never be used unless the dosage has
been precisely measured with an extremely accurate chemist's scale.
Fortunately, Salvia leaf is hundreds of times weaker than pure
salvinorin A; therefore, Salvia leaf can be used much more safely.



Salvia
leaf is physically quite safe. It is very gentle on the body.
Toxicological studies have shown that salvinorin A is extraordinarily
non-toxic. No one has ever died from a Salvia overdose. Salvia is not
habit-forming or addictive. People who choose to use Salvia, tend to do
so quite infrequently. Salvia is not a stimulant, it is not a sedative,
it is not a narcotic, it is not a tranquilizer. Like many entheogens,
at sufficiently high doses it can induce visions, yet it is quite
different from other entheogens. Dale Pendell, in his book
Pharmako/poeia, assigns Salvia divinorum to a unique pharmacological
class, which he calls "existentia." This term alludes to the
philosophical illumination Salvia seems to shine on the nature of
existence itself.



SALVIA IS NOT A PARTY DRUG
This
is important to understand. Salvia is not "fun" in the way that alcohol
or Cannabis can be. If you try to party with Salvia you probably will
not have a good experience.



Salvia
is a consciousness-changing herb that can be used in a vision quest, or
in a healing ritual. In the right setting, Salvia makes it possible to
see visions. It is an herb with a long tradition of sacred use. It is
useful for deep meditation. It is best taken in a quiet, nearly
darkroom; either alone (if a sitter will not be used, see below for
discussion of sitters), or with one or two good friends present. It
should be taken either in silence or (sometimes) with soft pleasant
music playing.



The SALVIA Experiential Rating Scale

Level
- 1 "S" stands for SUBTLE effects. A feeling that "something" is
happening, although it is difficulty to say just what. Relaxation and
increased sensual appreciation may be noted. This mild level is useful
for meditation and may facilitate sexual pleasure.



Level
- 2 "A" stands for ALTERED perception. Colors and textures are more
pronounced. Appreciation of music may be enhanced. Space may appear of
greater or lesser depth than is usual. But visions do not occur at this
level. Thinking becomes less logical, and more playful; short-term
memory difficulties may be noted.



Level
- 3 "L" stands for LIGHT visionary state. Closed-eye visuals (clear
imagery with eyes closed: fractal patterns, vine-like and geometric
patterns, visions of objects and designs). The imagery is often two
dimensional. If open-eyed visual effects occur, these are usually vague
and fleeting. At this level, phenomena similar to the hypnagogic
phenomena that some people experience at sleep onset occur. At this
level, visions are experienced as "eye candy" but are not confused with
reality.



Level - 4 "V"
stands for VIVID visionary state. Complex three-dimensional realistic
appearing scenes occur. Sometimes voices may be heard. With eyes open,
contact with consensual reality will not be entirely lost, but when you
close your eyes you may forget about consensus reality and enter
completely into a dreamlike scene. Shamanistic journeying to other
lands--foreign or imaginary; encounters with beings (entities, spirits)
or travels to other ages may occur. You may even live the life of
another person. At this level you have entered the shaman's world. Or
if you prefer: you are in "dream time." With eyes closed, you
experience fantasies (dream like happenings with a story line to them).
So long as your eyes are closed you may believe they are really
occurring. This differs from the "eye candy" closed-eye imagery, of
level 3.



Level - 5 "I"
stands for IMMATERIAL existence. At this level one may no longer be
aware of having a body. Consciousness remains and some thought
processes are still lucid, but one becomes completely involved in inner
experience and looses all contact with consensual reality.
Individuality may be lost; one experiences merging with God/dess, mind,
universal consciousness, or bizarre fusions with other objects--real or
imagined (e.g. experiences such as merging with a wall or piece of
furniture). At this level it is impossible to function in consensual
reality, but unfortunately some people do not remain still but move
around in this befuddled state. For this reason a sitter is essential
to ensure the safety of someone voyaging to these deep levels. To the
person experiencing this the phenomenon may be terrifying or
exceedingly pleasant; but to an outside observer the individual may
appear confused or disoriented.



Level
6 - "A" stands for AMNESIC effects. At this stage, either consciousness
is lost, or at least one is unable to later recall what one had
experienced. The individual may fall, or remain immobile or thrash
around; somnambulistic behavior may occur. Injuries can be sustained
without pain being felt; on awakening, the individual will have no
recollection of what he/she did, experienced, or said in level 6.
People cannot recall what they experience in this very deep trance
state. This is not a desirable level, because nothing can latter be
recalled of the experience.
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Post by SCButterfly on Sat Apr 05, 2008 12:46 pm

Thank you for a funny video...I needed that this morning. Sam was hilarious when he was laughing! I cannot believe this is from those plants I put in my yard last spring ??? Ya gotta be kidding??! alien
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Post by Sebastciaun Censtcuriaus on Mon Apr 07, 2008 5:21 am

I love this salvia divornium
what you up to new comeer Love to you

what can we do today?

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Post by Faith on Mon Apr 07, 2008 7:18 pm

LOL! I want some!
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Post by Sebastciaun Censtcuriaus on Sat Apr 12, 2008 5:26 am

How Much?

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Post by Faith on Sat Aug 30, 2008 6:22 pm

Lmao Smile I just smoked some... just now Smile
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Post by Jx3 on Sat May 01, 2010 12:46 am

To hear something
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Post by Jx3 on Sun Feb 06, 2011 5:19 am

Im gonnna order some.
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