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Welcome to salvia.net, a site dedicated to a plant variously named Salvia divinorum, Ska Pastora, Diviner's Mint, Sally-D and Lady Salvia. Though its psychoactive properties have been known to the Mexican Mazatec Indians for ages, it was relatively recent that the plant drew the attention of Western ethnobotanists, and even more recent (the early 90's) that its active component, salvinorin A, was isolated. Salvinorin A turned out to be the strongest natural hallucinogen known to man. In recent years salvia has become increasingly popular amongst explorers of nonordinary states of consciousness. Because salvia enjoyed a legal status for years, researchers had the opportunity to study the mechanisms of its effects and possible therapeutic applications.
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Ethnobotanicals are plants that have some significant relationship to humans. This can be anything from common medicinal Herbals to Amanita muscaria or other Entheogens. An entheogen ("God inside us"), in the strict sense, is the use of ethnobotanicals within a psychotherapeutic, religious, shamanic, or spiritual context. Entheogens are used for Shamanic practices including healing, transcendence, and revelation and include meditation, psychonautics, art projects, and psychedelic therapy. If you came here trying to learn about Kratom, you'll probably be interested in the other Entheogens, of which Kratom is just one of hundreds. Entheogens are plants commonly used in Shamanic practices.
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