Is not, it's even less dangerous than alcohol, but this is what some people wants you to think.
Would you let your teenager to drink beer? What if they do it anyway, who's fault is that? Alcoholic Beverages companies?
No, it's their parents fault, but they won't accept that, they rather put the blame on salvia and ban it, yeah, that solves all.
You have to make sure is the right species. You can only smoke Salvia Divinorum, you can ask the teller about it. Another way to smoke salvia is getting some extracts.
Yes. When a plant is hurt (e.g. cut), it sends a message to the surrounding plants and they know that they are in possible danger.
There's all trees and plants around us and we need to see what individual plant does and how it works when it grows while there ready to be eaten.
Mayana is a clinical research-based blend of three plant-based whole foods:1. The seed of Salvia hispanica L - a plant in the mint family.2. Organic, granulated lepidium meyenii - the maca root.3. Whole grain brown rice protein (no scientific name for this).
Generally yellow leaves mean over watering.
Is not, some people are convinced because of the negative connotation they get from the youtube videos. Salvia is completely natural, not addictive and doesn't harm your body.
Salvia is a great plant to attract humming birds.
Yes, Salvia divinorum is legal plant in the Lebanon.
Salvia is an ornamental plant belonging to the family Labiatae. There is no reason to declare such a beautiful plant as illegal in Singapore.
yes but you wont fail drug tests. salvia is legal
There are 274 photos of the plant salvia, a few more of the flowering plant, and, finally a few thousand (about 46.099) more, under the related links.
Salvia is fairly easy to grow. Plant it in the spring. Dig a hole two times larger than the pot it came in. Plant the salvia at the same depth as it was in the container. Prune after flowering. At killing frost, cut back to two inches high.
The drug commonly known as "salvia" is made from the (usually dried) foliage of the plant Salvia divinorum, a member of the sage family. Sometimes, the active substances of the plant (Salvinorins, particularly Salvinorin A), are extracted and reapplied to another batch of leaves, creating a concentrated form of the drug. These are commonly referred to as extracts.
The type of plant species is salvia considered to be psychoactive. This particular plant can be used as a drug because it can cause dissociative effects. It causes visions and other hallucinations.
yes ,after the plant has begun to grow again and after any danger of frost has passed. The old stems, although unsightly, protect new growth. According to Global Garden.com, many gardeners recommend waiting to prune until you see new shoots emerging near the base of the plant. Trim your salvia very low in the summer to encourage re-blooming. Wait until your salvia has enjoyed a burst of early summer blooms, then cut the long stalks back deeply, removing at least half of the plant. If you have a mass planting of salvia, the plants will be at different heights. Cut these at varying levels, but cut back at least 50 percent of the plant. The salvia will reward you by bouncing back quickly with renewed vigor and lots of blossoms.
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Salvia divinorum does flower, but it is very difficult to start a plant from seed. Usually, plants are cloned from cuttings.