Salvia is a cultigen, a plant species for which there is no known wild ancestor origin, since the plant evolved into its present form via human rather than natural selection. As such, the plant must be propagated by hand or its would go extinct. Estimates of the three-thousand year human history with the plant are assumed. The attractive green leafy plant is believed to be the sacred entheogne Pipiltzintzintli of the Aztecs.
the leaves are crushed between the hands and then diluted in water and drunk. Or they arte chewed fresh in a quid and held sublingually as the most efficient absorbtion of the psychoactive principles takes place in the mucous membranes of the mouth.
Salvia can also be smoked. Dosage ranges from 5 pairs to 120 pairs. Following consumption, the Virgin Mary is suppose to speak to the individual but only if there is absolute quiet.
The primary psychoactive components in salvia, only discovered in 1982, is salvinorin A and to a lesser extant salvinorin B. These salvinorins are diterpenes, which may represent an exciting new class of psychedelic compounds, in addition to the well-known psychoactive phenylethylamines and tryptamines.
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