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Salvia divinorum produces an intense psychedelic experience that can take you to a completely different place and time! Salvia was discovered by the Mazatec Indians of Oaxaca Mexico, who made use of its strong hallucinogenic properties for spiritual journeys and to explore difference planes of existence. Each salvia trip lasts 10 minutes. Salvia is legal in most parts of the world including the United States.

Our Salvia Extract 60X contains 100mg/g of Salvianorin-A, and each gram is equivalent to 80 Oz’s of Salvia leaves. Our Salvia Extract is made using a standardization method, meaning that every gram contains exactly the same amount of Salvinorin A. Salvia extract 60X is recommended for very-advanced Salvia users.

By purchasing more than 1 gram you can save up to 35% more than if you purchase single gram individually! 

Effects of Salvia Extract 60X

Salvia divinorum leaves contain two active compounds known as Salvinorin A & Salvianorin B. Salvinorin A being the primary compound, has been deemed to be the single strongest isolated hallucinogenic substance known to men that is naturally occurring.

You may have heard/experienced the effects of magic mushrooms, and cacti, Salvia is in its own category in itself, the effects of Salvia being unique. The Salvia trip begins quickly, peaking for 5-10 minutes, and then tapering off for another 20-30 minutes. Where does your salvia trip rank? Check out our S-A-L-V-I-A Trip Rating Scale.

Dosing & Usage Instructions

  1. Grab a torch lighter/regular lighter and burn around 7-8 mg for strong effects. Important keep the flame on the Salvia Extract at all times while its burning.
  2. If you are new to salvia, we do not recommend starting with Salvia Extract 60X. We only recommend this to very-advanced users. Salvia Extract 60X needs to be used with caution start with a smaller amount 5 mg and test your tolerance. The effects of salvia are different for each person 60X will most likely be overwhelming for most people.
  3. It’s important to use the salvia in a quiet, dark environment. If you have no experience with salvia or other entheogenic substances, having a sober sitter present is absolutely necessary.Please follow pre-cautions by reading our guides.

The weight of a moderately strong dose of extract can be estimated by: 400 / ”X-factor” = dose in milligrams. So a moderately strong dose of 10X is: 400 / 60 = 0.006 grams/hit.  A strong to uncomfortable experience = 0.012 grams/hit. 

All SalviaExtract orders ship within a day and come with a full money back guarantee. Free domestic shipping on all U.S. orders paid with Bitcoin/E-Check/AMEX/Visa/Mastercard.

Thank you for shopping with SalviaExtract, and please remember us for all your Salvia needs!

Safe Usage

Salvia is not a party drug! For more tips about using salvia, check our Salvia divinorum Wiki Page and Smoking Salvia.

Be careful with salvia extracts. Use them only with a, preferably experienced, sitter present and if you’re already familiar with regular salvia leaves. Check out our guide on Using Psychedelics Safely

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  1. 5 out of 5

    joseph (verified owner)

    Do not take this lightly. it will fuck you up. my heart was pounding out of my chest like crazy after i took a small hit

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  2. 5 out of 5

    Kyle

    Where’s the 120X …its used to be available on the market….btw don’t take 60x lightly ….and be sitting down !!

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    • AdminJohn Reed (verified owner)

      We’ll look into it. 60x is pretty strong stuff. Salvia Extract 120x would be pretty expensive given how much raw product you need to make 1 gram. Per milligram you’d be getting something along the lines of 170 – 190 mg/g at 120X of Salvianorin-A. Its possible it was a company re-labeling lower extract concentrations as being 120x, Experience Alternative and Salvia Supply use to do that for marketing purposes.

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  3. 5 out of 5

    Minister

    I used to get 120 and PACK half a bowl, and use butane torch……like locked in syndrome, but in “another” place 🙂
    A full packed regular headshop bowl ( with BUTANE TORCH ( better for Salvia))…is a HOLY SHIT YOU BETTER BE LAYING/SITTING DOWN!!! BEST Salvia site available!!

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  4. 5 out of 5

    Roger Rabbit

    X60, full bowl, butane torch…..was in a wonderland of multiverses ….in real time my gf said it looked like a slow stroke and I was unresponsive for a few min….but my side of the xp was MIND BLOWING,…. Not nearly like the x120 that was around years back..but Definitely NOT to be taken lightly…have a “disability” buddy ( my gf for me) to make sure you don’t drop red hot bowl or fall off bed ( done both ) _-_-this is a 6⭐ product —-just don’t be the Ahole who uses a lighter then bitches

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  5. 5 out of 5

    Concerned Citizen

    All the X120 requesters…I’m pretty sure you had x30-60 and probably went wild. X60 is so strong that it’s not a “high” , it is a complete disassiotive. You can hurt yourself if you’re alone. IF, and only IF you can handle your shit, USE IN SMALL DOSES! AND WORk WAY UP!!!

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    Bitcoin illiterate

    PRODUCT is phenomenal….. BUT WHAT THE HELL!?!? I DONT use Bitcoin( too old/lazy to try and figure that stuff out ) And C.O.D. is not cool.
    Please allow CC transactions again. I love your product….but Bitcoin/C.O.D. is a deal breaker 😫

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    • AdminJohn Reed (verified owner)

      Hi Kyle,

      We are very close to getting a credit card solutions, should be up and running sometime in December. Our provider is waiting for approval. Keep checking back. We do apologize for the inconvenience.

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    • kyle.filer1

      I am Kyle, I left a great review because this is the best product Ive got. I gave a 1 star because I was drunk and mad…that 1star HAUNTS ME!!! I apologise salviaextract.com…. more than I can explain.. I love you folks!¡!

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  7. 5 out of 5 OUT OF THIS WORLD

    justin luckett (verified owner)

    Received my package today! I open my envelope anndddd some how my bag popped open during it’s Journey. The product was scattered throughout the envelope. 🙁 but it seems I managed to recover the product. Other than that little Fiasco, i am quite happy with the 60x I received. I must say it was very potent.

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    Does this come in a bottle or is it a small package because I need the actual extract?

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      Salvia Extract 60x comes in a sealed package and it is the actual extract. The product your referring to is Salvia Tincture.

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Salvia divinorum

What is Salvia divinorum ?

Salvia divinorum is a hallucinogenic plant, traditionally used by Central American shamans for healing and spiritual insight. It interacts with the brain in a completely unique way that produces psychedelic effects unlike any other hallucinogenic drug that induces astral projection, divination and out of body experiences and enhance spiritual development.

For more information please consult the following online resources: Salvia divinorum and How to use Salvia Extracts

How do I use Salvia Extracts ?

To use Salvia Extract follow these simple steps:

  1. Buy Salvia Extract, we recommend starting with the explorer pack for those who have never tried Salvia 10x and 20x offer a perfect entry point. For those who like to live on the edge we recommend the expert pack, Salvia 20x, 40x and 60x will provide you with enough punch to “break through”.
  2. A water pipe/bong, or hand hand pipe and a lighter, we recommend using a torch lighter is possible.
  3. A sitter (person to keep an eye on you during your session) avoid being in large groups.
  4. A comfortable safe environment where you can comfortably feel no one will judge you.
  5. Put 0.1 to 0.2 grams into your smoking device light up keep flame on salvia extract while inhaling at the same time. Inhale the smoke and hold it in for as long as possible. Release and let Salvia show you a whole new side of life you have never experienced before.

For a more in-depth look at usages of salvia divinorum consult our how to smoke salvia guide.

As a first time buyer of salvia what should I buy?

We recommend starting with Salvia 10x or Salvia 20x. We offer a great explorer pack deal that includes both options at significant savings. If you are comfortable with the product, it is recommended to use a more powerful extract such as Salvia 40x and Salvia 60x, specials include our expert pack if your looking for more value. Most buyers prefer the most potent extracts, not only because they are more cost effective, but because of its more potent effect requiring less to achieve a Salvia break through trip.

 

What is the difference between Salvia 10x, 20x, 40x and 60x ?

What is the difference between 10x, 20x, 40x, and 60x ? What does it all mean and why are you paying so much more for Salvia 60x versus 10x. Salvia divinorum leaves contain Salvianorin-A which is what makes Salvia special and causes its hallucinogenic effects. 1 oz of Salvia divinorum leaves contains approximately 1.2 mg of Salvianorin-A, you have to chew 1 oz of fresh Salvia leaves just to get 1.2 mg of Salvianorin-A, which has very weak effects. Chewing Salvia divinorum leaves can be great if you are using it for healing purposes, but not for spiritual Quests. Central Americans that used Salvia divinorum in rituals had to burn a very large stack of salvia leaves for their shaman to get enough salvianorina-A to have his vision quests. Rest assured no bond fires required with Salvia Extracts.

We remove all the useless salvia plant matter and extract the active compounds redeposit them into a single gram. Lets take Salvia 10x  1 gram as an example, in each gram you will find 10 times what you find in 1 oz of Salvia leaves, it takes 10 oz of leaves to make 1 gram of Salvia 10x. Now compare Salvia 60x with 72 mg/gram of salvianorin-A it takes about 70 to 80 oz of leaves for 1 single gram. The stronger the extract the more Salvianorin-A product you get packed in a single gram but the more resources it takes to create it and thats why their is such a steep difference in price between 10x and 60x.

For more information on the basics of how we make Salvia Extract go to our blog.

Legal Status of Salvia divinorum in the United States

Legal status by state

RED Jurisdiction where salvia is illegal.
ORANGE Jurisdiction where salvia is decriminalised.
YELLOW Jurisdiction where salvia is legal with age restrictions.
BLUE Jurisdiction where salvia extracts are illegal but the plant itself is legal.
GREEN Jurisdiction where salvia is legal.

Legal Status of Salvia divinorum in the United States

StateBill ref.Proposed dateClassificationStatusProposerSalvinorin A included?Notes
AlabamaHB69722-Apr-2010Schedule IEnacted July 17, 2010Rep. James O. GordonYesSalvinorin A is misspelled as salvinorum A.
SB33027-Mar-2007not passed / diedSen. Hank ErwinYes
n/a18-Oct-2007not passed / diedSen. Roger Bedford & Rep. Johnny Mack Morrowunknown
AlaskaSB31305-Apr-2006Schedule IIAnot passed / diedSen. Gene TherriaultNo
SB3816-Jan-2007not passed / diedYes
SB5221-Jan-2009not passed / diedYes
ArkansasSB423March-2011Schedule IPassedYes
CaliforniaAB259[10]05-Feb-2007prohibit sale to minorsPassed – 22-Jul-2008Assembly Member Anthony AdamsNo, then YesProposed bill wording amended from original Schedule I prohibition to only prohibit sale to minors instead. – Passed. Came into effect on 01-Jan-2009.
Colorado11-13402-Jun-2011Class 2 MisdemeanorPassedColorado State SenateYesSee[11]
ConnecticutSB1098Jan-2011To be scheduledPassed – 6-Jul-2011“Many legislators, including Senator Boucher” HB6174Yes (“Salvinorum”)See. Also see
DelawareSB25916-Mar-2006Schedule IPassed – 02-May-2006Sen. Karen PetersonNoaka Brett’s law
FloridaSB340, SB1612 & HB13637-Feb-2008Schedule IPassed – 29-May-2008Sen. Evelyn J. Lynn & Rep. Mary BrandenburgYesPossession felony for up to 5 years in prison. Effective July 1, 2008
Hawaii2745 SD2March 2010Schedule IPassed –Gov. Linda LingleSalvia divinorum and its constituent salvinorin A permanently as a schedule I controlledsubstance as mandated by Section 329-11
GeorgiaHB10211-Jan-2010“dangerous drug”Passed – 01-July-2010Rep. John LunsfordYesAdds “Salvia divinorum A” to list of dangerous drugs. Allows for “possession, planting, cultivation, growing, or harvesting of Salvia divinorum A strictly for aesthetic, landscaping, or decorative purposes.”
IllinoisSB258919-Jan-2006Schedule Inot passed / sine dieSen. John J. MillnerNo
HB45726-Jan-2007Passed – 18-Aug-2007Rep. Dennis M. RebolettiNoSalvinorin A not mentioned, but bill wording incl. “any extract” from plant. Took effect 01-Jan-2008.
IndianaSB5705-Jan-2011Class A misdemeanorPassed – 01-July-2011Alting, Charbonneau, MillerYes
IowaHSB133 SSB105118-Jan-2007Schedule IpassedGovernor’s Office of Drug Control PolicyYes
SF510[18]29-Aug-2011Schedule IPassed – 29-Jul-2011Gov. Terry BranstadYesenacted after 30 days of passing
KansasSB48128-Jan-2008Schedule IPassed – 24-April-2008Sen. Peggy MastYesincl. any extract from any part, and every compound, manufacture, derivative, mixture or preparation of such plant, its seeds or extracts
KentuckySB10726-Jan-2010Schedule IPassed – 26-Apr-2010Sen. Brandon SmithYes
LouisianaHB2025-Feb-2005Schedule IPassed – 15-Aug-2005Rep. Michael G. StrainNoFirst State to ban Sd.
MaineLD66Dec-2006prohibit sale to minorsPassed – 15-May-2007Rep. Chris BarstowNo, then YesAmended – originally proposed ‘Schedule Z’ classification
MarylandSB 317 and HB 828-Jan-2009Schedule Iin committeeSenator Gladden and Delegates Haddaway and EckardtYesJohns Hopkins University has found a loophole that could stop the research they are doing.
MassachusettsHB443416-May-2007Class Cnot passed / diedRep. Viriato Manuel deMacedo and Rep. Daniel K. WebsterYes
HB2037 HB1336 HB178912-January-2009not passed / diedRep. Viriato Manuel deMacedo and Rep. Daniel K. WebsterYes
MichiganSB13731-Oct-2010Schedule IPassedYes
MinnesotaHF294914-Feb-2008Schedule IVnot passed / diedRep. Joe AtkinsNo
SB2668not passed / diedSen. Steve Murphy
HF 484Feb-2009Schedule Inot passed / diedRep. Morrie Lanning
SF0569not passed / diedSen. Bill Ingebrigtsen
HF2975Feb-2010Gross misdemeanornot passed / diedRep. Morrie Lanning
SF2773Passed – 18-May-2010Sen. Bill IngebrigtsenYes
MississippiSB245629-Jan-2008Schedule IPassed – 01-Jul-2008Sen.Hob BryanNo
MissouriHB16505-Jan-2005Schedule Inot passed / diedRep. Rachel L. BringerNo
HB63323-Feb-2005Passed – 28-Aug-2005Rep Scott A. Lipke
and Rep. Rachel L. Bringer
Yes
NebraskaLB84010-Jan-2008Schedule Inot passed / sine dieAttorney General Jon Bruning & Senator Vickie McDonaldYes
LB 12309-Jan-2009Passed – Feb 27, 2009Sen. Russ KarpisekYes
New JerseyA132308-Jan-2008Schedule IproposedAssemblywoman Linda StenderYes
S342611-Dec-2008Schedule IproposedSen. Stephen SweeneyYes
New YorkS1454-201318-Apr-2005prohibit salePassed – January 2012Sen. John J. FlanaganNofine of no more than $500 per violation
A89205-Jun-2007prohibit possessionproposedAssemblyman Carl HeastieNofine of no more than $50 per violation
S0773618-Mar-2008Schedule Iproposedno sponsor listedNoPossession- Class B Misdemeanor. Sale- Class A Misdemeanor
North CarolinaSB13811-Feb-2009Schedule IPassed Aug 6, 2009Sen. William R. Purcell, Sen. Stan Bingham et al.Yesapplies to all forms of Salvia divinorum
North DakotaSB231715-Jan-2007Schedule IPassed – 01-Aug-2007Sen. Dave Oehlke, Sen. Randell Christmann et al.No, then Yesbill refers to salvinorin A and “any of the active ingredients” of Salvia divinorum
OhioHB215May-2007Schedule IPassed – 06-Jan-2009Rep. Thom CollierYes
OklahomaHB248506-Mar-2006prohibit extractsPassed – 26-May-2006Rep. John NanceYesenhanced, concentrated, and chemically or physically altered
HB314823-May-2008Schedule IPassed – 23-May-2008Rep. David Derby and Sen. Jonathan Nicholsapplies to all forms of Salvia divinorum – law comes into effect 01-Nov-2008
OregonSB59222-Feb-2003Schedule Inot passed / diedSen. Richard Devlin and Sen. Ryan Deckert
HB348515-Mar-2003not passed / diedRep. Billy Dalto
HB249425-Jan-2007not passed / diedRep. John LimYes
PennsylvaniaHB265702-May-2006Schedule Inot passed / diedRep. James Casorio et al.Yes
SB121716-Jun-2006not passed / diedSen. Lisa Boscola et al.No
SB71029-Mar-2007proposedSen. Lisa Boscola et al.No
HB137929-May-2007proposedRep. Beyer et al.No
HB154718-Jun-2007proposedRep. James Casorio et al.Yes
SB1006Passed – 23-Jun-2011Yes
Rhode Island2014-H 7191, 2014-S 265110-Jun-2014Schedule IPassedRep. Arthur J. CorveseSen. Frank S. LombardiYesonly extracts are Schedule I; the “unaltered plant” is explicitly exempted
South CarolinaH468713-Feb-2008Schedule IPassed House / later diedRep. HugginsYes
South DakotaHB109020-Jan-2009Class 1 misdemeanor / Class 6 felonyPassed – 11-Mar-2009Rep. Chuck TurbivilleNopossession of less than 2 ounces a misdemeanor, 2 ounces or more a felony
TennesseeSB3247 /HB2909
/TCA 39-17-452
15-Feb-2006Class A misdemeanorPassed – 01-Jul-2006Rep. Park M. Strader, Sen. Tim BurchettYesnot an offense to possess, plant, cultivate, grow, orharvest Sd for aesthetic, landscaping, or decorative purposes
TexasHB234702-Mar-2007Penalty Group 2not passed / diedRep. Charles “Doc” AndersonYesPenalty Group 2 of the Texas Controlled Substances Act
HB378409-Mar-2007Penalty Group 3Rep. Tan ParkerYesPenalty Group 3 of the Texas Controlled Substances Act
SB1796prohibit sale to minorsSen. Craig EstesNoproposed concurrently to HB2347 and HB3784 above
HB12611-Nov-2008Penalty Group 3proposedRep. Charles “Doc” AndersonYesPenalty Group 3 of the Texas Controlled Substances Act
SB257prohibit sale to minorsSen. Craig EstesNoproposed concurrently to HB126 above
HB12414-Jun-2013Penalty Group 3Passed – 14-Jun-2013Representatives Anderson, Stephenson, Price, and FlynnYesAdded Salvia divinorum, unless unharvested and growing in its natural state, meaning all parts of that plant, whether growing or not, the seeds of that plant, an extract from a part of that plant, and every compound, manufacture, salt, derivative, mixture, or preparation of that plant, its seeds, or extracts, including salvinorin A, to Penalty Group 3 of the Texas Controlled Substances Act.
UtahHB19018-Jan-2007Schedule Inot passed / diedRep. Paul RayNo, then Yes
HB26009-Jan-2008not passed / diedYes
HB27728-Jan-2009proposedYes
VirginiaHB284410-Jan-2007Schedule Inot passed / diedDelegate John M. O’Bannon, IIIonlyAny material, compound, mixture, or preparation, which contains any quantity of salvinorin A (another name: Divinorin A). – The plant Salvia divinorum was not mentioned
WisconsinAB18602-Apr-2009Fine not to exceed $10,000PassedRep. Cullen et al.onlyWisconsin banned manufacturing, distributing, or delivering salvinorin A the extraction. The law does not name Salvia divinorum the organic plant as a controlled statute, therefore the live, raw, or dried plant is still legal by law and not part of the ban under this statute.
WyomingHB4913-Feb-2006Schedule Inot passed / diedRep. Stephen WattNo
HB62Schedule IPassed – 1-Jul-2011OnlySalvinorin A is misspelled as “Salvinorum A”. Salvia divinorum is not specifically listed but the plant is covered by the law because it contains salvinorin A, which is specifically listed in the bill.
Legal status of Salvia divinorum by country
CountryPossessionSaleTransportCultivationNotes
 AustraliaIllegalIllegalIllegalIllegalAs of 1 June 2002, Australia became the first country to ban Salvia and salvinorin. According to the Australian Drugs and Poisons Committee, salvia had not yet shown evidence of damage or threat to public health/safety but had potential to be abused. In a statement which has been criticized as self-negating the committee said, “there was no evidence of traditional therapeutic use other than in shamanistic healing rituals”. On 1 June 2008 the State of Queensland made Salvia divinorum a Schedule 2 Dangerous Drug in the same category as Cannabis Sativa and GHB.
 BelgiumIllegalIllegalIllegalIllegalIn October 2004, “salvorin A”, a misspelling of salvinorin A, was added to the Belgian list of illegal products, so the law was actually banning a non-existent substance. Two years later, in October 2006, the mistake was corrected, and the whole Salvia divinorum plant was made explicitly illegal.
 BrazilIllegalIllegalIllegalIllegalSalvia is illegal in Brazil since 2012.
 CanadaLegalIllegalIllegalIllegalIn Canada Salvia is an unapproved herbal supplement that is prohibited by law for sale in Canada. The federal government says products containing salvia divinorum and its active ingredient, salvinorin A, are considered natural health products and, as such, must be authorized by Health Canada, before they can be sold. Salvia is unapproved for sale in Canada.
 ChileLegalIllegalIllegalLegal“On August 8, 2007, the Chilean government issued a decree making the trafficking of Salvia divinorum and salvinorin A illegal.”
 CroatiaIllegalIllegalIllegalIllegalSalvia divinorum was banned in Croatia in April 2008 by addition to the official list of illegal substances and plants.
 Czech RepublicIllegalIllegalIllegalIllegalSalvia divinorum was banned by law nr. 106/2011 Coll., effective 22 April 2011, which added it to the list of illegal substances. Holding leaves, plants and extracts containing salvinorin A and growing them is considered illegal.
 DenmarkLegal Medically and ScientificallyLegal Medically and ScientificallyLegal Medically and ScientificallyLegal Medically and ScientificallyWith effect from 23 August 2003, Salvia divinorum and salvinorin A were classed as ‘category B’ drugs in Danish law. Category B includes psilocybin mushrooms, cocaine, amphetamine, and several others substances that are only legal for medicinal and scientific purposes. Possession carries a penalty of up to 2 years in prison.
 FinlandLegal MedicallyLegal MedicallyLegal MedicallyLegal MedicallyFinland passed legislation in August 2002 making it illegal to import Salvia divinorum without a prescription from a doctor.
 FranceLegalLegalLegalLegalIt is legal to sell Salvia Divinorium as a non-narcotic.
 GermanyIllegalIllegalIllegalIllegalSalvia divinorum was effectively banned in Germany in February 2008 by addition to the official list of illegal substances. Previously the government tried various ways to make Salvia divinorum illegal in Germany.
 IndonesiaLegalLegalLegalLegal
 IrelandIllegalIllegalIllegalIllegalSalvia divinorum is no longer legal in the Republic of Ireland. Salvinorin A, which is Salvia divinorum’s main psychotropic molecule, is listed as a controlled substance in S.I. 552/2011 Misuse of Drugs (Amendment) Regulations, as is “any product whether natural or otherwise including any plant or plant material of any kind or description, which contains any proportion of the said substance”.
 ItalyIllegalIllegalIllegalIllegalIn August 2004, the Italian government decreed salvinorin A “a substance with hallucinogenic properties that may cause conditions of abuse and can manifest latent psychiatric pathologies like acute psychosis and depressive psychosis even in an irreversible way” and put it and the plant Salvia divinorum on their ‘table I’ of outlawed psychotropic substances in March 2005. The Italian government referred to an evaluation of Salvia made by the Italian National Health Institute, assessing it as “a powerful natural hallucinogen” to justify their decision. The Italian Ministry of Heath Decree (in Italian) (Google translated into English). Cultivation of the plant or the possession of more than 0,5 mg of Salvinorin A carries a penalty from 6 to 20 years in prison.
 LatviaIllegalIllegalIllegalIllegalSalvia divinorum was banned in May 2009.
 LithuaniaIllegalIllegalIllegalIllegalSalvia divinorum was banned in May 2008.
 MalaysiaLegalLegalLegalLegal
 MyanmarLegalLegalLegalLegal
 NetherlandsLegalLegalLegalLegalSalvia divinorum is entirely legal.
 New ZealandNeed LicenseNeed LicenseNeed LicenseNeed LicenseIn November 2007 New Zealand National party MP Jacqui Dean called for the government to take action, saying – “Salvia Divinorum is a hallucinogenic drug, which has been banned in Australia, and yet here in New Zealand it continues to be sold freely.” and “We’re dealing with a dangerous drug here, with the minister’s wait and see approach like playing Russian Roulette with young people’s lives.” Jacqui Dean has similar concerns about the ‘party pill’ benzylpiperazine (BZP), over which Associate Health Minister Jim Anderton (Progressive party) has accused her of indulging in political grandstanding, saying – “Perhaps Mrs Dean doesn’t subscribe to the idea that any Government must balance the need to act promptly with its responsibilities to act fairly and follow due process, particularly where its actions affect those who are currently acting within existing legal constraints.” When questioned by Maori Party MP Tariana Turia, on why she was unwilling to take the same prohibitory line on smoking cigarettes and drinking alcohol as she took on BZP Ms Dean said “Alcohol and tobacco have been with our society for many, many years.” In September 2007, the Social Tonics Association of New Zealand (STANZ) called for Jacqui Dean to step down from speaking on drug issues after she demonstrated “a lack of credibility in calling for the ban of dihydrogen monoxide (H2O – i.e. water.)” STANZ Chairman Matt Bowden said – “The DHMO hoax played on the member this week is not a joke, it highlights a serious issue at the heart of drug policy making. Ms Dean demonstrated a ‘ban anything moderately harmful’ reflex. This approach is just downright dangerous.” – “Jacqui Dean has clearly demonstrated a lack of credibility in her requests to the Minister to consider banning water; She has also seriously embarrassed her National Party colleagues who can no longer have confidence in her petitions to ban BZP or anything else.” As of 18 July 2013 Salvia is illegal to sell in New Zealand without a license under the Psychoactive Substances Act 2013. This act is designed to prohibit any psychoactive substances which have not been approved by the Psychoactive Substances Regulatory Authority.
 PhilippinesIllegalIllegalIllegalIllegalThe Dangerous Drugs Board (DDB) of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) declared Salvia Divinorum and its extracts and other forms as illegal in its Board Regulation No. 3, on October 6, 2015.
 PolandIllegalIllegalIllegalIllegalThe sale, possession and consumption of salvia divinorum (and many other plants and chemicals) have been made illegal in May 2009.
 PortugalLegalLegalLegalLegalThe Drug policy of Portugal does not regulate Salvia Divinorium.
 RomaniaIllegalIllegalIllegalIllegalSalvia divinorum and Salvinorin A-F has been added as an illegal substance under the Law 143/2000 on February 10, 2010.
 RussiaLegalIllegalIllegalLegalImports and sales of Salvia divinorum, Argyreia nervosa and Nymphaea caerulea are banned in Russian Federation effective from April 17, 2009. The ban has been effected by chief sanitary inspector and the plants have not yet been included on the official list of banned substances maintained by Federal Service for Narcotic Control.
 SingaporeIllegalIllegalIllegalIllegalSalvia divinorum has been made illegal to possess, consume, and sell when the umbrella category New Psychoactive Substances (NPS) were listed as Class A controlled drugs on May 1, 2014. Possession or consumption of NPS carries a punishment of up to 10 years of imprisonment, or S$20,000 fine, or both.
 SpainLegalIllegalIllegalLegalThe sale of Salvia divinorum has been illegal since February 6, 2004. The law only prohibits commerce. It does not make possession or use a crime.
 SwedenIllegalIllegalIllegalIllegalSveriges riksdags health ministry Statens folkhälsoinstitut classified Salvia divinorum and Salvinorin A as “health hazard” under the act Lagen om förbud mot vissa hälsofarliga varor (translated Act on the Prohibition of Certain Goods Dangerous to Health) as of Apr 1, 2006, in their regulation SFS 2006:167 listed as alla delar av växten Salvia divinorum från vilka salvinorin A inte blivit extraherat och oavsett under vilka benämningar de förekommer, making it illegal to sell or possess.
 SerbiaIllegalIllegalIllegalIllegalSalvia Divinorum and Salvinorin A was banned in 2015.
 ThailandLegalLegalLegalLegal
 UkraineIllegalIllegalIllegalIllegalIllegal since 2010
 United KingdomAmbiguousIllegalIllegalIllegalIn September 2001, in answer to a parliamentary question from Ann Widdecombe MP, asking the Secretary of State for the Home Office “what plans he has to review the legal status of the hallucinogen Salvia divinorum”, Bob Ainsworth, a parliamentary Under-Secretary for the UK Home Office, stated that “The Government are not aware of any evidence of significant misuse of this plant and have no current plans to review its legal status”. Following a local newspaper story in October 2005, Bassetlaw MP John Mann raised an Early Day Motion calling for Salvia divinorum to be banned in the UK (EDM796). The motion only received 11 signatures. It was later reported that John Mann had written to the Home Secretary in October 2008, urging her to take action with regard to salvia’s legal status. The same report said that the Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs had met to discuss salvia, among other substances, in April 2009, and that there would be a follow-up meeting in May. The Observer newspaper gave the content of Mann’s letter to Jacqui Smith “Sadly the issue has come to light again as our young people are using the internet and sites like YouTube to broadcast their friends taking the drug and witnessing the hallucinogenic effects. Our young people are at risk and a wider cultural attachment to this drug seems to be developing that I am sure you agree – regardless of its legal status – needs nipping in the bud.” Home Office minister, Phil Woolas, confirmed to parliament that the market in “legal highs” was now an issue for the government. When asked by an Ulster Unionist MP, Lady Hermon, whether the government intended to classify salvia as an illegal drug, Woolas said the home secretary had written to the Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs, the independent body that advises government on drugs, asking it to investigate. Woolas said the council had been asked to “provide advice to government on the availability and harms of psychoactive legal alternatives to illegal drugs, so-called ‘legal highs’, with a particular focus on protecting young people. I fully anticipate that this work will include salvia divinorum. The government’s position on its control will be informed by advisory council’s advice.” As of August 2013, Salvia divinorum and Salvinorum A remain legal to purchase, possess, sell, and use in the United Kingdom.

As of 25 May 2016, the New Psychoactive Substances Bill has an ambiguous effect on Salvia divinorum with only possession for personal use remaining unlisted in the act.

What is a Salvia divinorum experience like?

It is almost certainly not like what you expect. Even if you have considerable experience with other psychoactive drugs, you will find that salvia is significantly different from what you may have encountered before. Salvia divinorum is unique, and it is best understood on its own terms, and not by analogy with other substances. Salvia is not a recreational drug, rather, it is best used by those wishing to explore deep meditative states, spiritual realms, mysticism, the nature of consciousness and reality, or the possibilities of shamanistic healing. Experiences vary with the individual, set, and setting as well as with dose and route of administration. It produces a short-lived inebriation that is very different from that of alcohol. However, like alcohol it interferes with the ability to drive, produces incoordination (ataxia), and may produce slurred speech.

The inebriation, at low doses, can facilitate aesthetic and sensual appreciation. However, the experience is not marijuana-like, and salvia is not a marijuana substitute. At somewhat higher doses, visionary trances occur. The lowest level visions consist mainly of closed-eye imagery somewhat similar to the hypnagogic phenomena that many people experience when falling asleep. These tend to be two dimensional faint images. The term “eye candy” is an appropriate description of the interesting closed eye visuals that are not confused with reality. At this level communication with others is still easy and one can move about although clumsiness will occur. With a higher dose vivid visual images occur even with eyes open, and with eyes closed one may completely enter the visionary world, and it will seem quite real, but upon opening ones eyes one will reestablish contact with ones surroundings. Speech patterns may be interfered with and communication is difficult. At still higher doses, one remains conscious but completely enters an inner realm and loses all contact with ones actual surroundings. Some people may move around in this deep trance state and for this reason a sitter is required for anyone seeking to explore such deep levels. With very high dosage a brief period of unconsciousness or at least the inability to subsequently remember the experience will occur. It is useful to have a scale to describe salvia experiences. One such rating scale is based on the mnemonic S-A-L-V-I-A.

Maybe the scale can help me know what to expect. What’s the scale?

The scale describes six different levels of effects, each one more intense than the previous. The overall intensity of a salvia divinorum experience is scored according to the highest scale level attained during the course of the experience.

S-A-L-V-I-A Trip Rating Scale

  • S – SUBTLE effects > Level 1
    Feel a sense of relaxation and increased sensual appreciation. This mild salvia trip is great for meditation and may help with sexual pleasure.
  • A – ALTERED perception > Level 2
    Colours and textures become more vivid, your thinking becomes less logical, and your mind more playful. Enjoy a greater appreciation for sounds/music. No visions occur at this level.
  • L – LIGHT visionary state > Level 3
    Closed eye visuals (clear imagery: vision of objects and designs, pattern and colour distortions). The effects of open-eye visuals are similar to the hypnagogic phenomena that some people experience at sleep onset; objects in the room will appear to be moving, but are distinguishable from reality.
  • V – VIVID visionary state > Level 4
    Open-eyes: Complex three-dimensional realistic appearing scenes occur (e.g. having a birds eye view of a city with tiny people walking around in it).  Closed eyes: Enter a dreamlike/fantasy world where everything will feel real and indistinguishable from reality: Journey to other lands (foreign or imaginary), meet with beings (entities, spirits), time travel to other ages, live the life of another being.
  • I – IMMATERIAL existence > Level 5
    At this stage you may no longer be aware of your body (out of body experience). You will have some lucid thoughts but will have merged completely into the experience. You’ll loose complete touch with reality (where your physical body is and the room and people in it), experiences include: Merging with God/dess, tapping into your mind and/or universal consciousness, fusion with objects (merging with furniture piece)
  • A – AMNESIC effects > Level 6
    Loss of consciousness. The individual may fall, remain immobile or thrash around. This is not a desirable level, because you will not be able to recall the experience. For this reason a sitter is essential to ensure the safety of someone experiencing either Level 5 or Level 6.

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