What are Salvia divinorum Plants?
Salvia divinorum plants are live plants that belong to the mint family and contain the psychoactive compound Salvinorin A. These plants are native to certain parts of Mexico and have been traditionally used in religious and healing ceremonies. The plants can be cultivated for their leaves, which can be smoked or chewed to produce intense hallucinogenic effects. Live salvia divinorum plants are grown in specialized greenhouses in the USA and are sold to people who want to grow their own plants or use the leaves for their psychoactive properties. However, the use of salvia divinorum is still highly controversial and largely restricted in many places due to its potent effects and potential risks.
What am I getting?
We are selling clones of diviners sage plants are clones. We only work with the best growers to make sure our plants are of the highest quality. Because we can only harvest a limited number of plants at a time, our supply is limited.
All orders are shipped with USPS priority. Just be aware that we only ship live plants once a week, on Mondays, to make sure they arrive quickly and in good health.
So, if you order a plant on a day other than Monday, it will be shipped the following Monday. This is because we don’t want the plant to sit in a warehouse over the weekend. Remember this when placing your order.
How do I take care of Salvia plant?
Taking care of a Salvia divinorum plant requires some specific steps and conditions to ensure that the plant grows healthy and produces potent leaves. Here are some general guidelines for caring for a Salvia divinorum plant:
- Light: Salvia divinorum plants require bright, indirect light. Direct sunlight can burn the leaves, so it’s best to keep them in a bright room or near a window that doesn’t receive direct sunlight.
- Temperature: Salvia divinorum plants prefer a warm, humid environment. The ideal temperature range is between 60-80°F (16-27°C).
- Watering: Salvia divinorum plants should be watered regularly, but not overwatered. The soil should be moist but not waterlogged. Water the plant when the top inch of soil feels dry to the touch.
- Soil: Salvia divinorum plants prefer well-draining soil that is rich in nutrients. Use a soil mix that is specifically designed for growing herbs or vegetables.
- Fertilizer: Salvia divinorum plants benefit from regular fertilization. Use a balanced fertilizer that is high in nitrogen to promote leaf growth.
- Pruning: Salvia divinorum plants can grow quite large, so it’s important to prune them regularly to keep them under control. Prune the plant back to the desired size, and remove any dead or damaged leaves.
Remember, growing Salvia divinorum plants may be illegal in some areas, and the use of the plant can be dangerous. Consult with a professional before attempting to grow or use Salvia divinorum.