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Salvia divinorum is a plant native to Mexico.  It is generally smoked but can also be chewed or made into a tea and drunk.  It’s nicknames are Sally-D, Magic Mint and Diviner’s Sage.  Users experience an out-of-body sense of traveling through time and space or merging with inanimate objects.  Unlike other hallucinogens, the effects last only for an hour generally.  an ounce casts $30 on the Internet.

Lawmakers are targeting the inexpensive and easy-to-obtain plant due to fears it will be the next marijuana.  Eight states already have restrictions; 16 others are considering a ban.  Florida wants to make possession a felony punishable by up to 5 years in prison.

Miss NJ:  We do not condone drug use on this site.  Drugs are bad, just say no.  Now that the disclamer’s out the way…  This is an interesting drug here.  Even more interesting is the fear that it may become the next marijuana.  That tells me, it already is.  It’s still legal on the Internet, so those who either indulge or are experimental, have fun.


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