Salvia Divinorum Question

Discussion in 'Hippies' started by BaileyH1470, Jun 5, 2006.

  1. BaileyH1470

    BaileyH1470 Member

    I bought a plant from KMart called salvia but it doesn't look exactly like the salvia divinorum plants I've seen pictures of. It has red blooms on it. Can divinorum be extracted from this plant or does anyone know?
     
  2. mellow

    mellow Eased

    Does it have blooms like this?
    http://www.plante.as.ro/img/gradina/salvia splendens - salvia de gradina.jpg

    If so you probably picked up a salvia splendens plant, although this species of salvia is rumoured to be psychoactive, conclusions have not been drawn at this time.
    See this article.
    http://www.sagewisdom.org/splendens.html

    On a side note salvia divinorum is the hallucionogenic plant that is now used quite commonly, its psychoactive chemicals are salvinorin A and salvinorin B. Divinorum is the species of salvia, not the chemical you extract.
     
  3. rayne_lyric

    rayne_lyric Member

    Salvis is also the scientific name for just everyday normal sage. I have actually looked for salvia divinorum around here, but they don't sell it that I have found. The only salvia I found in kmart/lowes/etc is common sage. I don't know if it has any psychoactive properties... My guess would be no. But then again, they sell catnip plants which DO have psychoactive properties, but I don't know if common sage would or not.
     
  4. stebo32

    stebo32 amanita monster

    hahaha yea... usually salvia div. wont be found at those kinda places, there were salvia plants near my school , i picked up a huge ammount of leaves and chewed em all during a lunchbreak once... and from that day i realised "dang, its not divinorum :(" :)
     
  5. BaileyH1470

    BaileyH1470 Member

    thanks for your help guys
     
  6. drumminmama

    drumminmama Super Moderator Staff Member Super Moderator

    you have pineapple sage, most likely.
    a nice plant that is fairly sturdy
     

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