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Hi students, my name is Peter Addy. I'm from Yale University. I'm here to talk about Salvia. Salvia is probably one of the most intense drugs you can take. It is my goal to let you know why you should never take this addicting drug.
What is Salvia exactly?
Good question, Salvia is a plant-based herb found in the mint family. When a person hallucinates from the drug it is because of the main ingredient which is Salvinorin A. A person will gradually hallucinate, though they don't last long they can be very traumatizing.
So, are there other names for Salvia that people call them and how is Salvia consumed?
If suffering from Salvia addiction call 1-800-821-HELP .
Good question! Yes! Other names for the herb are "magic mint","seer's sage" and "Maria pastora." Salvia is consumed in various ways. One way is to chew on the leaves producing a light but long lasting effect. The most common way to Salvia is smoked is when the salvinorin A concentrated into several pieces. But others might use a butane torch. Always remember Salvia carries the most effects but also short lived effects.
I took a study of 30 participants who smoke Salvia, When you smoke Salvia it's like flipping a switch-everything is normal, and then immediately everything is different. Salvia causes a person to be more unaware of their surroundings. 60% of people felt disoriented and 9 out of the 30 people said they were completely unaware of their surroundings.
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