Salvia
Updated: 6/13/2020
Salvia
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  • Well, first off, Salvia is a hallucinogenic drug, and Salvia looks like green plant leaves or a liquid extract.
  • Cool!
  • Hey Dad, what is Salvia?
  • Salvia is currently illegal in Canada, and it is used for medical conditions such as diarrhea, headache, joint pain, stomach bloating, etc.
  • Oh WOW!
  • Short term effects of using Salvia may include intense sensory experiences (pleasant and unpleasant), altered perception of time, increased blood pressure, dry mouth, problems with coordination, sweating, panic, paranoia, and psychosis.
  • The Salvia consumer may be laughing uncontrollably, or seeing and hearing things that don’t really exist. The consumer may also have nausea, chills, an irregular heart rate, or dizziness
  • Why would anyone want to take SALVIA!?
  • Well some people like to get high and hallucinate. One of the good things is Salvia is not usually considered addictive. However, regular use of this drug may cause it to become addictive.
  • Anytime!
  • Anyways, Thank you so much dad for teaching me about Salvia!!
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