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Discover Salvia Divinorum at Novus Fumus - The Powerful Plant for Hallucinogenic Experiences

Discover the powerful world of Salvia divinorum at Novus Fumus. Explore our selection of dried leaves and extracts. Experience the unique hallucinogenic effects of this legal plant. Safety and responsible use are paramount. Order now at Novus F

Meet Salvia divinorum, an extraordinary plant known for being the most potent plant hallucinogen in the world. This plant contains salvinorin A, the active compound responsible for its intense effects (1). Even a dose of 200 to 500 micrograms comes close to the dose of LSD, the effects of which are noticeable from just 30 micrograms (1 microgram equals 0.000001 gram).

Salvia divinorum belongs to the genus Salvia, a large group of 700 to 900 species within the Lamiaceae family (mint family). It is the only plant in this genus to contain salvinorin A.

In the original habitat of southern Mexico, in the Sierra Mazateca, this plant grows with soft green leaves, but under specific circumstances Salvia divinorum can also be grown in the Netherlands.

Maztecs, an indigenous people group, traditionally chew Salvia leaves. The leaves are held in the mouth for about 10 minutes without swallowing the juice. The active substances are absorbed through the oral mucosa, causing mild effects that last about an hour.

For Salvia enthusiasts, smartshops offer dried Salvia leaves as well as more potent extracts. The extracts vary in strength from 5x to as much as 100x.

Salvia divinorum has several uses. In the Sierra Mazateca it is used by medicine men and women in religious rituals and as a medicine for ailments such as diarrhoea, headaches and rheumatism. Nowadays, Salvia is mainly used for the psychedelic intoxication it can cause.

Salvia Smoking

Most users smoke the dried leaves in a pipe, causing brief but very intense hallucinations. The effects come on within seconds, reach their peak after 5 to 10 minutes and disappear soon after. After about an hour, the user is completely sober again.

Smoking Salvia leaves can produce several effects, including derealization and loss of identity, feeling of being an object, out-of-body experiences, overlapping realities, slowing of time perception, uncontrollable laughter, feeling of bodily distortion through different forces, visual effects on two-dimensional surfaces, speaking an unintelligible 'gibberish' and reliving places from the past, especially childhood.

These experiences are often described as bizarre and not necessarily pleasant. This can be explained by the fact that salvinorin A also acts on the kappa opiate receptors, the activation of which is often experienced as unpleasant.

Salvia Chewing

When chewed, the effects are milder and come on after 5 to 10 minutes, with a duration of about an hour.

It is important to note that the Maztec medicine men and women never smoke Salvia, as they consider it disrespectful to the plant. They indicate that smoking Salvia can cause very overwhelming experiences as the plant feels disrespected.

Risks are associated with using Salvia. Unlike other hallucinogenic drugs, a trip with Salvia can be very intense, with a dissociative state occurring. This can be overwhelming and terrifying. Many users report that during the trip they no longer knew they had used Salvia.

There are known cases where users run away or want to climb out of something, such as a window, posing a risk of serious injury. It is essential that a sober trip sitter is always present to guide the user through the experience.

At this time, there are no known physical risks associated with Salvia use, but research on its use is limited. Exercising under the influence of Salvia is risky, because coordination is greatly reduced and this can lead to falls (1). As with all hallucinogenic drugs, there is also a risk of a negative trip.

Salvia is not addictive

Salvia is not known to be physically or mentally addictive. The intense experiences act as a brake on frequent use. However, animal studies have shown that Salvia increases the release of dopamine in the reward system, suggesting that addiction cannot be completely ruled out.

To limit the risks, it is important that a sober person is always present to keep an eye on the user. In addition, the trip must take place in a pleasant and safe environment, in which dangerous objects such as candles, open windows or doors and sharp objects are absent.

It appears that the intensity of Salvia experiences is enhanced by smoking it, while chewing may limit these effects. Nevertheless, running or climbing can still occur, making a tripsitter essential.

The good news is that Salvia is legal and available in smart shops. At Novus Fumus you can discover Salvia Divinorum and explore a wide range of products that meet your needs.

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          Discover Salvia Divinorum at Novus Fumus - The Powerful Plant for Hallucinogenic Experiences

          Meet Salvia divinorum, an extraordinary plant known for being the most potent plant hallucinogen in the world. This plant contains salvinorin A, the active compound responsible for its intense effects (1). Even a dose of 200 to 500 micrograms comes close to the dose of LSD, the effects of which are noticeable from just 30 micrograms (1 microgram equals 0.000001 gram).

          Salvia divinorum belongs to the genus Salvia, a large group of 700 to 900 species within the Lamiaceae family (mint family). It is the only plant in this genus to contain salvinorin A.

          In the original habitat of southern Mexico, in the Sierra Mazateca, this plant grows with soft green leaves, but under specific circumstances Salvia divinorum can also be grown in the Netherlands.

          Maztecs, an indigenous people group, traditionally chew Salvia leaves. The leaves are held in the mouth for about 10 minutes without swallowing the juice. The active substances are absorbed through the oral mucosa, causing mild effects that last about an hour.

          For Salvia enthusiasts, smartshops offer dried Salvia leaves as well as more potent extracts. The extracts vary in strength from 5x to as much as 100x.

          Salvia divinorum has several uses. In the Sierra Mazateca it is used by medicine men and women in religious rituals and as a medicine for ailments such as diarrhoea, headaches and rheumatism. Nowadays, Salvia is mainly used for the psychedelic intoxication it can cause.

          Salvia Smoking

          Most users smoke the dried leaves in a pipe, causing brief but very intense hallucinations. The effects come on within seconds, reach their peak after 5 to 10 minutes and disappear soon after. After about an hour, the user is completely sober again.

          Smoking Salvia leaves can produce several effects, including derealization and loss of identity, feeling of being an object, out-of-body experiences, overlapping realities, slowing of time perception, uncontrollable laughter, feeling of bodily distortion through different forces, visual effects on two-dimensional surfaces, speaking an unintelligible 'gibberish' and reliving places from the past, especially childhood.

          These experiences are often described as bizarre and not necessarily pleasant. This can be explained by the fact that salvinorin A also acts on the kappa opiate receptors, the activation of which is often experienced as unpleasant.

          Salvia Chewing

          When chewed, the effects are milder and come on after 5 to 10 minutes, with a duration of about an hour.

          It is important to note that the Maztec medicine men and women never smoke Salvia, as they consider it disrespectful to the plant. They indicate that smoking Salvia can cause very overwhelming experiences as the plant feels disrespected.

          Risks are associated with using Salvia. Unlike other hallucinogenic drugs, a trip with Salvia can be very intense, with a dissociative state occurring. This can be overwhelming and terrifying. Many users report that during the trip they no longer knew they had used Salvia.

          There are known cases where users run away or want to climb out of something, such as a window, posing a risk of serious injury. It is essential that a sober trip sitter is always present to guide the user through the experience.

          At this time, there are no known physical risks associated with Salvia use, but research on its use is limited. Exercising under the influence of Salvia is risky, because coordination is greatly reduced and this can lead to falls (1). As with all hallucinogenic drugs, there is also a risk of a negative trip.

          Salvia is not addictive

          Salvia is not known to be physically or mentally addictive. The intense experiences act as a brake on frequent use. However, animal studies have shown that Salvia increases the release of dopamine in the reward system, suggesting that addiction cannot be completely ruled out.

          To limit the risks, it is important that a sober person is always present to keep an eye on the user. In addition, the trip must take place in a pleasant and safe environment, in which dangerous objects such as candles, open windows or doors and sharp objects are absent.

          It appears that the intensity of Salvia experiences is enhanced by smoking it, while chewing may limit these effects. Nevertheless, running or climbing can still occur, making a tripsitter essential.

          The good news is that Salvia is legal and available in smart shops. At Novus Fumus you can discover Salvia Divinorum and explore a wide range of products that meet your needs.