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Salvia Divinorum – Whole Leaves from Oaxaca Mexico

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Salvia Divinorum - Whole Leaves from Oaxaca Mexico  17,25 171,25 Incl. VAT
 

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Introducing Salvia Divinorum Whole Leaves from Oaxaca, Mexico!

Salvia divinorum, a member of the mint family (Lamiaceae), is a psychoactive plant indigenous to the cloud forests of the Sierra Mazateca region in Oaxaca, Mexico.

Revered by indigenous cultures for centuries, Salvia divinorum holds a sacred place in traditional Mazatec shamanic practices, where it is known as “ska María Pastora” or “the leaves of the Shepherdess.”

Botanically, Salvia divinorum is characterized by its large, green, heart-shaped leaves and white-to-violet flowers that bloom sporadically throughout the year. It is a perennial herbaceous plant that thrives in the shaded, humid conditions of its native habitat.

In traditional Mazatec culture, Salvia divinorum is revered for its psychoactive properties and is used in ceremonial and spiritual contexts by shamans and healers.

The plant is typically consumed by chewing the fresh leaves or by brewing them into a potent infusion. The Mazatec people believe that Salvia divinorum facilitates communication with the spirit world, aiding in divination, healing, and spiritual growth.

The psychoactive compound responsible for Salvia divinorum’s effects is salvinorin A, a potent κ-opioid receptor agonist. When ingested, salvinorin A induces intense but short-lived psychedelic experiences characterized by vivid hallucinations, alterations in perception, and dissociation from reality.

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