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Debating the Legality of Salvia

November 5th, 2008 by Perry

They’re already getting ready to ban Salvia in Ohio. The Ohio House of Representatives passed a bill in April to make the herb and its active ingredient controlled substances; the bill is stalled in committee in the Ohio Senate.

Several other states (including Missouri, North Dakota, Illinois, Delaware, Kansas and Florida,) already have laws on the books considering the hallucinogenic herb a controlled substance.

From dozens of first-hand reports, I’ve heard it lasts anywhere from two minutes to a half hour and the effects range from hallucination to temporary paralysis while “peaking” under this drug’s effect.

According to opponents, “the plant’s effects range from mild relaxation and visual hallucinations to a state where users can’t move or feel pain,” said Monica Mertens, program director for the Pathway Family Center in Milford. But even though it’s been used for centuries in Native American ritual, it’s not necessarily safe for recreational use and might need further study before making heads or tails of this one.

2 Comments

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    Clarke Says:

    If you want to talk about dangerous substances, I’m not sure I’d vote salvia as one. However, if you want to compare the dangerous effects of salvia to Cannabis, hands down Salvia is the more fucked up of the two.

    From personal experience I can tell you that salvia is a strong hallucinogenic, capable of intense (but short) trips.


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