Online drugs: a closer look

Here's a closer look at psychoactive substances for sale online, from mushrooms, tinctures, and teas to smokes, powders, and seeds.

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<h2>Salvia Divinorum (15X)</h2> <br> <b>Substance:</b> Salvia (from Salvia divinorum) <br> <b>Street name:</b> Magic Mint, Diviner's Sage, Sally-D<br> <b>Purchased as:</b> Trip Pack Salvia 15x</br> <b>Price:</b> <a href="" target="_blank">US$55 for 1 gram</a><br> <b>Purchased from:</b> <a href="" target="_blank"></a><br> What it is: Salvia divinorum is a psychoactive species in the genus Salvia. It is a member of the mint family and is native to southern Mexico. Historically, several Native American cultures have used the plant's leaves, which contain the psychoactive ingredient salvinorin, as a hallucinogen by smoking them during rituals. <br> <b>Method of consumption:</b> Smoked <br> <b>Effects:</b> Depending on the potency of the particular sample, salvia delivers a fast-acting hallucinogenic experience for approximately 10 to 15 minutes. <br> <b>Warnings:</b> A disclaimer notice at the site states that its products are "not intended for human consumption." The product ships with a label stating "for incense use only." John Qaqundah, a practicing hospital pharmacist and assistant clinical professor with the School of Pharmacy at the University of California-San Francisco, says that use of salvia can produce temporary sensory or perceptual impairment, potentially increasing the user's risk of falling over or otherwise incurring injury.

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