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    Although I have not done it in years. I definitely respect it. From what I remember, it is the trippiest 45 seconds you will ever have in your life. Reminded me of acid a little bit. The effects are different for everyone. Loss of ego, hallucinations.
    I used to watch people on the YouTube doing it. Haha. Funny stuff

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    It was weird and strange but I didn't feel like there was anything beneficial there for me. Just weird.

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      #3
      I doubt I'd ever try it. My mind is so naturally fucked up anyway I'm kind of nervous to try anything.

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        #4
        I thought you said saliva......then I put my glasses .
        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Salvia_divinorum

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          same lol

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        If I put my psychonaut hat on, I'd probably rank Salvia as one of the Top 5 most interesting Psychedelics. That being said, it wouldn't crack my Top 10 favorite Psychedelics.

        The visual hallucinations are ineffable, complex and intricate, unlike anything else but the trip is disorienting, unsettling and abstract, in a way that's difficult to integrate anything from the trip back to reality.

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          #6
          It is a drug that you definitely cannot get addicted to

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            #7
            I've done salvia once, with a group of people who described it as "sort of like weed."

            wtf man, I had literally no idea going into it that it was a psychedelic, and this was before I had any experience with psychedelics. It scared the shit out of me and I thought I was going to be stuck there forever.

            I have no idea if my experience would have been different if I knew more about what it was going to do going into it, but I'm never trying it again to find out

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              #8
              Originally posted by Meliai View Post
              I've done salvia once, with a group of people who described it as "sort of like weed."

              wtf man, I had literally no idea going into it that it was a psychedelic, and this was before I had any experience with psychedelics. It scared the shit out of me and I thought I was going to be stuck there forever.

              I have no idea if my experience would have been different if I knew more about what it was going to do going into it, but I'm never trying it again to find out
              I tried Salvia after researching it on erowid and having tried Mushrooms and Acid twice, I was still pretty shook after.

              Although I've done it about 10 times, I'm not sure whether to attribute that to my preparation or affinity for psychedelics.
              Last edited by Audiogen; 08-13-2020, 03:07 AM.

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                #9
                One of the more startling impressions I got from my first Salvia trip is that I felt like I was inanimate in the dimension I went to, and I'm using the identifier 'I' very loosely here because I didn't have any sense of being human. I still had awareness but didn't have any volition in that dimension, as if it was being completely controlled by some other entity. My awareness seemed integrated with inter-dimensional gears of some sort.

                I didn't get that thorough of ego dissolution on every Salvia trip however.

                I'm probably one of the lucky few who have got to explore MDMA and Salvia in combo. Salvia seems to have a somewhat dysphoric aspect to it for many, which along with it's intensity is what probably prevents it from being addicting to most. I tried it at the end of an MDMA experience once and it was absolutely spectacular. MDMA's euphoria was more prominent than Salvia's dysphoria and both substances produce a pronounced body trip, MDMA more known for it's entactogenic rolling waves of euphoria and Salvia for "Salvia Gravity" both synergized into something completely ecstastic in a profoundly mystical way. I literally came off that trip with like the shortness of breath one might experience post orgasm.

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                  #10
                  i've done it three times, and the first two were actually a lot of fun. i was still generally aware of what was going on, i was just disconnected from it and unable to move or do really anything. i just sat there in awe of the situation for however long, and then things suddenly went back to normal.

                  the third time was scary as hell at the time, but also kind of enlightening in a way. basically i just suddenly found myself being uncontrollably pulled through the air, through holes in multiple walls of what looked like kind of like clouds, but were solid. i knew that i was dead, and i could not for the life of me remember what i had done to get myself killed. i tried fighting it by grabbing the cloud walls each time i reached one, but there was no stopping it. so before long, i just decided well, this is it, i'm done, and accepted that i was about to blink out. then i found myself face down on the floor. it was kind of good though, because it actually made dying a little less scary. since that's really it, you know that it's over and there's nothing you can do, and in a few seconds you won't know anything anyway. i had never really thought about it like that before.

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                    #11
                    it is the one drug that has made me feel i wasn't remotely ready for it or shouldn't do. maybe that is different now? i'd experiment again possibly but not yet.
                    i could not remember what i had taken. i knew i had taken a drug and that was why i was in the state i was in, but i had no idea what it was and had to ask.
                    there was a definite sense of "voices" and it reminded me all too much of my older brothers' schizophrenia. i'm struggling to recall the details of this though..
                    Salvia definitely unsettled me a great deal.

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                      Originally posted by J Ruth View Post
                      it is the one drug that has made me feel i wasn't remotely ready for it or shouldn't do. maybe that is different now? i'd experiment again possibly but not yet.
                      i could not remember what i had taken. i knew i had taken a drug and that was why i was in the state i was in, but i had no idea what it was and had to ask.
                      there was a definite sense of "voices" and it reminded me all too much of my older brothers' schizophrenia. i'm struggling to recall the details of this though..
                      Salvia definitely unsettled me a great deal.
                      It's got a very unique profile pharmacologically, I think it's generally referred to as an atypical Psychedelic or a dissociative but iirc it acts on opioid receptors. I think the only other psychedelic which bears any resemblance to it in this respect is Ibogaine.

                      Also, it's only a mild curiosity to me but apparently it's pretty fascinating from a botanical perspective. While the genus Salvia has many different types of plants grow in various places, Salvia Divinorum only grows at a specific elevation and region.

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                        #13
                        Isn't it related to sage or something?

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                          #14
                          sage

                          that sounds familiar, yeah

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                            #15
                            Originally posted by eggsprog View Post
                            Isn't it related to sage or something?
                            Originally posted by J Ruth View Post
                            sage

                            that sounds familiar, yeah
                            Salvia Divinorum's nickname is The Diviner's Sage but I searched and Sage ... Sage is a type of Salvia also.

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