Your Questions About: Legal Pot Substitute

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Mark asks…

Why do people misunderstand Salvia?

Salvia divinorum is an extraordinary visionary herb. It is not a recreational drug. It produces a profoundly introspective state of awareness that is useful for meditation, contemplation, and self-reflection. Its effects are unique and cannot be compared with the effects of other drugs. The effects of Salvia do not appeal to many people (young or old). The people who are most drawn to it are both mature and philosophically minded. Beware of inaccurate information. There are many unethical vendors who try to lure naive customers by portraying the effects of Salvia as more appealing than they are. The news media often sensationalizes stories about Salvia, exaggerating its effects, risks, and popularity. Much of what has appeared in the popular press is inaccurate and misleading. Salvia is not “legal pot.” It is not “legal acid.” It is not a substitute for any other drug. Before trying Salvia, it is important that you know about its effects, appropriate uses, and the potential risks associated with irresponsible use.

Do NOT use Salvia until you have read through this guide. Salvia is unique. You cannot make assumptions about its effects based on experiences you may have had with other herbs or drugs. Salvia has much to offer: fascinating psychoactive effects, sensual enhancement, magical journeys, enchantment, apparent time travel, philosophical insights, spiritual experiences, and perhaps even healing and divination. It should not be used casually. It should always be used in a thoughtful, intelligent manner, and only by responsible adults that are of sound mind and clear intent.

Why do people not read this guide. Because of it’s overuse intended for recreation it is now illegal in most states, including minnesota now just over a month ago. I was waiting until i was spiritually ready, but now it seems as if it is hopeless, and now my goal to be more at one with the universe has fallen.

What is everyone else’s view on this matter?

Potter answers:

Drugs sometimes have benefits, hard drugs have more negatives than benefits. I tried Saliva once and hated it because it made me feel dysphoria. I think drugs such as these need to be studied and if found harmless enough should be allowed to be given for medical or spiritual purposes. Some drugs open your mind up which is why i believe the church attacks it’s use.

I have used many prescription medications which have not helped enough in my mental illness, if i ever find something that helps and doesn’t have all of the major side effects as prescription drugs i’ll use it. Prescription drugs cost more, aren’t tested enough, are posion and destroy your kidneys, cause more deaths than all of the illegal drugs combined, and in scome cases certain ones can even cause fatal side effects.

I saw my sister almost die because they gave her some experimental drug to get rid of her extreme vomiting and nasuea. She had a fatal reaction and almost died, many people that were older that took this same drug did die. Could she have simply been given marijuiana to cure this? We’ll never know, instead she suffered for weeks wiht pain, vomiting, and starvation.

Don’t believe what the mass media tells you about anything, research for yourself from Scientific and medical studies.

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