The salvia plant is gaining popularity and can now be found in many forms, such as salvinorin extract which comes in varying strengths. From Wordnik.com. [MyLinkVault Newest Links] Reference
It's part of the mint family, but resembles sage, and contains the hallucinogen salvinorin A. From Wordnik.com. [CNN Transcript Jun 24, 2003] Reference
University School of Medicine in Baltimore have taken a scientific look at salvinorin A. From Wordnik.com. [NPR Topics: News] Reference
The salvinorin A concentrates that are availabel can be very very dangerous, the safe dosages are extremly small. From Wordnik.com. [Wrong Planet Asperger / Autism Forums] Reference
The bill proposed adding Salvia divinorum and salvinorin A to Califorina's list of Schedule I controlled substances. From Wordnik.com. [Breaking News: CBS News] Reference
Siebert's research confirmed that salvinorin A, first isolated a decade before, was the plant's main psychoactive ingredient. From Wordnik.com. [Reason Magazine] Reference
Powerful forms of salvinorin extract, made from the salvia plant, can be found today in many different strengths and is very popular these days. From Wordnik.com. [MyLinkVault Newest Links] Reference
On Monday the Minnesota Senate approved a bill that would make possession of salvia or its main active ingredient, salvinorin A, a misdemeanor; selling either form of the drug would be a gross misdemeanor. From Wordnik.com. [Reason Magazine] Reference
Siebert's experiments with volunteers who tried different routes of administration revealed that swallowing salvia was the worst way to absorb salvinorin A, which is "deactivated by the gastrointestinal system.". From Wordnik.com. [Reason Magazine] Reference
64 The bill wording was amended on March 12, 2007 to include salvinorin A. From Wordnik.com. [Breaking News: CBS News] Reference
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