Salvia, the holy medicine used by Shamans for eons, is one of the strongest psychedelics known to man and definitely not a party drug! 2-8 grams of dry leaves will make for a strong salvia experience that will open the curtain to a completely different reality. Available in 5 and 20-gram packages.
Yes, dear readers, psychedelics can also be consumed in tea form. In fact, drinking tea often allows users to experience less nausea at the start of their trip. Here are 9 great recipes for brewing psychedelic tea!
There are thousands of plants and animal species that in some way or another are capable of inducing altered states of consciousness. In this article, we explore 5 of the most intriguing natural psychedelics.
When taking psychedelics, hallucinations are a major part of the trip. Be more prepared for what's in store by understanding a few common forms of hallucination.
The history, discovery and classification of Salvia divinorum, also known as Sally-D, Magic Mint or Diviner's Sage, are the basis to an endless list of interesting facts and possibly fictional anecdotes, involving some of the most revered minds in the botanist community. Zativo takes a look at Salvia's backstory in the following article.
Experiences with psychedelic substances like LSD, mushrooms, magic truffles, DMT, Salvia divinorum and Ayahuasca can be physically and spiritually intense. A trip sitter is a sober and experienced person who helps the psychonauts during their spiritual experience.
Salvia divinorum can exert a mild or potent psychedelic action. According to the dosage and personal attitudes, this herb brings the user on a short trip into different dimensions and alternate realities, with little side effects.
Salvia divinorum can be a very powerful experience. A totally psychedelic and hallucinogenic experience, it is safe to take, but due to the psychoactive properties the wonderful plant has to offer, we have made a little checklist to advise you on how to have the safest, happiest trip.