Salvia Divinorum – Medicine Or Poison?

As 2012 is approaching so is all of the doomsday talk. Doomsday Cult supporters state the government is attempting to ban salvia divinorum to avoid men and women from “seeing.” They go on saying that this’s an immediate violation of the religious right of theirs.

Researchers, herbalists, mental health experts, and especially addicts are showing interest in a Mexican sacramental herb that contains an anti addictive pain killer which can possibly get individuals off other addicting substances. Salvia Divinorum references show how the herb is able to address alcohol, amphetamine addiction, tobacco and nicotine, morphine, opiate heroin and cocaine.

Salvinorin A will be the very first known naturally-occurring non-nitrogenous full kappa-opioid receptor agonist, as well as it is the only diterpenoid compound recognized to have activity at this critical receptor. This has recently opened up enormous new areas for investigation in diterpenoid pharmacology and it represents a possible molecular target for the improvement of herbs for treating conditions characterized by alterations in perception, including schizophrenia, Alzheimer’s bipolar disorder and philly kratom (you can try this out) disease.

At exactly the same time some States are trying to ban Salvia. Most are failing in the attempts of theirs due to the lack of help from the voters.

Researchers are considering therapeutic uses for Using Salvia Divinorum in dealing with a wide variety of psychological and medical problems to include:


Drug Addictions






Continual Pain



And many others

The therapeutic future is promising for Salvia Divinorum as well as all those who are suffering provided that government allows the scientific researchers do the work of theirs. Thus far the Federal government has not shown any interest in criminalizing the plant.


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