SALVIA
By: Josh Perez, Alexis Pina, and Darius
Jones
Salvia Plant
 Spade-shaped
 Green leaves
 Grows more than 3 feet high
 Large leaves
 Square stems
Salvia Facts
 Can be chewed or smoked
 Nick name’s: Maria Pastora, Sally-D
 Hallucinogen
 Blows out a lot of smoke
 P...
Salvia Effects
 Psychical effects:
 Vivid colors
 Shapes
 Body movement
 Cause fear and panic
 Uncontrollable laught...
Salvia History
 Native to certain areas: the Sierra
Mazaleca region of Oaxaca
 Used by Mazatec Indians for rituals and
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  1. 1. SALVIA By: Josh Perez, Alexis Pina, and Darius Jones
  2. 2. Salvia Plant  Spade-shaped  Green leaves  Grows more than 3 feet high  Large leaves  Square stems
  3. 3. Salvia Facts  Can be chewed or smoked  Nick name’s: Maria Pastora, Sally-D  Hallucinogen  Blows out a lot of smoke  People do it for fun
  4. 4. Salvia Effects  Psychical effects:  Vivid colors  Shapes  Body movement  Cause fear and panic  Uncontrollable laughter  Physical (long term) effects: loss of coordination  Dizziness  Slurred speech
  5. 5. Salvia History  Native to certain areas: the Sierra Mazaleca region of Oaxaca  Used by Mazatec Indians for rituals and healing  Salvia plants can be grown successfully outside of this region  Can be grown indoors and outdoors, especially in humid semitropical climates.

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