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Smoking Salvia Divinorum Effects Come On To Fast ?

October 22, 2009 // Posted in Salvia Divinorum (Tags: , , , , , , , , , ) |  No Comments

I have always felt the effect of Salvia Divinorum to come on to fast for me. I am sure others feel the same way. Once i tried the quid method I knew from that point on, that this is the preferred method.

Smoking it feels like your being blasted into outer space with no time to think about it. So fast at times you don’t realize your there already.

As you may know the Mazatec Indians of Mexico Have been using the quid method for hundreds of years. I also hear of a method where they will take fresh leaves and grind them over a screen cloth, collect the juices into a wooden bowl. After juicing the leaves they would ingest the juices as a tea.

If you have tried the quid method you would know that the juices from the leaves being in your mouth turn to dark green that when you spit it out, it looks like green leaf slime.

The taste was never that bad in my opinion. I thought that it had a slight bitter taste. Some say it is different depending on the strain that your working with.

This strain I have a cutting of now is a Blosser strain. This strain has tons of tiny white hairs all over the surface of the leaves. The strain I used to grow, aka the one i used for the quid didn’t have any or very little hairs. So I know that there is a lot of things that come into play when experimenting with the different types of strains.

You may also use dried Leaves for the quid method. You would have to take the dried leaves and hydrate them in some cool water. I would suggest using bottled water because its a lot cleaner with no chlorine.

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Salvia Divinorum Experience Quid Method Report

September 10, 2009 // Posted in Salvia Divinorum (Tags: , , , , , , , , , ) |  No Comments

I am posting this information for people interested in the effects Salvia Divinorum using the quid method.

With my curiousity running wild I happend to come across 15 pairs of Freshly picked Salvia Divinorum leaves. Most of the leaves where about medium to large in size, with a few smaller leaves as well. I ran a bit of water over them to make sure they were clean.

I then counted out about 15 leaves. I rolled the leaves till they resembled a tube. I took the roll of leaves and started to bite small amounts off and chew it up. After i had both cheeks full of leaves I decided to keep chewing ever so often while holding in the green juices.

After around 10-15 minutes I started to nnotice the effects of the leaves. It came on slow with a very nice warm feeling that over took my body. At about the 20 minute mark I shood up and walked around a bit. I noticed by walking around I felt and looked as if i were in a drunken state. I had trouble keeping my balance.

My thoughts started to race. I was thinking up a storm of ideas about things I thought about earlier in the day. I began to wonder what another quid would added to the effect.

I then began to roll up the other 15 leaves. I started chewing off small bites again. Once my mouth was full i couldn’t manage to fit another bite. I was then affraid i couldn’t hold it all in. I started chewing the leaves while my mouth felt as if it was full of the green juices from the leaves.

Around 15 minutes I started to feel like I wanted to relax and lay in bed. I tried to set up for as long as I could. After around 5-10 more minutes i decided I was where i wanted to be. I  then spit the rest of the quid outside. The spit was very green and a bit slimmy. I would try to avoid getting it on your clothes because I would imagin it would stain.

I felt as if I were in a dream or atleast a very dreamy state of mind. I felt that I could think about anything with great ease and imagin the outcome of a situation in my head before I really examined the possibility’s.

I knew that if I would of done one more quid or held the last one a while longer I might have went for full blown Spiritual Journey. I thought to myself there is always next time. This time was just a test to see how extreme the experience would get. I didnt want to use to much on the first time.

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SalviaFan

Salvia Divinorum And Deep Meditation

September 7, 2009 // Posted in Salvia Divinorum (Tags: , , , , , , , , , , ) |  No Comments

Salvia Divinorum can be useful for deep meditation. If your interested in releaving stress due to a bad job or anything in life that leaves one with a lot of stress. This is a very good practice.

I would recommend starting at a low dose and working your way up. The preferred method by most people that want to get the most out of the experience would be to chew the fresh or hydrated leaves.

If you are using dried leaves you would want to place them in some warm water for about 30-50 minutes. Leave them submerged in the water till the leaves hold a good bit of water.

After you leaves are hydrated you could shake most of the water off and add honey to make the taste a bit better.

For some people they need to add honey others don’t mind the taste. Depending on what strain of Salvia Divinorum your using the bitter taste might vary from batch to batch or strain to strain.

I would recommend leaving the leaves in your mouth while chewing them every so often for around 15-30 minutes. Depending on how intense you want the effects to be.

If a powerful effect is needed then keep taking the old leaves out and adding new ones. Hold the juices then spit them all out when the desired effects are archived

Let me know what you think
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,SalviaFan

Kratom Clone Rooting Successful

August 1, 2009 // Posted in Ethnobotanicals, Kratom (Tags: , , , , , , , , , , ) |  No Comments

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This Method Is So Easy. Here are the results you have been waiting for.

How To Take A Kratom Cutting Method Two part One

July 9, 2009 // Posted in Ethnobotanicals, Kratom, Videos (Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , ) |  No Comments

This is another method of rooting Kratom in Perlite. I added some info on where to take the cutting from the mother plant. Subscribe to my Videos to see how these cuttings turn out.

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Salvia Divinorum Plant Growing Outside

July 4, 2009 // Posted in Medicinal, Salvia Divinorum (Tags: , , , , , , , , ) |  No Comments

This is one of 2 Salvia Divinorum plants I received in the mail from a friends. She isn’t looking to good because she wasn’t growing till i put her outside. I used to have 200+ Salvia Divinorum plants before i moved to Texas. I hope this one gets bigger soon so i can start taking cuttings. Subscribe to my videos at
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Two Year Old Kratom Plant Growing Outside

July 4, 2009 // Posted in Ethnobotanicals, Kratom, Medicinal (Tags: , , , , , , , , , , ) |  No Comments

This is a video of a very nice bushy Kratom Tree. This one is of the Rifat variety. It hasn’t been outside but about a week and its growing new leaves all over the plant as well as new shoots to clone off of. I am hoping that when this tree gets bigger I will have some clones for trade or possibly sale. Please subscribe to my site for more videos and information on medicinal and shamanic plants. Thank you feel free to comment and enjoy the video. Subscribe to my videos at
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How to Handle Cops When They Pull You Over

July 3, 2009 // Posted in Videos (Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ) |  No Comments

This is one of the best videos I have seen in a long time. It is a must see for anyone that is scared of the cops or getting in trouble. This will show you how to act/handle the cops when they try to scare you.

Always act calm. Know you rights. You do not have to let them search for car or your house. Never give them consent. always be nice to them, never show emotions such as anger or attitude. Be nice and polite to them, even if they make you made. They love to make people mad. They feed on power and control. Don’t give them any power. There egotistical Power Hungry Idiots for the most part. Not all cops are like this but most of them are. I hope you enjoy the video.

You might wanna take notes. Watch this video more then once to remember everything. Here is the video enjoy.

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The Salvia Divinorum Grow Tips

June 26, 2009 // Posted in Books, Medicinal, Salvia Divinorum (Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ) |  No Comments

Growing The Sacred Salvia Divinorum

I just want my readers to know all of this information is coming from my personal experiences with growing this lovely lady Sally aka Salvia Divinorum. I will list the most important information first. Sally is not really a picky plant. It will adapt to its environment to an extent. It will not tolerate low temperatures for extended periods of time. It might recover if its down to 38-45F, however if it is left in that temperature range the top stems will turn black and the leaves will fall off. If this ever happens cut the plant back and take the potted Sally inside to a warm room. If the roots do not get damaged they will set shoots up the soil that look like baby Salvia’s, But its the same plant just recovering for dying back. Some believe that these are New strains, they will see them pot up out of the soil in there gardens and think its a new breed. I am sorry to inform the people that think this but its the same clone from the same roots.

Planting Conditions

Sally loves lots of Sun, But for the most part you want partial shade. Depending on where you live in the world the Suns light rays might be to intense for Sally. Her leaves will burn and the edges will start to brown if this is so.

I suggest to plant Sally into A garden with other plants that will help shade her from direct sun light. You will be able to trim the other plants/trees back when Sally gets big enough to shade herself somewhat. But I am not saying she can take Full Sun Light, Again this depends on where you live. If you go outside without a shirt or with any exposed skin and get A bad sun burn in only 15 minutes, then Sally will most likely not like full sun in your area.

Soil Conditions

Sally loves moist types of soil. Soil with a lot of Vermiculite, and Perlite make for a good moist soil that will not dry out as quick. You want to make sure the soil is moist yes but you don’t want to let it get water logged. Salvia can tolerate a lot of water but not water that is still. In other words if you plant Sally at the edge of a small steam with running water, She will grow great. But you do not want to plant her in a pond or anything with still water. Running water is the key, Helps to provider more oxygen to Sally as well as fresh nutrients that flow down the stream out of other soils.

Plant Food And Fertilizers

I would suggest the oh so popular miracle grow because its always available and its cheap. This will be able to feed your Sally very well.
She really like to have her miracle grow about once a week. If its later in the year or winter do not give her miracle grow but once a month if that. Although miracle grow is not really needed but once or twice in the winter because Salvia will be in a dormant stage, meaning she has stopped growing or shes growing very slowly. But while summer is still here, feed her once a week.

Watering

I mentioned most of the info on this subject but i will add this. Sally
loves to be watered as much as her can, however as long as the soil drains well. You can have a small Sally in a small pot with a plastic cup or similar item under the pot to catch the extra water that come out of the bottom. When the cup is full you can reuse the water for about 2 days. I would highly recommend if using this method to change the water every 2 days, because they water may get moldy or contaminated with some types of fungus including the oh so dreaded green mold.

Singing To Your Plants

I know this may sound dumb to most people but plants do love music and sounds. When plants are outdoors they hear birds singing and wind howling. I think this may play a roll in the growth of plants. I read online a lot of people are doing test with leaving there radio’s on in one room with plants and another room with silence. The plants with music tend to grow faster and look healthier. Now they are testing types of music. Classical and Metal seem to do well for some reason.

If i was to leave a radio on for my plants, I would go with classical.
Just because a lot of metal is angry and filled with hatred. Show Sally Love with nice clean music that promotes happy thoughts and feelings.

Method Of Taking Cuttings
Sally is a very forgiving plant. There are many ways to help her set her roots. When I first started really getting into plants. I had one Salvia Divinorum Plant. After about 5 months I had around 200 cuttings. There are keys tricks you have to do in order to produce lots of cuttings in shorter time periods

You start with one big health mother plants. You can use a sharp knife or raver blade your choice. You need to make sure the blade is very clean. You can use rubbing alcohol or really hot water to sterilize the knife. When you make your cut you want to do it at about a 45 degree angle. that seems to give more surface area promoting new roots.
You can then take the cutting and place it into a small glass with about a inch of water at the bottom. You need to change the water ever 1-2 days. The reason for this is old water will rot Sally’s Stem.
You can also use a fish tank Bubbler which helps 100% in promoting root growth.

Cloning Method Two
This method is really easy as well. Get a nice new pot with fresh moist soil. After you take your cutting rince the leaves and stem with running water. Then take a pen and make a hole in the soil, place sally in the hole. Very lightly push the soil together so that sally is in there good.

Other Cloning Tips

There is one more thing to promote roots and new growth. Take your raver or knife and cut the first or second leaf tip off your sally.You only want to take about half off. That way Sally will try to grow new leaves, And she cant do that till there is a strong root system.
Don’t get my wrong sally can grow leaves even if she doesn’t have roots but they are not gonna grow fast till the roots are set.

Stocking up on Cuttings The fast way
You start with one mother plant. Take as many cuttings as you can. Once they have good roots plant them in a big pot. You never want them to get root bound, This will stunt the growth rate. About every week repot them, then feed them. After about 3-4 months you should have 10-20 new mother plants. That is if you gave them lots of light and food. Now you should be on your way to taking tons of cuttings. However you could use this method again and take 50 or so more cuttings for mother plants only not for sale or give away.

With this method you should be able to make hundreds of plants.
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