http://www.azcentral.com/news/articles/0623salvia23.html Federal drug agents are so concerned about the growing use of a little-known herb with hallucinogenic qualities that they are taking steps to make it illegal, USA Today reports. The herb is salvia divinorum, a type of sage that is native to the Sierra Madre Oriental mountain range in Mexico and used by shamans there. It can alter perception and induce visions when smoked or chewed. Salvia emerged in the United States three years ago. Teenagers and young adults . . .
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